ArjoHuntleigh Products Vascular Therapy and Prevention VTE IPC Pumps Flowtron ACS900 Garment Application
ArjoHuntleigh Products VTE IPC Nurse Connecting Tube Set from Garment to Pump
ArjoHuntleigh Products Vascular Therapy and Prevention VTE IPC Pumps Flowtron ACS900 Pump Display
ArjoHuntleigh Products VTE IPC Garments Flowtron DVT Garment

Lightweight, breathable garments for DVT prevention

Designed to provide comfort for the patient, simplicity for the user and flexibility for healthcare facilities. Flowtron® garments are effective in the prevention of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT).

Simple and effective DVT  prevention

Adding compression to a limb using Flowtron  garments increases blood velocity in the deep veins of that limb. This then reduces venous stasis (1) and stimulates fibrinolysis (2), which is the body’s natural method of preventing and breaking down blood clots.

Comfort and compliance

Lightweight, breathable fabric garments ensure comfort and help prevent the build-up of heat and moisture.

Easily identifiable garments means simple visual confirmation to ensure compliance with the patient’s prescribed DVT prevention treatment.

New! DVT60L for bariatric calves up to 32” / 81cm

We are pleased to announce the availability of our latest product – for bariatric patients with calves sized up to 32” / 81cm.

Obesity, including morbid obesity, is associated with a high risk of venous thromboembolism (VTE) - a leading cause of hospital morbidity and mortality(3). It is an independent risk factor for sudden, postoperative fatal PE. (4)

For IPC to be effective, the garment needs to fit the limb correctly, whilst allowing flexibility for variation in leg sizes. DVT60L, is sized specifically for the needs of bariatric patients. Shaped to fit calf size up to 32” / 81cm circumference, it mimics the body’s natural method of moving blood through the deep veins.

 

  1. Morris & Woodcock (2004) AofS; 239(2):162-171.
  2. Morris, Giddings, Ralis et al. (2006) J0VS; 44(5): 1039-1045.
  3. Spencer FA, Lessard D, Emery C, Reed G, Goldberg RJ. Venous thromboembolism in the outpatient setting. Arch. Intern. Med. 2007;167:1471–1475
  4. International Consensus Guidelines, International Angiology Vol.32-No 2 118-119