Treatment of swelling with gentle compression
increases your circulation, and helps combat
the symptoms of lymphedema.
Designed for long term use, the durable,
top of the line Bio Compression 3004 calibrated,
gradient, sequential, compression device treats
people with lymphedema. The device reduces
swelling of the arms and legs. It also treats
chronic venous stasis ulcers and venous
insufficiency. The device is intended for home
or hospital use and:
• Reduces pain
• Reduces edema
• Promotes lymphatic flow by moving fluid in the proper direction (from the hands and/or feet towards the heart)
• Stimulates circulation to promote wound healing
• Delivers continuous flow
The Sequential Circulator 3008 is an 8 Chamber
Gradient, Sequential, and Pneumatic
Compression Device. It's the easiest, most
cost-effective method in treating lymphedema
and venous stasis ulcers associated with
venous insufficiency. The Sequential Circulator
3008 is backed by the best warranty and
customer service in the industry!
• Eight individual chambers with a quick 30-second inflate cycle!
• Chambers 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8 can be individually adjusted. This allows the pump to not inflate over painful wounds and scar tissue creating a higher level of compliance.
• Four levels of calibrated gradient pressure
• Bilateral Operation
The Sequential Circulator 3008 mimics the lymphatic system. Its "milking" effect promotes lymphatic flow by moving fluid in the proper physiological direction.
Segmented gradient pressure is the cornerstone in treating patients with various vascular disorders. The Sequential Circulator stimulates circulation and delivers a continuous flow. The 3008 provides effective prophylaxis for venous thrombosis. Open wounds provide clinicians with some of the most severe challenges. The Sequential Circulator 3008 provides segmented gradient pressure, dramatically increasing circulation. Even the most stubborn wounds heal faster. Venous and Lymphedema Insufficiency: • Cural Ulcer • Prevention of Thrombosis Post Traumatic, Post Paralytic and other Edemas
Now available from Advanced Rehab Technologies, the Elite Bilateral Bio Vest for patient with Post-Mastectomy Lymphedema when they have edema in both arms. This Pump and Vest make managing bilateral Lymphedema much easier then before. It adds chest compression when edema presents itself in the chest and axilla
These are the most sophisticated type of pumps. The advantage of this type of pump is the adjustable, gradient action of the compression. The pressure in the sleeve or boot is the greatest at the point farthest from the body. Each chamber has slightly less pressure as it gets closer to the body. This means that the edema in the limb must move towards the body because the pressure behind the edema is greater than the pressure in front of it. The pumps also have an advantage that the pressure can be changed, or tailored in each individual chamber of the sleeve. This provides much greater flexibility in treating Lymphedema. Areas on the limb that are sensitive to pressure can have the pressure alleviated from that site.
Some Lymphedema pumps come available with either Half Leg Boots, Full Leg Boots, or Arm Sleeves. While some Lymphedema Pumps only offer one size of boot or sleeve, Advanced Rehab Technologies offers many different brands of Pumps. We can fit anybody, of any size. We have some boots and sleeves that are adjustable in size. We can also have custom made garments made for patient of special needs. We have fit patients whose measurements have exceeded 45 inches around at the thigh. That is not a typo, 45 inches around one thigh. For detailed information click Segmental Lymphedema Pumps with calibrated gradient pressure.
1. Reduces Pain
2. Reduces Edema
3. Mimics the Lymphatic System
4. Promotes Lymphatic Flow by Moving Fluid in the Proper Physiological Direction (distal to proximal)
5. Stimulates Circulation to Promote Wound Healing
6. Delivers Continuous Flow
7. Bilateral Operation
8. Lightweight . Portable . Easy to Use . Cost-Effective
The Sequential Circulator 3008 is indicated for:Primary & Secondary Lymphedema:
• Post-mastectomy Lymphedema
• Post Groin Dissection Lymphedema
• Congenital Lymphedema (Milroy's Disease)
• Distal or Proximal Obliteration
Venous and Lymphedema Insufficiency:
• Cural Ulcer
• Prevention of Thrombosis Post Traumatic, Post Paralytic and other Edemas
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