Gradient Sequential Compression Therapy
Gradient 4 Chamber Sequential Compression Circulator
(Best for Blood and Lymph Fluid Circulation Therapy System)
- Pressure: 20 ~ 100 mmHg
- Easy to set Pressure / Safety & Lock System / Easy to Transport / Secure & Safe Package - PE Foam
- 60 min Timer & Continuous Mode
- Gradient Sequential Operation
- Cycle Time: Inflation: 36 seconds / Deflation: 24 seconds
- 1st chamber 9 sec - 2nd chamber 7 sec - 1,2nd chamber 2 sec - 3rd chamber 7 sec - 1,2,3rd chamber 2 sec - 4th chamber 7 sec - 1,2,3,4th sec 2 sec - 24 sec deflation all 4 chambers - repeat
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What is the importance of having a sequential gradient pump?
It is designed to deliver a controlled amount of pressure which is greatest at the distal end (foot) of the garment and gradually decreases towards the proximal (top) end of the garment.
This improves the efficiency of the valves which return the blood to your body. The "squeeze" in a graduated compression garment is most firm at the bottom and reduces toward the top of the garment. This difference creates an effective pump which, working with the movement of your calf muscle pushes fluid and blood back up through the body.
Our Squeezing Gradient Sequential Compression System also prevent blood and lymph fluid to reverse to leg or arms.
Returning the fluids and blood to the body in an efficient manner allows new, nutrient-rich fluids into your feet, legs, or arms, keeping you and your skin healthy. This gradient pressure promotes better venous blood flow which in turn will control swelling, varicosities, leg fatigue, and other problematic leg and arm conditions.
Sequential pumps with gradient pressure have proven to be the best devices for reducing the lymphatic fluid from the limb in a comfortable and efficient manner. These pumps function in much the same manner as the body does by utilizing the muscle pump. The body uses various muscle groups to move the lymphatic fluid through the channels. Unlike the vascular system, the lymphatic system does not have a built-in pump. The vascular system has the heart to pump the blood through the body. The lymphatic system relies on the muscle groups to rhythmically move the fluid through the body.
How do I set the pressure on the pump?
Take the patient blood pressure if possible. The lower of the two pressures is the diastolic blood pressure. If its 120/80, 80 would be the diastolic pressure. The pumps pressure should never be set to exceed the patients diastolic pressure. The pumps pressure in fact should be set 15%-20% or more below the patients diastolic pressure. Exceeding this pressure will over pressurize the tissues by overcoming the body's own innate pressure. It is appropriate to start at a lower pressure (15mmHg below diastolic) and set the pump according to the patients comfort. Higher pressures are not always better. You can increase the pressure if the patient feels comfortable or if you need higher pressures to overcome fibrosis and other related conditions. Most Lymphedema Therapists recommend Arm patients should generally not go above 40mmHG of pump pressure.
How often do I use the pump?
Patients should try to use the pump from one to four hours daily. It is more advantageous to pump in the evening before bedtime. If the patient needs to break up treatment they should divide it into two sessions twice daily. From thirty minutes to as much as two hours in the morning, and a similar amount in the evening before bedtime. They will usually start using the pump every day for one to two hours. After they reach a plateau they can start a maintenance schedule of every other day, to every second day and then twice weekly. Every patient is different and are treated appropriately. No changes in therapy should be made without authorization from the patients physician.
- INDICATION : Lymphedema (primary, secondary), Oedema (dependent, traumatic, secondary to stroke), Venous Insufficiency, Venous Stasis, Pain, Swelling, Wound Therapy caused by Poor Blood Circulation...etc
- CONTRAINDICATION : Severe arteriosclerosis or other ischemic vascular disease, Known or suspected acute deep vein thrombosis, Severe congestive cardiac failure, Any local condition in which garments would interfere, for examples Gangrene, Untreated, infected leg wounds, recent skin graft, dermatitis.
General Equipment Specification
Size: 11.81 ± (L) x 8.27 ± (W) x 5.12 ± (H)
Electrical: 120 Voltage, 60 Hz, 14VA, F500mAH 250V
220 ~ 240V 50/60 Hz Machine Available without any extra charge.
(Ship to worldwide)
Electromagnetic Compatibility / Electrical Safety Test Pass
Power Cord: 10 ft, 3 wire w/protective ground
Weight: 6 lbs (pump only), Carton: 10 lbs
Case Material: ABS Plastic
Our All Compression Garments are
Latex Free, Non Stretch Fabric
Cytotoxicity Test, Delayed Hypersensitivity, Animal Skin Irritation Test Pass (ISO 10993-5, 10)
Made In U.S.A.