Reduced radiation dose-brachial lead shield

There are the Radishields (ITW Mazel), which are also on arm boards. You can also just throw a radiation shield across the pelvis and reduce exposure.

The following reference might be useful:
Musallam A, Volis I, Dadaev S, et al. A randomized study comparing the use of a pelvic lead shield during trans-radial interventions: Threefold decrease in radiation to the operator but double exposure to the patient. Catheter Cardiovasc Interv. 2015 Jun; 85(7): 1164-1170. doi: 10.1002/ccd.25777.


I'm studying the potential for a reduced radiation dose to the patient and operators with a brachial lead shield.
Have you used this kind of shield during radial artery catheterization?
If yes, can I have some information?