A Vial Grip is used to augment radiation safety across compounding processes such as heat block and boiling as well as during visual inspection and assay.
Offered by Sirona Complete Care, the Vial Grip is another indispensable tool employed for advanced molecular imaging techniques using radiopharmaceuticals for diagnosis and therapy.
At its core, the specialty of theranostics uses radiopharmaceuticals to both diagnose and treat various oncology and cardiovascular diseases, as well as neurological and immunological disorders.
While still an emerging medical field, the theranostics market is expected to have a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.2% from 2022 through 2027.
Sirona has Vial Grips available that protect the setum and preserve the aseptic environment. The Vial Grip blocks indirect contact, prevents heat transfer to shielding elements, and reduces the need for forceps during compounding and manipulations for quality assurance.
Enhances shielding during heat block/boiling process (e.g. Dotatate, Tc-MIBI, Tc-SC)
Offers up to 95% protection between hand and vial
Enhances aseptic quality, important for USP standards
Protects the septum, preserving aseptic environment
NOTE: Currently supplied as easily sanitized Delrin component, vial grip will be supplied as single-use aseptic consumable.
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- Reduces need for forceps during compounding, QA manipulations
- Enhances shielding during heat block/boiling process (e.g. Dotatate, Tc-MIBI, Tc-SC)
- Protection up to 95% between hand and vial
- Enhances aseptic quality, important for USP standards.
053-554 Vial Grip