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Rental Knee Walker – EssentialSold By : Scooter Rental Orlando Parks

$60.00

Rental Knee Walker – Essential ,

A Knee Walker or Knee Scooter is a three or four-wheeled alternative to crutches or a traditional walker as an ambulation aid. It is known by many other names, such as a knee cruiser, knee caddy, orthopedic scooter, podiatry scooter or leg walker.

Over the years it has taken on many forms, from small-wheeled devices suitable for indoor use to larger sturdier units capable of use outside on grass or paved surfaces. Today’s version is usually a lightweight, foldable design that, with the knee flexed, supports the shin of the unusable limb. The opposite foot makes contact with the floor or ground, providing propulsion.

The objective of the scooter is to create a safe, comfortable, and easy-to-maneuver alternative to the traditional crutch. Prior to its introduction, those experiencing foot surgery, bunionectomies, gout, below the knee amputations, diabetic ulcers and wounds, as well as foot sprains, or fractures had no choice but to limit activity during rehabilitation. Their only options were crutches, a traditional walker, a wheelchair or bed rest.

The scooter does have limitations that may make it unsuitable for some patients, such as those with leg injuries above or near the knee. It cannot negotiate stairs, and is significantly heavier and more difficult to load into a vehicle than crutches.

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$60.00

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Rental ThermoTek VascuTherm 4 UnitSold By : Scooter Rental Orlando Parks

$795.00

Rental ThermoTek VascuTherm 4 Unit

ThermoTek VascuTherm 4 Thermal Compression Therapy System provides the total solution to DVT/VTE patient management. Completely redesigned with physician driven, customizable therapy profiles, the VascuTherm 4 offers the patient highly effective DVT prophylaxis with intermittent compression.

The VascuTherm™ 4 therapy system is capable of performing therapies for the following:

Pneumatic Compression Therapy for the prevention of DVT and PE:

DVT Compression therapy is used in combination with specially designed therapy wraps to transfer pressure to the calf or foot using compressed air. The preset inflation and deflation cycle of the VascuTherm 4 therapy system simulates natural walking action. This increases blood flow to the heart through the veins of the lower extremities to reduce the risk of clot formation.

Pneumatic Compression Therapy for the Management of Post-Surgical Edema and Lymphedema:

Compression therapy provides compressed air to the therapy wrap and transfers pressure to the treatment site. This added external pressure aids in reducing the pooling of blood and lymphatic fluid in the targeted extremity. The compression treatment provided by the unit uses a preset pressure setting and cycle time

Cold Therapy:

Cold Therapy passes cool fluid through the wrap for the management of pain, discomfort and swelling. If prescribed, Cold therapy can be used in combination with Pneumatic Compression therapy. Temperature range 43 degrees F to 50 degrees F.

Heat Therapy:

Heat Therapy passes 105 degree F fluid through the wrap for the management of pain and discomfort. If prescribed, Heat therapy can be used in combination with Pneumatic Compression therapy.

Thermal Contrast Therapy:

Thermal Contrast Therapy passes fluid through the wrap in an alternating cycle of Cool-Heat-Cool-Heat for the management of pain, discomfort and swelling. During Thermal Contrast Therapy, the unit will cool down the circulating fluid to 49°F for twenty (20) minutes and then heat up to 105°F for ten (10) minutes. This cycle is repeated until the prescribed duration of treatment is completed.

Treatment Modalities

Precise Temperature Control

  • Cold:  43° F to 50°F
  • Heat: 105°F

Compression Therapy (3 settings)

  • Low: 15 mmHg
  • Medium: 30 mmHg
  • High: 50 mmHg

DVT Prophylaxis Therapy

  • Calf: cycles at 45 mmHg
  • Foot: cycles at 100 mmHg

Proprietary, Integrated Compression with DVT Prophylactic Therapy

Thermoelectric Cooling/Heating – No Ice Required!

Operating Fluid: 90% Distilled Water/10% Isopropyl Alcohol

Specifications

Weight:  9.5 lbs.
Dimensions:  9.81” W x 9.88” H x 8.75” D
Umbilical Hose Length: 5 feet
Hospital Grade Power Cord
Safety: IEC 60601-1; IEC 60601-1-2
FDA 510K

Indications

Pain:

Localized thermal therapy (hot or cold) for post traumatic and post-surgical and/or medical conditions.

Edema:

Reduction of edema associated with soft tissue injuries such as burns, post-operative edema and ligament sprains

DVT Prophylaxis:

Decrease the risk of deep venous thrombosis (DVT)

Lymphedema:

Treatment of disorders associated with vascular or lymphatic insufficiency such as Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI), venous stasis ulcers, post-mastectomy edema and chronic lymphedema.

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$795.00

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Rental ThermoTek VascuTherm 5 UnitSold By : Scooter Rental Orlando Parks

$795.00

Rental ThermoTek VascuTherm 5 Unit

ThermoTek VascuTherm 5 Thermal Compression Therapy System provides the total solution to DVT/VTE patient management. Completely redesigned with physician driven, customizable therapy profiles, the VascuTherm 5 offers the patient highly effective DVT prophylaxis with intermittent compression.

