Actitouch® Adaptive Compression Therapy
The Actitouch® Adaptive Compression Therapy system combines intermittent pneumatic compression therapy and adaptive sustained gradient compression therapy in one easy-to-wear device.
• Provides both intermittent pneumatic compression and adaptive sustained compression (dual compression therapy)
• Therapy Tracker monitors patient compliance
• Multiple compression sleeve sizes fit multiple types of patients
• Lightweight device can be worn under pants and with regular shoes
• Allows patients to be mobile
• Saves 30 minutes per patient appointment
• Reduces supply costs
• Increases patient quality of life
• High patient adherence to therapy
Actitouch® Adaptive Compression Therapy system is indicated for enhancing venous return, reducing venous leg ulcer healing time, treatment of chronic venous insufficiency, reducing edema due to venous stasis, treatment for lymphedema, treatment and promotion of healing in stasis dermatitis and venous insufficiency ulcers.
Contraindicated for ankle-brachial pressure index of less than 0.6 or ankle systolic pressure less than 60mmHg, pulmonary edema, leg gangrene, acute thrombophlebitis, decompensated/congestive cardiac failure, diabetes in association with peripheral arterial disease, severe arteriosclerosis or other ischemic vascular disease, acute infections of the skin, such as cellulitis, any lower limb malignancy, diagnosed or suspected acute deep vein thrombosis (DVT) or pulmonary embolism.
Store at room tempature. Avoid excessive heat and cold. Do not store device in direct sunlight.
|120mmHg inflation available|
|Adjustable air bladders|
|Low-pressure alert light|
|Non-peristaltic sequential compression|
|Peristaltic gradient sequential compression||●|
|Pressure regulator dial|
|Timed cycle inflation/deflation|
|Velcro® on sleeve||●|
|Zipper on sleeve|
|Educational Material Available||●|
|Free Samples/Trials Available|
|Published Clinical Article Available||●|
Moderate/Highly Exudating Wounds
Non/Minimally Exudating Wounds
Apply custom undersock, position foot on compression sleeve and apply straps in numerical order. Position compression sleeve over shin and secure using hook-and-loop fasteners.
Powered pressure redistribution
Remove sleeve and undersock when needed.
First year on controller and sleeve.
Tactile Medical provides clinically proven, at-home treatment options for lymphedema and chronic venous insufficiency with continuity of care, service and support that help improve outcomes, reduce costs and give people their lives back.