SORBX Radiation Protection

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THE PREFERRED SOLUTION TO RADIATION PROTECTION
Preferred Medical Products offers a wide variety of radiation protection for physicians and clinicians. With
Interventional procedures producing extremely harmful scatter, proper protection is a must. Sorbx® used in
conjunction with standard radiation protection gives you the best line of defense.

Aprons are a great start to protecting your biggest asset “YOU”, but you can’t stop there. We have learned there are better methods of protection. You can use glasses and thyroid collars and even lead gloves with your aprons, but what about your unprotected areas? With Sorbx® you are reducing the exposure to the protected areas and also providing your only line of defense to the unprotected areas. Have you ever thought of how you’re protecting your head?

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Description

Available without fenestration or with fenestration.

Without Fenestration
These shields are designed with an overall dimension of 12” x 16.5” and do not have a fenestration punch area. These shields are made without fenestrations for greater precision when directing the radiation beam.

The Multi-Purpose Shields are designed for use in biopsy and biliary procedures. These procedures include shunt procedures, biliary drainage procedures, spinal procedures, stents, and diagnostic procedures. These shields can be
used anywhere on the body depending on the entry point.

With Fenestration
The shields with fenestration are designed with an overall dimension of 12” x 16.5” and have a 3.5” x 2” rectangular fenestration area. The SorbX® protection area is 12” x 15.5”. These shields are designed for use in various biopsy and nephrostomy (kidney) procedures. These shields can be used anywhere on the body depending on the entry point.

The SorbX® Dialysis Drape has two layers of radiation protection with an overall dimension of 38.5” x 36”. It is designed with a 4.5” x 9” rectangular fenestration area for needle or catheter access and includes a 23” x 32” absorbent area. Velcro strips containing SorbX® are included allowing the doctor to reposition them based on the angle of the image they are taking.

The Dialysis Drape is used on dialysis access and de-clotting procedures. The access point is the underside of the forearm and the needle or catheter is placed into the fistula to remove blood clots.