Radiaction Retrospective: One year since receiving FDA clearance, what’s next?
It’s been a year since Radiaction Medical received FDA clearance for its innovative scatter radiation-blocking technology, bringing a new level of protection and convenience to the people caring for patients in American cardiology labs and electrophysiology settings worldwide. This achievement kicked off a productive year for the company and a busy one for the growing …
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Cassling Partners with Radiaction Medical to Help Protect Interventional Teams from Scatter Radiation
The new partnership is set to expand availability of a revolutionary new technology Omaha, Neb.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Cassling announced today it is a new strategic sales agent in various geographic territories across the United States for Radiaction Medical, the makers of a novel, FDA-cleared advanced radiation blocking technology. The Radiaction system is the first and only advanced …
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Clinical Success Specialist – U.S.
Full Time Remote The Clinical Success Specialist, U.S., plays a key role for Radiaction Medical as we embark on our U.S. system installation, commercialization, and customer success. This role will be responsible for a host of activities with our HCP customers, including: onboarding, training, and educating physicians and staff of the product on-site during first …
Shifting the Paradigm for Healthcare Workers’ Protection
Renewed attention has focused on the occupational health hazards posed by working in the fluoroscopic laboratory. Accumulated occupational radiation exposure is associated with health risks to physicians, nurses, and technologists working in this environment.
Recommendations for Occupational Radiation Protection in Interventional Cardiology
The radiation dose received by cardiologists during percutaneous coronary interventions, electrophysiology procedures, and other interventional cardiology procedures can vary by more than an order of magnitude for the same type of procedure and for similar patient doses.
Radiation Safety Program for the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory
A successful Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory radiation safety program must manage patient and staff safety by reducing exposure to ionizing radiation to a level that is as low as reasonably achievable (ALARA).