Total Joint Recovery Program

Hospitals save a significant amount of money when they use a take home DVT prevention device. Circul8 Lite is a lightweight, portable device that is
designed to prevent DVT.

As many as 900,000 people are affected by VTE each year in the United States1

Patients are at risk up to 6 weeks after surgery2

Up to 7% of the 70 million patients who are prescribed opioids for post-surgical pain go on to long-term use or abuse3

Patient Recovery Boxes

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

Circul8 DVT Prevention

Cryo Knee Brace

Cryo Hip Brace

Patients are provided Ortho Recovery
Box at discharge for home use

Circul8 DVT Prevention

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).

  • Tubeless and Cordless
    Eliminates the inconvenience of being tethered to a bed or a bulky device
  • Easy to Use
    One button patient-friendly design

Cryo Knee Brace

  • Range of Motion
    Full flexion and extension control with settings 0°, 15°, 30° and 90°.
  • Pnuematic Pump
    Handheld compression pump to increase and decrease pressure for additional pain relief & stability
  • Cold Therapy
    2 gel pads provided to provide targeted cold therapy for reduced pain and swelling.

Cryo Hip Brace

  • Thin, Low Profile Fit
    Eliminates the inconveniece of being tethered to a bed or bulky deivce
  • Flexible Support
    The Range-of-Motion hinge can be adjusted at 15-degreee increments & can be removed, allowing flexibility to alter brace based on recovery protocols
  • Cold Therapy
    Brace is fitted with a removable gel pack for optional cold theraphy to reduce pain & swelling

Financial Impact

  • Reduce DVT Readmission rates
  • Decrease patient fall risk
  • Reduce DVT/PE legal liability
  • Reduce complications associated with anticoagulants
  • Reduce costs associated with circulating cold therapy devices

Patient Safety

  • Reduce incidence of DVT
  • Reduce complications associated with anticoagulants
  • Allows patients to be mobile during recovery
  • Increases patient compliance
  • Reduce opioid usage associated with post surgical swelling

Patient Care

  • Post-operative patient communication
  • Industry leading patient education
  • Product-specific video tutorials
  • 24-Hour Patient Care line
  • Custom patient-focused web portal

Clinical Support

  • Based on AAOS Guidelines, Mechanical Prophylaxis is the only recommended DVT Prophylaxis method that is sufficient by itself or in combination with other methods for the 3 total joint patient types listed – AAOS VTE Recommendations (2011) Rec 5, 6, 7
  • Recent studies show compression therapy with aspirin after a total joint resulted in a blood clot rate of 0% – The Journal of Arthroplasty 31 (2016) S78-S82
  • Almost without exception, the use of cold compression therapy following either acute musculoskeletal injury or orthopedic surgery results in improved clinical outcomes compared to no treatment. – Open Access Journal of Sports Medicine (2010)

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References

  • 1. Michele G. Beckman, Hooper Wc, Critchley Se, Thomas L. Ortel. Venous Thromboembolism: A Public Health Concern. Am J Prev Med. 2010 Apr;38(4 Suppl):S495-501.
  • 2. Frederick A. Anderson, Jr, Anne-Marie Audet. Preventing Deep Vein Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolism. (1998) University of Massachusetts Medical Center.
  • 3. Apfelbaum JL, Chen C, Mehta SS, Gan TJ. Postoperative pain experience: results from a national survey suggest postoperative pain continues to be undermanaged. Anesth Analg.2003 Aug;97(2):534-540.