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Overview

  • ONLY Iceless Cold Therapy/Compression/DVT Prophylaxis
  • State of the Art Cold Therapy Device
  • Set cold temperature of 49˚
  • Can be set to heat @ 105˚
  • Contrast Therapy: 20 minutes @ 49˚, 10 minutes @ 105˚
  • Pneumatic Compression in Cold/Heat Wrap
    • 35mmHg maximum compression
  • DVT Prophylaxis
    • Foot - 100mmHg maximum pressure
    • Calf - 55mmHg maximum pressure
  • Cold therapy leads to the reduction of patient pain medication intake

Therapy Modality

  • Compression - Device with various wraps for arm, leg, etc. Alternating / Intermittent Compression between 35mmHg and 15mmHg
  • Localized Thermal Therapy - (hot or cold) for post traumatic and post surgical conditions
  • Contrast Therapy - Automatically alternates from hot to cold therapy (20 minutes at 49° F and 10 minutes at 105° F repeating continuously). For pain management. Combined with compression to enhance thermal transfer.
  • DVT Prophylaxis - Decrease the risk of deep venous thrombosis (DVT). Primarily post surgical.

Indications

  • Edema - Reduction of edema associated with soft tissue injuries such as burns, postoperative edema, and ligament sprains.
  • Lymphedema - Treatment of disorders associated with vascular or lymphatic insufficiency such as Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI), venous stasis ulcers, post-mastectomy edema and chronic lymphedema.
  • Pain - Cold or Heat therapy for pain management.

Features

  • Precise temperature control - Cold: 49° F to 50° F | Heat: 105° F
  • Compression Therapy - Alternating compression between 15mm Hg and 35 mm Hg
  • DVT Prevention Therapy - Foot: Cycles at 100 mm Hg | Calf: Cycles at 55 mm Hg
  • Proprietary integrated compression with DVT prevention.
  • Solid State Cooling/Heating - NO ICE required.