ArterioFlow® Arterial Compression

ArterioFlow® Arterial Compression

Arterial Disease, also known as Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD), is a very common circulatory disease in which the arteries in a patient’s legs and arms narrow and reduce blood flow to the extremities. Most commonly, this disease affects the legs but it also can affect the arteries that carry blood from the heart to the other major organs in the body.

Benefits of Arterial Compression:

  • Relief: Through compression, pressure can be relieved as venous blood is released from the affected limbs.
  • Rejuvenation: The limb may have less pain due to the increased arterial blood flow caused by the use of the pump.
  • Rest: Venous insufficiency from PAD can cause pain. Arterial compression therapy lets the patient rest while the device gets to work.
  • View Frequent Questions

    What is the factory default setting for the ArterioFlow® 7500?

    The factory default setting for the ArterioFlow® 7500 is 120 mmHg of pressure with a one second delay between the foot and calf, with a 20 second cycle time, and 30 minute treatment time. The user has the option to change the pressure, cycle time, and treatment time settings.

    What if the garment is too small for my calf?

    Even though the ArterioFlow® D-303R sleeve for the ArterioFlow® 7500 is a one size fits all design, a calf expander is sold separately for patients with larger legs. Simply attach the end of the expander to the Velcro end of the calf part of the sleeve, wrap around leg, and attach to the Velcro end on the other side.

    What if I only need one sleeve?

    For one sleeve treatments, a set of air blockers must be used with the ArterioFlow® 7500. The set comes with a male and female snap lock connector that must be inserted into their respective front ports that are not being used by the sleeve. The blocker set is available for sale upon request.

Billing Codes

Pump: E0675
Garment: E0699