PlasmaFlow: Sequential Compression

SKU: E0676

The PlasmaFlow is an easy-to-use sequential compression system that can be used at home or in a clinical setting. This device helps prevent the onset of DVT in patients by stimulating blood flow in the extremities. By simulating muscle contractions blood flow, the risk for DVT decreases. The PlasmaFlow is tubeless allowing the patient to recover from anywhere.

This device promotes patient portability and ease:

  • This compression system is portable, lightweight, and tubeless with the ability to treat patients in a clinical or home setting.
  • This is a tubeless device and made to be portable. This is why this device uses a long-lasting, rechargeable battery and can operate for up to 10 hours on one charge.
  • There are two compression modes helping accommodate the recovery of different patients. The device has two modes including slow inflation or Step-Up Technology allowing the unit to increase pressure in slower increments.
  • The device has two LCD screens to monitor usage and pressure.

Additional medical benefits of compression therapy:

  • Helps prevent onset deep vein thrombosis after orthopedic surgery with intermittent compression.
  • Provides an alternative to additional pharmaceuticals that doctors can prescribe post-operatively.
  • The tubeless design provides convenient at-home therapy, improving the patient experience.

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Questions about PlasmaFlow

The PlasmaFlow compression cuffs are prescribed by a doctor typically following surgery. This system can be used at-home or in a clinical setting. PlasmaFlow is used to prevent onset DVT or deep vein thrombosis, increase blood circulation, and assist in post-surgical pain and swelling.

Sequential compression devices are often sleeves that fit around legs or joints. These sleeves are attached to a pump that will inflate or deflate the sleeves to restore blood flow back to its natural movement. SCDS are often prescribed following surgery.

After charging your PlasmaFlow sleeves, you can use the device for 10 hours off on one charge. It’s suggested that following surgery a patient should wear these sequential compression sleeves for three weeks.

When you receive your PlamsaFlow sleeves, begin charging the batteries. It should have a full charge after three hours. A blue light will come on when the sleeves are operational, the light will change to red when it’s time to charge the cuffs.

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