The HYDROPRESS 300 sequential is a 3-chamber alternating pressure device for intermittent compression. It impresses due to its compact design and high performance. Pressure time regulation of approx. 5 seconds up to 2 minutes (stepless) allows for the build-up time of pressure to be individually regulated. The decrease in pressure follows automatically. The individual overlapping air chambers in the garments are put in a stepless manner under pressure from bottom to top. This produces a shock wave that transports superfluous fluid present in the tissue towards the heart. Pressure levels fall from the bottom to the top. Two garments for the simultaneous treatment of both extremities (arms and /or legs) can be connected. Size (space required the size of ½ Din A 4 page) and weight (1.85 kg) allow for flexible, mobile use and make HYDROPRESS 300 sequential the perfect domestic device. For information on the exact pressure setting and treatment periods ask your physician. Please note: Heed indications and contra indications. Please order arm and leg garments extra.
220 V, 50 Hz, 20 W
Build-up of pressure:
5 secs to 2 mins (steplessly variable)
Decrease in pressure:
2 Garments for the simultaneous treatment of two extremities
W 165x D 150x H90mm
Devices are maintenance-free. The warranty period is 2 years in case of manufacturing defects.
Contraindications: decompensated heart failure, extended thrombophlebitis, thrombosis or suspected thrombosis, erysipelas, severe or uncontrolled hypertension, acute soft tissue trauma of the extremities, neuropathy, occlusive processes in the lymphatic flow area.
Shipping time: 3-4 days (after payment)
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