1973 Union Blvd.
Bay Shore, New York 11706
BIO COMPRESSION 3008 LYMPHEDEMA PUMP
Model SC-3008 Sequential Circulator (HCPCS Code: E0652)
Reduce Lymphedema, Reduce Pain
The Sequential Circulator 3008 is an 8 Chamber Gradient, Sequential, Pneumatic Compression Device. It's the easiest, most cost-effective method in treating lymphedema and venous stasis ulcers associated with venous insufficiency. The Sequential Circulator 3008 is backed by the best warranty and customer service in the industry!
• Eight individual chambers with a quick 30 second inflate cycle!
• Chambers 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8 can be individually adjusted. This allows the pump to not inflate over painful wounds and scar tissue creating a higher level of compliance.
• Four levels of calibrated gradient pressure
• Bilateral Operation
The Sequential Circulator 3008 mimics the lymphatic system. Its "milking" effect promotes lymphatic flow by moving fluid in the proper physiological direction.
Segmented gradient pressure is the cornerstone in treating patients with various vascular disorders. The Sequential Circulator stimulates circulation and delivers a continuous flow. The 3008 provides effective prophylaxis for venous thrombosis.
Open wounds provide clinicians with some of the most severe challenges. The Sequential Circulator 3008 provides segmented gradient pressure, dramatically increasing circulation. Even the most stubborn wounds heal faster.
What Does it Do?
1. Reduces Pain
2. Reduces Edema
3. Mimics the Lymphatic System
4. Promotes Lymphatic Flow by Moving Fluid in the Proper Physiological Direction (distal to proximal)
5. Stimulates Circulation to Promote Wound Healing
6. Delivers Continuous Flow
7. Bilateral Operation
8. Lightweight . Portable . Easy to Use . Cost-Effective
The Sequential Circulator 3008 is indicated for:
Primary & Secondary Lymphedema:
• Postmastectomy Lymphedema
• Post Groin Dissection Lymphedema
• Congenital Lymphedema (Milroy's Disease)
• Distal or Proximal Obliteration
Venous and Lymphedema Insufficiency:
• Cural Ulcer
• Prevention of Thrombosis
Post Traumatic, Post Paralytic and other Edemas
Pneumatic compression is contraindicated for the patients with:
1. Congestive heart failure
2. Deep vein thrombosis
3. Inflammatory phlebitis or episodes of pulmonary embolism
4. Infections in the limb, including cellulitis, without appropriate antibiotic coverage
5. Presence of lymphangiosarcoma
6. Arterial Insufficiency
7. The need for an ABI (Ankle Brachial Index)
ABI (Ankle Brachial Index)
ABI is the Ankle Brachial Index test. This test is done by measuring blood pressure at the ankle and in the arm while a person is at rest. Measurements are usually repeated at both sites after 5 minutes of walking on a treadmill. The Ankle Brachial index (ABI) result is used to predict the severity of peripheral arterial disease (PAD). The Ankle Brachial Index is an important part of the vascular assessment of the lower leg and should be performed only by a skilled healthcare practitioner.
Model SC-3008 Sequential Circulator is a gradient, sequential, pneumatic compression device, intended for the primary or adjunctive treatment of primary or secondary Lymphedema. The device is intended for alternate treatment of chronic venous stasis ulcers and associated venous insufficiency, as well as general treatment of swelling of the extremities. The device is intended for home or hospital use.
HCPCS Code: E0652
• Gradient - Calibrated
• Dimensions: 5.5 x 12 x 8 (H x W x D)
• Weight: 7 lbs
• Pressure Range: 0-125mm Hg
• Electrical Rating: 120 VAC, 60 HZ, .5 A
• Cycle Time: 40 secs
• Inflation:40 secs
• Deflation: 6 secs
•Warranty for Mfr. Defect: 3 years
• Bi-lateral w/ Adaptor
• Full Arm
• Arm w/ Shoulder
• Standard and Adjustable Full Leg
• Custom Arm/Leg (2 wk mfg cycle)
• Full Leg - E0667
• Full Arm - E0668
Warranty: 1 year
for our 4 and 8 Chamber Sequential Circulator Garments
Exterior Case Cleaning Instructions:
• Clean the exterior case and tubing with a damp (not wet) cloth using a mild soap and water solution once per month or as needed.
