Protect Your Outcomes with the Early Bird® Bleed Monitoring Device

Early Bird is the first and only FDA-approved bleed detection system for peri and post-procedural monitoring of endovascular procedures, providing accurate and actionable information before it’s too late.

See how the Early Bird bleed monitoring device detects bleeds

Rationale for the Early Bird: Clinical Perspectives

Hear from Saranas’ founder Dr. Mehdi Razavi on the inspiration and clinical rationale of bleed monitoring with the Early Bird.

Saranas® Announces Initial Enrollment of Clinical Trial Assessing the Utility of Early Bleed Detection in Patients Undergoing Mechanical Circulatory Support

Bleeding Happens, Complications Don’t Have To

Femoral access site bleeding complications are a problem. They derail recovery and mar the success of your well-executed procedures, diminishing patient satisfaction and ballooning the total cost of care. Detect bleeding early to impede the progression of a bleed into a bleeding complication while integrating into your standard workflow. The Early Bird Bleed Monitoring System keeps you informed and gets you in and out with positive outcomes intact.

The Impact of Bleeding Complications.


Bleed complication rate associated with large-bore procedures1


Increased mortality risk1


Incremental cost1

1 Redfors B et al. Mortality, length of stay, and cost implications of procedural bleeding after percutaneous interventions using large-bore catheters. JAMA Cardiol 2017 Jul 1;2(7):798-802.

Early Bird is ideal for...

  • Mechanical Circulatory Support
  • TAVR
  • Complex PCI/CTO
  • Neurovascular
  • Patients with prior bleeding incidents
  • Patients unable or unwilling to undergo blood transfusions


"By receiving advanced notification of an internal bleed from the Early Bird, a clinician may—through straightforward actions—protect patients and mitigate the detrimental consequence of a bleed."

Dr. Joggy George
Interventional Cardiology, Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center

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