Radianz Radial Peripheral System

Radial Specific Design. Patient Focused Benefits.

Representing a best-in-class radial offering from Cordis, the Radianz Radial Peripheral System™ is purposely engineered to deliver exceptional outcomes and a high level of patient satisfaction with products optimized for radial access and treatment–including the first and only stent indicated for iliac lesions.

Advancing Radial. Taking peripheral to new places.

As radial access is adopted and more readily available across the world, Cordis is dedicated to providing physicians with the products they need to help more patients. Introducing Radianz Radial Peripheral System with BRITE TIP RADIANZ™ Guiding Sheath, SABERX RADIANZ™ Dilatation Catheter, and S.M.A.R.T. RADIANZ™ Vascular Stent System. By combining our radial specific design with our established legacy products, the Cordis Radianz Radial Peripheral System is engineered to to drive patient satisfaction, increase efficiencies, lower complications, reduce the total cost of care and enhance quality of life post procedure.

Drive patient satisfaction. Deliver better outcomes.

While traditional femoral access remains prevalent in managing peripheral arterial disease, radial access has numerous proven clinical benefits:

Fewer complications.

Radial access reduced major bleeding by 73% compared to femoral access, and resulted in an 85% reduction in access site complications.1

Increased efficiency.

Adoption of radial access may improve procedural efficiencies compared to femoral access, including improve recovery room patient turnover with +95% reduction in time to ambulation from 2–4 hours to minutes.3-5

Reduced total cost of care.

A systematic review of 14 randomized controlled trials found radial access lowered hospital costs by reducing hemostasis time by 13 minutes, decreasing major complications, major bleeding, and hematoma. Radial access saved $1,116 per procedure in duration-of-stay costs compared to femoral access.6-7

Patient Satisfaction.

80% of patients who underwent both access methods strongly preferred radial access.2

1. Cooper CJ, El-Shiekh RA, Cohen DJ, et al. E  ect of transradial access on quality of life and cost of cardiac catheterization: A randomized comparison. Am Heart J. 1999 Sep;138(3 Pt 1):430-6.

2. Kok MM, Weernink MGM, von Birgelen C, Fens A, van der Heijden LC, van Til JA. Patient Preference for Radial versus Femoral Vascular Access for Elective Coronary Procedures: The PREVAS Study. Catheter. Cardiovasc. Interv. 2018;91(1):17–24.

3. Basu D, Singh PM, Tiwari A, Goudra B. Meta-analysis comparing radial versus femoral approach in patients 75 years and older undergoing percutaneous coronary procedures. Indian Heart Journal. 2017;69(5):580-588.

4. Jolly SS, Amlani S, Hamon M, Yusuf S, Mehta SR. Radial versus femoral access for coronary angiography or intervention and the impact on major bleeding and ischemic events: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized trials. Am Heart J. 2009;157(1): 132-40.

5. Kern MJ. Radial Access in Practice. Tips for starting a successful program. Cardiac Interventions Today. September/October 2015.

6. Mitchell MD, Hong JA, Lee BY, et al. Systematic Review and Cost–Benefi t Analysis of Radial Artery Access for Coronary Angiography and Intervention. Circ Cardiovasc Qual Outcomes. 2012;5:454-462.

7. Ansaarie I, Goldfaden RF, Hardy J, et al. A Retrospective Cohort Study to Evaluate the E  cacy, Safety, and Cost of MáLEI via Transradial vs Transfemoral Peripheral Revascularizations. Vascular Disease Management. 2021.

Products with legacy. Procedures with potential.

The only radial peripheral system purposely engineered to deliver exceptional outcomes and a high level of patient satisfaction with tools optimized for radial treatment–including the first and only stent indicated for iliac lesions.

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The first multi-segmented thin-walled guiding sheath specifically designed to optimize lower-extremity lesion access–all from a radial approach.

SABERX RADIANZ PTA Dilatation Catheter

The most clinically comprehensive radial peripheral PTA size matrix that facilitates broader treatment of lesions and delivers exceptional performance.

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S.M.A.R.T. RADIANZ Stent System

The first and only stent indicated to treat iliac lesions. Purposely engineered to treat SFA and proximal popliteal lesions - all from a radial approach.

Radianz Radial Peripheral System

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Advancing Radial Solutions

From access to intervene and closure, Cordis has the products you need for all of your radial peripheral cases - keeping the mixing and matching to a minimum.

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In the United States, email us your question or order, or call us at 800.327.7714.