Recover and Chill.

Cold compression therapy has several benefits including reduction of pain and swelling1,2, maximizing comfort, and accelerating recovery3. The Triple Play VT combines the benefits of cold compression while helping prevent DVT/PE4.

A woman applying cold compression therapy with Triple Play VT

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Benefits of cold compression recovery with Triple Play VT

The Triple Play VT EZ-Home Care Kit provides patients a comfortable and convenient way to recover after surgery. Calf sleeves, wraps, and other accessories allow healthcare providers to prescribe cold and compression therapy after several different types of surgery.

GEL WRAPS ARE COMFORTABLE RIGHT FROM THE FREEZER.

GEL WRAPS ELIMINATE THE NEED FOR WATER AND ICE.

WRAPS ARE AVAILABLE TO COMFORTABLY FIT ANKLE, KNEE, HIP, WRIST, ELBOW, AND SHOULDER JOINTS.

Questions about cold and compression therapy

Cold compression therapy is a treatment technique that combines the benefits of cold therapy (also known as cryotherapy) and compression therapy. It is commonly used to reduce pain and swelling in various parts of the body, particularly after surgery or injury.

Cold compression therapy can help reduce pain and swelling,1,2 provide comfort after surgery, and speed up recovery3. Portable pneumatic compression devices like the Triple Play VT also provide a safe and non-narcotic method for patients to reduce DVT risk while recovering.4

No. Studies have shown that medical compression therapy can assist with DVT prevention and treatment.6

References

  1. Raynor, M, Pietrobon, R, Guller, U, Higgins, L. Cryotherapy after ACL reconstruction: a meta-analysis. National Library of Medicine. 2005.
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  2. Cohn, B.T., Draeger, R.I., Jackson, D.W. The effects of cold therapy in the postoperative management of pain in patients undergoing anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. National Library of Medicine. 1989.
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  3. Capps, S.G, Mayberry, B. Cryotherapy and Intermittent Pneumatic Compress for Soft Tissue Trauma. Athletic Therapy Today. 2009. p. 2-4.
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  4. Crawford, D.A., Andrews, R.L., Morris, M.J., Hurst, J.M., Lombardi, A.V., Berend, K.R. Ambulatory Portable Pneumatic Compression Device as Part of a Multimodal Aspirin-Based Approach in Prevention of Venous Thromboembolism in Outpatient Total Knee Arthroplasty. Arthroplasty Today. 2020.
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  5. Secemsky EA, Rosenfield K, Kennedy KF, Jaff M, Yeh RW. High Burden of 30-Day Readmissions After Acute Venous Thromboembolism in the United States. J Am Heart Assoc. 2018 Jun 26;7(13):e009047. doi: 10.1161/JAHA.118.009047. PMID: 29945913; PMCID: PMC6064903. View Article
  6. Rabe E, Partsch H, Morrison N, Meissner MH, Mosti G, Lattimer CR, Carpentier PH, Gaillard S, J√ľnger M, Urbanek T, Hafner J, Patel M, Wu S, Caprini J, Lurie F, Hirsch T. Risks and contraindications of medical compression treatment – A critical reappraisal. An international consensus statement. Phlebology. 2020 Aug;35(7):447-460. doi: 10.1177/0268355520909066. Epub 2020 Mar 2. PMID: 32122269; PMCID: PMC7383414.. View Article

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