MOBILE COMPRESSION DEVICE


American College of Chest Physicians (ACCP) recommends the use of portable, battery-powered IPCDs capable of recording and reporting proper wear time for both​ inpatients and outpatients.


​The MCD does the same thing as a FACILITY COMPRESSION DEVICE (FCD) to prevent Deep Vein Thrombosis, just in a self contained & smaller version.

​"Based on a consensus of the guidelines, these portable MCD's are recommended for both inpatients and outpatients from the start of surgery throughout the entire risk period, which can be up to 14 days and in some instances 30 and even 90 days post-surgical. Efforts should be made to achieve 18 hours of daily compliance." - ACCP Guidelines, Prevention of VTE in Orthopedic Surgery Patients 2012

Clincal Studies
  1. PLASMAFLOW
    The PlasmaFlow features a portable, lightweight design to increase patient compliance. No tubes or hoses associated with Facility Compression Devices. Visual display of pressure being applied to lower extremities.
  2. CIRONA 6400
    ​​The Cirona™ 6400 is a portable DVT compression therapy pump that works by applying intermittent pressure to the patient’s limbs affected by DVT. This therapy mimics the body’s natural muscle contractions which can help increase blood circulations and decrease venous pressure. It may also reduce wound healing time and can aid in the treatment of stasis dermatitis, venous stasis ulcers, and chronic venous insuf ciency. The Cirona™ 6400 can be used in ambulatory, post-operative, and home care settings.
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      Our customers are realizing they can use the same Mobile Compression Device from application in surgery to  discharge in the home.