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Entre System User Guide and Additional Information

for LOWER BODY

The Entre system is designed for at-home treatment of lymphedema, chronic edema and chronic wounds. This guide provides the information needed to set up and use your Entre system.

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ENTRE SYSTEM TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR LOWER BODY

FULL LEG TREATMENT

This option provides full leg treatment in a distal to proximal (foot to top of thigh) direction via the sequential inflation of the eight chambers.

 

Treatment time:

1 hour

Entre for Lower Body Lymphedema

 HALF LEG TREATMENT

This option provides below-the-knee treatment in a distal to proximal (foot to top of knee) direction via the sequential inflation of the eight chambers.

 

Treatment time:

1 hour

Entre for Lower Body Lymphedema

INDICATIONS FOR USE:


 

  • Chronic edema
  • Lymphedema
  • Venous insufficiency
  • Wound healing

CONTRAINDICATIONS:


 

  • Heart failure (acute pulmonary edema, decompensated acute heart failure)
  • Acute venous disease (acute thrombophlebitis, acute deep venous thrombosis, acute pulmonary embolism)
  • Severe peripheral artery disease (critical limb ischemia including ischemic rest pain, arterial wounds or gangrene)
  • Active skin or limb infection/inflammatory disease (acute cellulitis, other uncontrolled skin or untreated inflammatory skin disease)
  • Active cancer (cancer that is currently under treatment, but not yet in remission)
  • Any circumstance where increased lymphatic or venous return is undesirable

TRAVELING WITH YOUR ENTRE SYSTEM:


 

Patients may travel with any device that is medically necessary and can go through the x-ray screening process. Tactile Medical recommends patients traveling with their device do the following:

  • Carry on their controller and power cord; patients may pack any garments/sleeves in their checked luggage
  • Bring their user guide and prescription card with them to better help explain what the device does to a TSA agent
  • Take the controller out of the carry on, as is done with a laptop
  • Be prepared to turn the device on and show a TSA agent how the device works, if asked to do so

ADDITIONAL HELPFUL INFORMATION:


 

  • The device will operate from 100 – 240 volts, 50/60 Hz, working nearly anywhere in the world without the need for a transformer or voltage converter. If traveling outside the US, a plug adapter may be necessary, and can be purchased at a retail store. Tactile Medical does not supply plug adapters.
  • Websites such as www.tsa.gov, or the equivalent agency in your destination country may be able to give your more information.
  • The following FDA website link show our products have been cleared to market in the US: https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/cdrh_docs/pdf14/K143185.pdf
  • If you have any additional questions, please contact Tactile Medical at 1.833.3TACTILE (1-833-382-2845).