New Case Study – Recently Published17 July,2017
Sequential Contraction Compression Device Aids in the Healing of an Ischemic Foot Ulceration in a Chronic Dialysis Patient: A Case Report – J Rosenblum
Published in Journal of Clinical and Medical Case Studies 2017:2 39-41
from the case study:
“The FlowAid FA-100 SCCD produces the same effect as the ICD without the complications mentioned above. The SCCD is small, portable and easy to use. Patient compliance is extremely high. The resulting contractions of the leg help to evacuate the limb of pooled venous blood and allows for more and better arterial return thus revascularizing the limb and causing an increase
in tissue oxygenation.
While not intended as a primary wound care device, the clinical results generated by the SCCD imply that it would be a useful adjunct therapy in wound care, especially in increasing the vasculature to the foot and leg. A clinical trial proving this is called for, but clinical practice would indicate that the SCCD has a place in the wound care field as well as the vascular”