• Increases blood flow to encourage extracellular fluid clearance
• Reduces pain and swelling
• Improves mobility
• Pressure in each chamber can be calibrated
• Skip chamber option to reduce pressure over a wound
• Secondary lymphedema preparation treatment (LPT) operation modes used to mimic manual lymphatic drainage and break up fibrotic tissue
• Also available in peristaltic mode for upper extremity treatment
AIROS 8 Sequential Compression Device is indicated for use in patients with lymphedema, venous stasis ulcers, venous insufficiency, or peripheral edema.
Contraindicated for use on patients with limb infections, cellulitis, lymphangiosarcoma, deep vein thrombosis, inflammatory phlebitis, pulmonary embolism, congestive heart failure, gangrene, or skin grafts.
Store between -13°F and 158°F, humidity <93% RH, pressure 50kPa-106kPa.
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|Peristaltic gradient sequential compression||●|
|Pressure regulator dial|
|Timed cycle inflation/deflation||●|
|Velcro® on sleeve||●|
|Zipper on sleeve||●|
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|Free Samples/Trials Available||●|
|Published Clinical Article Available|
Operating parameters contingent on physician script. Refer to Instructions for Use guide for device application and operation.
Device: 3 years
Garments: 1 year
Pressure range: 30mmHg-80mmHg (increments of 1mmHg)
Cycle time: 40 or 60 seconds
Therapy time: 15, 30, 45, or 60 minutes
3 Primary Operating Modes: Gradient Sequential (Non-Calibration), Pressure (Gradient Sequential with Calibration), Peristaltic
2 LPT Modes: Clearing and Focal
AIROS Medical, Inc. is a medical technology manufacturer, designer, and specifications developer specializing in compression therapy. Their team of engineers, regulatory experts and clinical partners create medical devices that improve quality of life for patients with lymphatic and venous disorders, including wounds.