The VascuTherm™ 5 therapy system is capable of performing therapies for the following:

Pneumatic Compression Therapy for the prevention of DVT and PE:

DVT Compression therapy is used in combination with specially designed therapy wraps to transfer pressure to the calf or foot using compressed air. The preset inflation and deflation cycle of the VascuTherm 5 therapy system simulates natural walking action. This increases blood flow to the heart through the veins of the lower extremities to reduce the risk of clot formation.

Pneumatic Compression Therapy for the Management of Post-Surgical Edema and Lymphedema:

Compression therapy provides compressed air to the therapy wrap and transfers pressure to the treatment site. This added external pressure aids in reducing the pooling of blood and lymphatic fluid in the targeted extremity. The compression treatment provided by the unit uses a preset pressure setting and cycle time

Cold Therapy:

Cold Therapy passes cool fluid through the wrap for the management of pain, discomfort and swelling. If prescribed, Cold therapy can be used in combination with Pneumatic Compression therapy. Temperature range 43 degrees F to 49 degrees F.

Heat Therapy:

Heat Therapy passes 105 degree F fluid through the wrap for the management of pain and discomfort. If prescribed, Heat therapy can be used in combination with Pneumatic Compression therapy.

Thermal Contrast Therapy:

Thermal Contrast Therapy passes fluid through the wrap in an alternating cycle of Cool-Heat-Cool-Heat for the management of pain, discomfort and swelling. During Thermal Contrast Therapy, the unit will cool down the circulating fluid to 49°F for twenty (20) minutes and then heat up to 105°F for ten (10) minutes. This cycle is repeated until the prescribed duration of treatment is completed.

Treatment Modalities

Precise Temperature Control

  • Fluid Therapy Temperature Range between 43°F – 49°F to 105°F

Compression Therapy (3 settings)

  • Treatment for Edema and Lymphedema in the Upper and Lower Extremities with alternating compression; choice of Low (15 mmHg), Med (30 mmHg) or High (50 mmHg).

DVT Prophylaxis Therapy

  • Compression Modality to reduce the risk of DVT formation on the Calf (45mmHg compression) and Foot (100 mmHg compression).

Programmable Therapies
User-Friendly Interface
110-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz Operation
Easy to use and read Touch Screen Display
Quiet Operation

Specifications

Weight:  18.75 lbs.
Dimensions:  6.6” W x 13.2” H x 12” D
Umbilical Hose Length: 7 feet
Hospital Grade Power Cord
Safety: IEC 60601-1
Operating Fluid: 90% Distilled Water/10% Isopropyl Alcohol

Indications

Pain:

Localized thermal therapy (hot or cold) for post traumatic and post-surgical medical and/or surgical conditions.

Edema:

Reduction of edema associated with soft tissue injuries such as burns, post-operative edema and ligament sprains. Treat and assist healing of cutaneous ulceration (wounds), reduce healing time, enhance arterial circulation (blood flow), reduce compartmental pressures, reduce edema (swelling), reduce the need for anticoagulant (blood thinning) medications.

DVT Prophylaxis:

Decrease the risk of deep venous thrombosis (DVT). Aids the blood flow back to the heart.

Lymphedema:

Treatment of disorders associated with vascular or lymphatic insufficiency such as Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI), venous stasis ulcers, post-mastectomy edema and chronic lymphedema.

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$795.00

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Rental DVT PumpSold By : Scooter Rental Orlando Parks

$450.00

Rental DVT Pump ,

Intermittent pneumatic compression is a therapeutic technique used in medical devices that include an air pump and inflatable auxiliary sleeves, gloves or boots in a system designed to improve venous circulation in the limbs of patients who suffer edema or the risk of deep vein thrombosis (DVT) or pulmonary embolism

In use, an inflatable jacket (sleeve, glove or boot) encloses the limb requiring treatment, and pressure lines are connected between the jacket and the air pump. When activated, the pump fills the air chambers of the jacket in order to pressurize the tissues in the limb, thereby forcing fluids, such as blood and lymph, out of the pressurized area. A short time later, the pressure is reduced, allowing increased blood flow back into the limb.

The primary functional aim of the device “is to squeeze blood from the underlying deep veins, which, assuming that the valves are competent, will be displaced proximally.” When the inflatable sleeves deflate, the veins will replenish with blood. The intermittent compressions of the sleeves will ensure the movement of venous blood.

Sequential compression devices (SCD) utilize sleeves with separated areas or pockets of inflation, which works to squeeze on the appendage in a “milking action.” The most distal areas will initially inflate, and the subsequent pockets will follow in the same manner.

Sequential calf compression and graduated compression stockings are currently the preferred prophylaxis in neurosurgery for the prevention of DVT and pulmonary embolism, sometimes in combination with low molecular weight heparins or unfractionated heparin.

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$450.00

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Rental Transport Chair – Leg Rests – LightweightSold By : Scooter Rental Orlando Parks

$70.00

Rental Transport Chair – Leg Rests – Lightweight ,

Attendant-propelled chairs (or transport wheelchairs) are designed to be propelled by an attendant using the handles, and thus the back wheels are rimless and often smaller. These chairs are often used as 'transfer chairs' to move a patient when a better alternative is unavailable, possibly within a hospital, as a temporary option, or in areas where a user's standard chair is unavailable.

These chairs are commonly seen in airports, theme parks and attractions. Special airplane transfer chairs are available on most airlines, designed to fit narrow airplane aisles and transfer wheelchair-using passengers to and from their seats on the plane.

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$70.00

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