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The 3004 model is a great option for the primary or adjunctive treatment of primary or secondary lymphedema. This device is intended for additional or alternative treatment of venous insufficiency and venous statis ulcers that's associated with venous insufficiency. It's also used for general treatment for swelling of the extremities by moving excess fluid out of the affected limb and returning it to the cardiovascular system. This model provides compression in its 4-chamber segmental lymphedema sleeves to act as the lymphatic system.
A prescription from a licensed physician is required to purchase a lymphedema pump. Please have your doctor's office fax your prescription to 1-801-733-5797.
Features and Benefits:
- Pre-Set Gradient Pressure
- Reduces Pain
- Reduces Edema
- Mimics Lymphatic System
- Promotes Proper Lymphatic Flow
- Stimulates Circulation
- Promotes Wound Healing
- Delivers Continuous Flow
- Bilateral Operation
- Lightweight and Portable
- Easy to Use
- Manufacturer: Bio Compression
- Width: 12 Inches
- Height: 5.5 Inches
- Depth: 8 Inches
- Weight: 8 lbs
- Bi-lateral Operation
- SC2004: No Adjustable Gradient Pressure Override
- SC3004: Adjustable Gradient Pressure Override
- Pressure Range: 0-125 mmHg
- Electrical Rating: 120 VAC, 60 HZ, .5 AMPS
- Cycle Time: 18 Seconds per Chamber
- Inflation: 72 Seconds
- Deflation: 18 Seconds
- Pump Components Double Insulated
- 18 Gauge, 2-Wire, 10-Ft Power Cord
- Compression Pump Warranty: 3 Years
- Item Numbers: SC2004, SC3004
- Condition: Lymphedema
Manuals and Documents
- Any local condition of the extremity that would interfere with its application, including, but not limited to: dermatitis, immediately following vein ligature, gangrene, skin grafts, casts or splints
- Severe arteriosclerosis or other ischemic vascular disease
- Pulmonary edema
- Congestive heart failure
- Suspicion or confirmation of the presence of existing DVT
- Infections of the limb, including cellulitis without appropriate antibiotic coverage for at least 72 hours prior to treatment
- Presence of lymphangiosarcoma
- Inflammatory phlebitis or episodes of pulmonary embolism
Instructions: SC3004 Overriding Pre-Set Gradient Pressures:
- A small screw driver is the only tool needed to adjust the gradient pressures.
- If pump is on its side, you will notice underneath, three screw ports labeled #4, #3, and #2, each having a directional arrow indicating the way in which the pressure is increased.
- It only takes a very small turn of the screw to adjust since you are adjusting (mmHg) as reflected on the gauge.
- With the pump on its side and running, place your finger over the number air supply port you wish to adjust.
- When you feel the air coming out of the specific port, using your finger, occlude the port and while observing the Pressure Gauge, gently and gradually adjust the screw valve to the desired setting.
- If NOT using two garments/sleeves, the CAP (#6) MUST remain covering auxiliary air supply ports (#6).The system is not intended for use during sleep.
- In event of a power failure, unplug the garment from the pump to release any residual pressure in the garment.
- Discontinue treatment if you experience pain or unusual symptoms during use and consult your doctor.
- To prevent the potential for reverse pressure and retrograde flow, do not adjust the gradient pressures without physical supervision.
- Before cleaning, unplug power cord from electrical outlet.
- Patients with peripheral arterial occlusive disease should use caution with high pressure setting.
- Do not allow liquids to enter the pump, it can present an electrical hazard.
- Do not place sleeves/garment in washing machine.
Bio Compression Lymphedema Pump Video (2.44 Min)
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