Pressure therapy unit LymphAssist™ Homecare
tabletop12 independent cells

pressure therapy unit
pressure therapy unit
pressure therapy unit
pressure therapy unit
pressure therapy unit
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Characteristics

Type
pressure therapy unit
Ergonomics
tabletop
Number of independent cells
12 independent cells
Weight

3.8 kg (8.38 lb)

Length

290 mm (11.4 in)

Height

130 mm (5.1 in)

Description

The Lymphassist™ Homecare Intermittent Compression System (IPC) has been developed to support the self management of Lymphoedema. “If you’ve been diagnosed with primary or secondary Lymphoedema, you will know how important it is to be able to self-manage and continue with your prescribed care plan outside of the traditional hospital and clinical setting”. The LymphAssist™ Homecare compression system from Huntleigh is the only product which has been designed specifically to compliment your traditional treatment in the comfort of your own home. The clinically proven and effective LymphAssist™ Homecare system comprises two parts, a simple to use, single key press pump and a range of twelve chamber inflatable garments or sleeves. When applied to your arm or leg, the system delivers an extremely soothing and effective treatment pattern which replicates the Manual Lymph Drainage (MLD) technique which would have been previously administered by your therapist. The pump gently inflates each of the overlapping chambers in the garment and delivers a very light pressure to the affected limb. This pressure pattern clears the area by steering the accumulated lymph fluid into the functioning collecting lymphatic network where it’s able to flow more freely. The pre-programmed pattern takes approximately 35 minutes to deliver and can be applied to single limbs or both limbs (arms and or legs) simultaneously.

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