Scatter Armor Ablation Drape
The Peripheral Shield is used on peripheral procedures where the access is through the femoral artery. A common peripheral procedure is a run-off where a contrast dye is injected. The test is often done on the left leg, so the Peripheral Shield is placed along the right leg to protect the physician from scatter radiation.
- 18.5″ x 20″ Shield Size
- < 0.25mm LE Protection
- < 92% at 90 KVp
How it Works
Sterile Scatter Armor Shields are placed on top of the patient drape to block scatter radiation at the source, creating a scatter-free zone, reducing harmful radiation exposure to the doctor or clinician.
One Time Use
Scatter Armor Shields are lead-free and disposable.
Packaged individually in sterile packets.
Scatter Armor Shields easily mold to the patient’s body for ease of use and maximum protection