CircuFlow™ 5200

CircuFlow™ 5200 Lymphedema Compression Therapy

The CircuFlow™ 5200 Compression Therapy pump may help relieve painful symptoms associated with lymphedema. Intermittent gradient sequential pressure is applied through the multi-chambered garments to increase venous blood flow and provide extracellular fluid clearances for the patient.  The device’s digital LCD screen provides easy access to all of the necessary set-up information and real-time pressure readings needed during operation of the device. The CircuFlow™ 5200 is safe for patients to use in the comfort of their own homes, something that was very important to patients that need this device. Lymphedema can be a very uncomfortable, and sometimes debilitating condition for many people and this device can be a viable option for those who are looking to effectively increase their mobility and decrease their pain.

Benefits of using CircuFlow™ 5200 Compression System:

  • Unlike its counterpart, the CircuFlow™ 5150, the 5200 has a higher pressure range with the ability to reach up to 120mmHg.
  • The CircuFlow™ 5200 also has the capability to operate in two modes. In gradient mode, maximum pressure and pressure gradient are administered. In pressure mode, each chamber’s pressure can be set individually.
  • This device also features a lock that prevents the settings on the device from being accidentally changed.
  • View Frequent Questions

    What size garments do I need?

    The most important measurement is the inseam length. Find the range that your measurement falls into and that is what size you should get. For instance, if the inseam measurement is 34 inches, you should pick a large. Then you should measure the circumference around your ankle, knee, and thigh to see if you fit the standard size, wide, or extra wide size. If your measurement is not in a range, for example 27 inches, pick the size larger than that measurement, so the correct choice would be a medium sleeve since it can accommodate up to 29 inches. Please reference the CircuFlow™ Garment Measurement Chart when deciding what sleeve is necessary.

    How long will it take my garment to inflate?

    Although each pump was designed to inflate every garment within three minutes, depending on what size garment is being used, filling times will vary.

    What if I have to end my session sooner than expected?

    All of the CircuFlow™ pumps are designed with a built in deflation cycle. To end your session, press STOP at any time and the pump will deflate the sleeve for easy removal. To further deflate the sleeve, press the STOP button again to initiate another deflation cycle. This method may be used until the garment can be taken off easily. After pressing the STOP button, the pump will not resume from its therapy from where it left off.

    What is the default setting for the CircuFlow™ 5150 and the 5200 device?

    The factory default setting for the CircuFlow™ 5150 is 40 mmHg of pressure in the first chamber, with a 60 minute treatment time and 7% gradient. The user has the option to change the pressure and treatment time settings.
    The default setting for the CircuFlow™ 5200 is 45 mmHg of pressure in the first chamber, 30 minute treatment time, 7% gradient, and 30 second cycle time. The user has the option to change the pressure, gradient, cycle time, treatment time settings, and the ability to skip a chamber if necessary.

    How do I adjust pressure and time settings on the CircuFlow™ 5150 sequential compression device?

    Although the default pressure and time is set from the factory, some adjusting may be needed based on prescriptions obtained from your physician. To adjust the CircuFlow™ 5150 for personal use, press and hold the MODE button for at least 10 seconds. This will show you the customizing options. Use the ARROWS to adjust for the desired time and pressure. To exit the customizing screen, press the MODE button twice to return to the default screen. Never change your settings without first discussing with your prescribing physician.

    Why can’t I adjust the time and pressure on the CircuFlow™ 5200 sequential compression device?

    The CircuFlow™ 5200 Lymphedema pump has a built in Lock Function that the physician and/or DME distributor can initiate so that the controls cannot be tampered with. To confirm the pump has been locked, press the knob down. If you are prompted for a password, then the machine is locked. If the machine is not locked and you still cannot change the mode, pressure, or time settings. Contact your pump distributor for more information.

Billing Codes

Pump: E0652

Item Codes

Pump: P-5200