The Kendall 9525 Express Sequential Compression Device is a clinically proven modality for the prevention of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) and Pulmonary Embolism (PE). The system consists of the Kendall 9525 Express SCD controller and 2 sets of non-disposable tubing. The 9525 SCD controller is small, easy to use, and flexible. A compact, transportable design lets you decide when to plug in for therapy or to take advantage of battery-powered freedom.
Knee and Thigh length compression sleeves that are available separately plug into the hoses. These compression sleeves contain three separate bladders that deliver circumferential, sequential and gradient compression to ensure clearance of the deep veins without the risk of distal blood trapping. The compression sleeves are anatomically designed with adjustable sleeve closures and are available in several different sizes – offering a customized fit for each individual patient.
The Kendall 9525 Express Compression System – is like two Systems in one – offering the user the option of two different types of compression with one controller – leg compression and foot compression. This portable, lightweight, versatile machine is clinically proven to help reduce the incidence of deep vein thrombosis (DVT). This new system provides a number of unique treatment features for every patient, including vascular refill detection*. The SCD EXPRESS™ Compression System allows one or two limb operation. The battery operation makes the device transportable for uninterrupted protection throughout a patient’s stay in the hospital. The more active or mobile patients can continue the protection without being tethered to a wall outlet. Clinically proven, non-invasive method of prophylaxis to reduce the incidence of deep vein thrombosis. For use on patients with high risk conditions such as obesity, advanced age, malignancy, or prior thrombo-embolism. Vascular refill detection: The Kendall 9525 Express system is designed to monitor the rate at which the veins in the feet and legs refill with blood. This allows the machine to adjust compression rates in order to optimize the amount of blood flow.