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Lymphedema Sequential Pump Management

Posted by Dan Szajna on

Patients living with Lymphedema find the condition can be very difficult at times both physically and emotionally, there are many Lymphedema networks to reach out to, many therapists, nurses, doctors, and other Lymphedema patients are all a source of comfort, counsel, and inspiration, our company's goal over 30 years has been and is to help patients along with their therapists, nurses, and doctors manage the Lymphedema with the best USA made Lymphedema pump systems and USA made sleeves to help the patient cope with the lymph fluid on a daily basis, to hopefully give the patient a better quality of life, Thank You.

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Lymphedema Treatment

Lymphedema is the result of fluid accumulation in a blocked lymph channel causing pain and swelling in the arms or legs. Lymphedema is not uncommon, affecting at least 3 million Americans. Primary Lymphedema can occur at different stages in life without obvious cause. Secondary Lymphedema can develop after surgery or radiation therapy for various cancers, [...]

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Stanford University Study on Lymphedema

Falk Cardiovascular Research Center Stanford University School of Medicine 300 Pasteur Drive Stanford, California 94305-5406 - (650) 723 6141 Division of Cardiovascular Medicine Presented here are abstracts from a recently completed study by the Stanford University Center for Lymphatic and Venous Disorders. The study evaluates the use of Pneumatic Sequential Compression for the treatment of [...]

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Lymphedema Awareness

Although Lymphedema has afflicted the population for centuries, little was understood about the disease. Only in the past 10 to 15 years have clinicians begun to seriously focus on it's treatment. The lymphatic system, an offshoot of the circulatory system, develops embryologically. Fluids and protein, lipids, fat soluble vitamins, and immune cells circulate within [...]

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Compression Therapy For Treatment Of Lymphedema, Venous Insufficiency And Wound Healing

Compression Therapy For Treatment Of Lymphedema, Venous Insufficiency And Wound Healing Although Lymphedema has afflicted the population for centuries, little was understood about the disease. Only in the past ten to fifteen years have clinicians begun to seriously focus on its treatment. Lymphedema is an accumulation of lymphatic fluid that causes swelling in [...]

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Women's Health and Cancer Rights Act

On October 21, 1998, a new federal law entitled the "Women's Health and Cancer Rights Act" became effective. It requires group health plans sponsored by public and private employers to provide coverage for certain reconstructive surgery follows mastectomy. It's effective for group plans as of the first plan year beginning on or after October 21, [...]

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