• Do not allow liquids to enter the equipment, an electrical hazard may be presented.
• Always allow the unit to dry before re-using.
Garment Cleaning/Disinfecting Instructions:
1. Disconnect garment and tubing from device.
2. Open garment to expose all sides either by separating Velcro type hook and loop or by unzipping (depending on type of garment).
3. Use either a large sink or plastic tub able to hold enough solution (depending on size and quantity of garments) to completely submerge garment/s under water including tubing, with the exception of connectors at end of tubing. Solution should consist of 1/3 cup of Tide or equivalent detergent per 1 gallon of warm tap water. NOTE: IT IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT THAT CONNECTOR AT END OF TUBING BE KEPT OUT OF WATER AT ALL TIMES TO AVOID WATER FROM ENTERING INTERIOR PORTION OF GARMENT/S.
4. Garment/s should be soaked for 1/2 hour with mild agitation of garment every 5 to 10 minutes while keeping it below surface of water. NOTE: Occasionally, harder to remove soiling on surface of garment may require additional washing by hand with a clean towel or soft brush while submerged. In all cases, avoid using any abrasive type materials on the exterior surface of garment.
5. Thoroughly rinse garment with warm tap water.
6. Re-submerge garment in solution consisting of 1 cup of Clorox bleach per gallon of warm tap water for 1/2 hour, again agitating garment every 5 to 10 minutes while keeping garment/s below surface (with exception of tubing connector/s).
7. Rinse garment/s thoroughly and allow to air dry.
8. DO NOT place garment in washing machine or submerge in water uprotected from water entering interior portion of garment where ultimate damage to pump can occur.
9. DO NOT use the tubing or valves as "handles" for carrying, hanging or storing garment/s.
10. In cases when it is necessary for a garment to be returned to the factory for repair or evaluation, it is essential that garment/s are thoroughly cleaned and disinfected.
8 Chamber Bio Comfort Garments
Available in a variety of sizes and styles including over-the shoulder and adjustable, bio comfort garments are portable, lightweight, quiet, and easy-to-use.
Our Standard 8 Chamber Arm Garment is made of high quality 200 Denier Nylon Oxford coated with 3 mils of Polyurethane. This garment is to be used with our 3008 Model Pump.
Small (26.5”) Length
Medium (32”) Length
Large (35”) Length
Custom Sizing Available
Arm Garment with Shoulder
Our Standard 8 Chamber Arm with Shoulder Garment is made of high quality 200 Denier Nylon Oxford coated with 3 mils of Polyurethane. This garment is to be used with our 3008 Model Pump.
Small (26.5” + 8") Length
Medium (32” + 8") Length
Large (35” + 8") Length
Our Standard 8 Chamber Leg Garment is made of high quality 200 Denier Nylon Oxford coated with 3 mils of Polyurethane. This garment is to be used with our 3008 Model Pump.
Available in standard and wide:
Small (27”) Length
Medium (32”) Length
Large (36.5”) Length
Custom Sizing Available
Full Leg Garment
Our Adjustable 8 Chamber Full Leg Garment is made of high quality 200 Denier Nylon Oxford coated with 3 mils of Polyurethane. It was designed for the Difficult to Fit! Offering a Standard Mode (the flap is tucked back into the garment) and with the Expanded Mode (the flap remains outside of the garment). This garment is to be used with our 3008 Model Pump.
Available in standard and wide:
Small (27” + 8")
Medium (32” + 8")
Large (36” + 8") Length
The Lymphedema Pump is covered by most private insurers. Medicare will not cover the 3008 pump.
Please contact OJ Medtech as we are insurance reimbursement experts to determine if the 3008 Lymphedema Pump is a covered benefit with your plan.