Left Radial System

Radux Devices created the Left Radial System to address the common ergonomic and workflow challenges associated with Left Radial and Ulnar Vascular Access. Combining the benefits of StandTall™, an external vascular sheath extender, with LASS, a body positioning set, creates a Left Radial System that improves vascular access, site stability and reproducibility, while maximizing comfort for both the physician and the patient.


Take Advantage of the Left Radial System

StandTall Vascular Sheath Extender Device with Securement Clasp


Stay radial and stand tall

StandTall™ is an external vascular sheath extender designed to overcome the ergonomic limitations of challenging access-site procedures. The measurable advantages of this device provide the physician with a more comfortable posture, thereby reducing musculoskeletal stress and fatigue.

In addition, StandTall™ simultaneously decreases radiation exposure, and creates a more stable workflow environment. StandTall’s™ inner diameter measures 8.3 Fr and comes in 10 cm, 15 cm and 25 cm lengths to match individual patient anatomy and your preferred catheter system.


Improve access and stability

LASS is an easy to use, easy to clean and reusable body positioning set. A two-stage product, LASS sets up in less than a minute, and functions both as a left arm board and left arm support for superior stability and arm pronation for patients of all sizes.

Each LASS comes with 4 parts: a base board, an arm board, a large foam insert, and a small foam insert. When using LASS, select either the large or the small foam insert based on best fit for individual patient anatomy.

Patient Benefits

  • Supports pronated arm position for superior comfort

  • Facilitates faster reperfusion and recovery time

  • Allows for nondominant left hand to be accessed for cases (>90% of population is right-handed)

  • Improves patient satisfaction metrics

Provider Benefits

  • Reduces musculoskeletal stress and fatigue

  • Redirects workflow to work on right side of table

  • Increases vascular site access and stability

  • Improves patient management and reproducibility

Hospital Benefits

  • Reduces patient complications

  • Reduces costs vs. femoral procedures

  • Reduces post-operative patient management

  • Reduces physician work-related absences due to musculoskeletal stress injuries

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