Rooke® Vascular Boots offload the heel to prevent ulcers and the insulated boot retains warmth to vasodilate distal arterial bed for an increase of 5.3mmHg in TcPO2 for improved perfusion.
• Total offloading with complete floating of the heel and Comfort+ layer
• No pressure points
• Insulated to enhance and maintain lower limb warmth
• Removable foot drop prevention wings
• Anti-rotation foam wedge included
• Able to accommodate a transmetatarsal amputation up to a size 16 foot
• Latex-free product
• Ischemic limbs are particularly benefited by Rooke® Vascular Boots because the natural warmth creates a vasodilatory cascade
• In the original Mayo study, a 5.3mmHg increase in TCPO2 in ischemic post-op vascular patients was demonstrated
Rooke® Vascular Boots are indicated for use on patients on vasopressors or arterial thrombolytics, patients under going extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) or intra-aortic balloon pump (IABP) procedures, on post-BKA contralateral foot, for post-operative open and endo revascularization. Rooke® Vascular Boots are used for the prevention of heel ulcers and foot drop (especially for patients who are immobile for greater than three days). Rooke® Vascular Boots can also be used with patients who have cold mottled feet, non-blanchable heels and toes, diabetic neuropathy, existing pressure ulcers, lower extremity ischemic wounds, peripheral vascular disease, spinal cord injury or therapeutic hypothermia.
Not for venous ulcers.
Ensure the heel is in the heel cup.
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Place the Rooke® Vascular Boot on to ensure the heel is in the heel cup with a gentle snug fit around the calf and loose fit around the toe box.
Remove per hospital protocol.
Osborn Medical is the creator and manufacturer of products dedicated to healing and preventing arterial ulcers that affect legs and feet, residual limbs due to amputation, hands and fingers that are affected with Raynaud's syndrome.