Block Radiation at the Source

Full body scatter radiation protection for the entire healthcare team.

Meet Us at SCAI Scientific Sessions in California!

Join us at booth #1045 during the SCAI Scientific Sessions in Long Beach, California, from May 2nd to 4th, 2024. Come and learn about the revolutionary Radiaction system, which is the first automated technology to block scatter radiation at the source, providing head-to-toe protection to the entire interventional team.

CME BREAKFAST PROGRAM: Occupational Health & Safety in the Cath Lab — The Time for Change Is Now
Thursday, May 2, 2024
6:50 AM - 8:00 AM

Radiaction is a simple yet sophisticated technology that attaches to the C-arm and deploys at the touch of a button, seamlessly integrating into any workflow for all cath lab procedures and allowing immediate patient access.

  • Quick pre-procedure device prep
  • One-button deployment and retraction
  • Zero effect on C-arm performance and maneuverability

Don’t accept the risks of radiation exposure—block over 90% of scatter radiation and get the comprehensive protection you and your team deserve.

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System Features
Radiation Blocking

Radiation Blocking at the Source

Staff Protection

Protection for the Entire Staff

Full Body

Full Body Head-To-Toe Protection

Patient Access

Allows Immediate Patient Access

Rapid Deployment

Rapid Deployment and Retraction (2-3 seconds)


Accessory to C-arm. Works in Any C-arm Angulation For All Cath Lab Procedures

Trusted in Clinical Settings

Dr. Ashish Bhatia | Electrophysiologist

"Prior to Radiaction, I was speaking to my facility about decreasing my procedure hours due to my concerns with radiation exposure, now I feel great comfort having the system in my EP lab, and I never want to perform procedures without it…the blue light indicating the system is deployed gives me great comfort."

Assuta Ashdod University MC

Prof. Avishag Laish-Farkash | Head of Electrophysiology

“Protecting myself and my team from scatter radiation is a top priority. Performing long ablation procedures and increased procedure volume exposes electrophysiologists to a high level of accumulated radiation, which becomes a real concern.”

Assuta Ashdod University Medical Center

Prof. Eli Lev. | Director Cardiology Department

“Our staff is exposed to a significant amount of scatter radiation, and our aim is to try and decrease and reduce radiation as much as we can….I have to say the system is very easy to deploy and operate. It incorporates very well with the flow of the coronary cath and EP arena. We have seen with our experience that it reduces radiation by over 90 percent, a very significant amount of radiation reduction.”

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