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The geko™ device

The geko™ device significantly increases blood flow, about 60% of that achieved by continuous walking. Enhancing blood flow is central to the healing process as the lack of blood flow can be a root cause of wounds. By improving blood flow, edema is managed, pain is often mitigated and even the toughest of wounds begin healing.

Consider the geko™ device:

  • In the management of lower leg edema that is contributing to reported pain

  • In the management of stalled, chronic lower leg wounds that are not progressing along the expected healing trajectory

  • In wounds that can be predicted to be slow in healing from the onset

  • In conjunction with compression or when compression cannot be tolerated

  • For patients with fixed ankle joints, those who are bedridden or those with limited mobility

 

Perfuse Medtec is the exclusive Canadian distributor of the geko™ device. This 10g, self-contained, wearable adheres to the side of the leg to activate the lower leg muscle pumps. Pain free stimulation of the common peroneal nerve is the simple mechanism behind the performance. www.gekodevices.com

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