It’s a life saver; it really is, you know, one of those things that allows you to live a normal life instead of a life that’s compromised from lymphedema.
The Flexitouch system is used by more than 100,000 patients to self-manage lymphedema and nonhealing venous leg ulcers.
Flexitouch Plus is clinically proven to decrease the chronic swelling associated with lymphedema.
Flexitouch Plus works by sequentially inflating and deflating its chambers to create a gentle, wave-like motion that directs lymph fluid from the impaired area toward healthy regions of the body. The fluid is then naturally absorbed and processed by the body.
New ComfortEase garments that have been redesigned to:
Be easier for patients to put on and take off to help increase treatment adherence
Fit a wider range of body types for more effective therapy
Provide even more comfort using thinner, less bulky material to help conform to the patients’ individual shape
The most clinically studied pneumatic compression device available, to stimulate the lymphatic system
Simultaneous bilateral therapy that enable patients to save time by treating both legs at once
Customized treatment options to meet each patient’s unique needs
2022 EXPERT CONSENSUS FOR LYMPHEDEMA DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT1
“…clinical examination is adequate for diagnosing lymphedema and that all patients with chronic venous insufficiency (C3–C6) should be treated as lymphedema patients.1“
All patients with chronic venous insufficiency should be considered as lymphedema patients.
Regular use of compression garments reduces progression of lymphedema.
Pneumatic compression should be recommended for lymphedema patients.
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1. Lurie F, Malgor R, Carman T, et al. The American Venous Forum, American vein and lymphatic society and the society for vascular medicine expert opinion consensus on lymphedema diagnosis and treatment. Phlebology: The Journal of Venous Disease. 2022