Hospital DVT Prevention Program

Addressing Current DVT Prevention Challenges

The Problem

Patients are at risk of developing a DVT at the hospital and at home.

Patients are at the highest risk
5-10 days post surgery

VTE is a leading cause of
preventable hospital deaths in
United States

Fall risks increase when using a device that requires being tethered to a bed.

$20,900 – $151,700

Cost to treat a wound

$30,000

Cost to treat a fall

Anticoagulants can increase post operative bleeding and adverse drug events.

$140, 701

Cost to treat a bleeding
complication

$2,400 – $3,500

Cost of readmission per night just for a bed

The Solution

We are the #1 Standard of Care for DVT Prevention, providing hospitals the most efficient DVT program nationwide by decreasing your workload, increasing patient outcomes and providing the most compliant program for your hospital.

Circul8 Lite

Circul8 Lite is intended to be an easy to use portable system, prescribed by a physician, for use in the home or clinical setting to help prevent the onset of DVT in patients by stimulating blood flow in the extremities (stimulating muscle contractions).

Financial Impact

Circul8 Lite will speed up discharge, mitigate the risk for a readmission DVT, eliminate large service contracts, reduce labor costs, and decrease the fall risk at the facility.

Patient Safety

Circul8 Lite will improve clinical outcomes by decreasing blood clots and bleeding associated with pharmacologic options.

Patient Care

Improve patient scores and feedback with cutting edge technology and one of a kind patient education.

Clinical Support

Sequential compression devices have been studied for over 26 years. Recent studies show compression therapy with aspirin after a total joint resulted in a blood clot rate of 0%. Board guidelines also recognize the use of this device in the home setting.

Patient Care Management

Our Patient Care Coordinators will communicate
with your patients to provide the following:

  • Patient Education relating to Circul8

  • Patient Education relating to Cryo Bracing

  • Patient Education relating to VTE/DVT

  • Assistance relating to out of pocket expenses

  • Weekly follow up calls

  • DVT Assessment Questionnaire

  • DVT Symptom breakdown and reporting

  • Readmission tracking and reporting

Case Studies

The Journal of Arthroplasty

The DVT rate for the post-discharge protocol of Aspirin and Portable Mechanical Compression therapy group was 0%…

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CHEST Guidelines

In patients undergoing total hip arthroplasty (THA) or total knee arthroplasty (TKA), we recommend use of one of the following…

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AAOS Guidelines

We suggest the use of pharmacologic agents and/or mechanical compressive devices for the prevention of venous….

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