KCI Jobst System 7500 Intermittent Compression Pump provides gradient sequential three chamber compression to manage and reduce peripheral edema with an adjustable pressure range of 1-130mmHg. The gradient sequential compression fills each chamber in sequence up the limb with each subsequent chamber at less pressure than the previous. KCI Jobst System 7500 Compression Pump is compact, lightweight and portable and designed for home use. The KCI Jobst System 7500 has an inflation time of 60 seconds for each chamber and all segments deflate simultaneously in 50 seconds.
The KCI Jobst System 7500 Intermittent Compression Pump can operate two garments at once but requires a separate adapter see item # NTI147520a_ea (Adapter to operate two garments at once). The KCI Jobst System 7500 Intermittent Compression Pump has a long history for treating lymphedema and for enhancing lymphatic and venous flow. The KCI Jobst System 7500 Intermittent Compression Pump comes with a choice of three garment sizes to treat a variety of vascular and lymphatic conditions.
Jobst Compression Sleeves Measurement Guidelines:
For arm length measurement: Measure axilla (arm pit) to finger tip.
For leg length measurement: Measure inseam (inner thigh) to ankle.
For arm circumference: Measure at axilla (arm pit).
For leg circumference: Measure thigh 2" below groin.
For ankle circumference: Measure 1" above talus (ankle bone).
*Note when selecting sleeve length the total sleeve length should never encroach within 1 ½ inches of your groin or underarm or circulation can be impeded.
KCI Jobst 7500 Comparison ChartKCI Jobst System 7500
Sequential Compression PumpKCI Jobst System 7000
Intermittent Compression Pump
Product CodeNTI147500NTI147000 Power Supply110-120V AC 60Hz110-120 V, 60 Hz, 15 Watts Size
(WxHxL)8.75 x 4.5 x 10.75"8.75 x 4 x 10.75"
Electrical110/120 V, 60 Hz, 15 Watts110/120 V, 60 Hz, 15 Watts Pressure
Range1-100 mmHg (user adjustable)1-100 mmHg (user adjustable)
Cycle TimeDistal SegmentMiddle SegmentProximal Segment Seconds to inflate606060 Seconds at setting1307010 Total Inflate19013070 Seconds to deflate
90 seconds inflation
30 seconds deflation
This product is designed to aid in the reduction and control of peripheral edema, including congenital lymphedema of the lower extremities and postmastectomy lymphedema, stasis dermatitis and venous stasis ulcers.
This product should not be used during the inflammatory phlebitis process or during episodes of pulmonary embolism, congestive heart failure, pulmonary edema, suspected deep vein thrombosis or in any instances where increased venous and lymphatic return is undesirable. Use with caution on an extremity which is not sensitive to pain.
KCI Jobst 7500 Compression Pump Features & Benefits
- Sequentially inflates air chambers distally to proximally
- Ability to treat two extremities simultaneously (with adapter tubing)
- Color-coded pressure gauge
- Adjustable pressure control
- Pre-set inflation and deflation cycle
- Safety alarm system
- Compact, lightweight and portable make it ideal for home use
- U.L. listed for home use
- Kink-resistant, color coded tubing
Compression Sleeves Features & Benefits
- Color-coded ports simplify set-up
- Anti-reflux safety valves (designed to help prevent reverse inflation)
- Soft nylon pile inner lining
- Durable construction
- Machine washable
- Longitudinal zipper for ease of application
- Variety of sizes available
- Additional Information
- Community Q&A
Product QuestionsI am looking for a pump to use along with sleeves for my legs. I only need a half leg. My have MS and my legs swell a lot. My knee measure 13 34", Ankle 10" , Arch instep 10 1/4". I need the pump, the tubing and the sleeves. Can you direct me to what I need?Question by: Lynne Richmond on May 20, 2016 12:37:02 PMNo answers yet. Be the first to answer the question!I have a jobst compression system. How long do the compressions last in a single use. I fall asleep and wake to fully inflated and the pump is off. Please adviseQuestion by: Yvonne on Aug 7, 2016 10:19:48 PMA chart with the following information was recently added to the page for convenience.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Dec 12, 2016 2:00:00 PM