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Compression Pumps

Sequential Intermittent Pneumatic Compression (SIPC) therapy is the process of applying external pressure to the limbs to promote the circulation of blood and lymphatic fluid from the extremities of the body. Both the Medi-Rent LX9 & Biocompression Systems SC-3008-DL devices work using pneumatic compression in a variety of garments – arm, leg or abdomen and groin. Intermittent pneumatic compression may be useful for conditions that require improved circulation or the removal of lymph fluid build-up (or oedema) from the limbs or trunk. Speak to your lymphoedema therapist, wound care nurse, GP or vascular surgeon for their opinion.
Mandurah Oedema Clinic offer a ‘rent before you buy’ option for compression pumps.
Compression pump Body garment Leg garment
SIPC therapy should be used under the GUIDANCE OF A HEALTH PROFESSIONAL. Always USE ONLY AS DIRECTED and see your healthcare professional if you have concerns regarding your treatment. Please note, we are unable to supply or hire out compression pumps without a consultation. If you would like more information please contact us

LX-9

SC-3008-DL

The SC-3008-DL gradient sequential compression device has been designed for the treatment of Lymphedema, Venous Insufficiency, and Wound Healing. The SC-3008-DL allows patients the freedom to use this device in the comfort of their own homes. All patients have different needs so Biocompression Systems custom developed technology measures and then delivers pressure to each and every chamber in the garment to give the best possible treatment. The SC-3008-DL lets the user program the pressure setting in any and all of the 8 chambers, always keeping greater pressure distal so as to avoid any reflux. Complete with a compliance meter to monitor patient use, the SC-3008-DL also has a countdown clock and a timer that shuts off the pump after one hour.
The following pumps can be used in the comfort of the home yielding great results with 30 minute sessions twice a day.
Watch a short presentation on compression pumps from a UK clinic
Watch a short presentation on compression pumps from Medirent
If you are not in Western Australia but need to find a qualified Lymphoedema Therapist to provide treatment or to help you obtain a compression pump, you will find a searchable list of qualified NLRP therapists on the ALA website. Please refer to the link on our ‘is your Therapist qualified?’ page.
How to use the LX 9 Sequential Intermittent Pneumatic Compression System (SIPC)

Resources

Brochure

Quick Guide

© Mandurah Oedema Clinic 2020

Compression Pumps

Sequential Intermittent Pneumatic Compression (SIPC) therapy is the process of applying external pressure to the limbs to promote the circulation of blood and lymphatic fluid from the extremities of the body. Both the Medi-Rent LX9 & Biocompression Systems SC-3008-DL devices work using pneumatic compression in a variety of garments – arm, leg or abdomen and groin. Intermittent pneumatic compression may be useful for conditions that require improved circulation or the removal of lymph fluid build-up (or oedema) from the limbs or trunk. Speak to your lymphoedema therapist, wound care nurse, GP or vascular surgeon for their opinion.
Mandurah Oedema Clinic offer a ‘rent before you buy’ option for compression pumps.
Compression pump Body garment Leg garment
SIPC therapy should be used under the GUIDANCE OF A HEALTH PROFESSIONAL. Always USE ONLY AS DIRECTED and see your healthcare professional if you have concerns regarding your treatment. Please note, we are unable to supply or hire out compression pumps without a consultation. If you would like more information please contact us

SC-3008-DL

The SC-3008-DL gradient sequential compression device has been designed for the treatment of Lymphedema, Venous Insufficiency, and Wound Healing. The SC-3008-DL allows patients the freedom to use this device in the comfort of their own homes. All patients have different needs so Biocompression Systems custom developed technology measures and then delivers pressure to each and every chamber in the garment to give the best possible treatment. The SC-3008-DL lets the user program the pressure setting in any and all of the 8 chambers, always keeping greater pressure distal so as to avoid any reflux. Complete with a compliance meter to monitor patient use, the SC-3008-DL also has a countdown clock and a timer that shuts off the pump after one hour.

LX-9

If you are not in Western Australia but need to find a qualified Lymphoedema Therapist to provide treatment or to help you obtain a compression pump, you will find a searchable list of qualified NLRP therapists on the ALA website. Please refer to the link on our ‘is your Therapist qualified?’ page.
Watch a short presentation on compression pumps from a UK clinic
How to use the LX 9 Sequential Intermittent Pneumatic Compression System (SIPC)

Resources

Brochure

Quick Guide

Mandurah Oedema Clinic
Mandurah Oedema Clinic