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June 2016

New publication in the prestige “Journal of Arthroplasty” demonstrates that Using an IPCD and TXA and discontinuing enoxaparin and preoperative autologous blood donation eliminated blood transfusion in primary THA and [...]

June 2016

Activecare® gets additional evidence for its efficiency: New publication in the prestige “Journal of Arthroplasty” Confirming Patient Satisfaction, Safety, Efficacy and Reduction of Hospital Readmissions with ActiveCare® DVT prophylaxis Mobile [...]

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ActiveCare®+S.F.T. is a cost effective VTE prevention compared to Enoxaparin After Total Hip Arthroplasty

Cost-Effectiveness of Venous Thromboembolism Prophylaxis With a New Mobile Device After Total Hip Arthroplasty C. Colwell, M. Froimson, M. Mont, M. Ritter, R.Trousdale, K. Buehler, A. Spitzer, T. Donaldson, D. Padgett. [...]

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The use of ActiveCare® yields significant decrease in serious bleeding

Thrombosis Prevention after Total Hip Arthroplasty: A Prospective Randomized Trial Comparing a Mobile Compression Device with Low Molecular Weight Heparin C. Colwell, M. Froimson, M. Mont, M. Ritter, R.Trousdale, K. Buehler, [...]

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ActiveCare® treatment was at least 2 times more effective than enoxaparin in preventing DVT

DVT Prevention in Joint Arthroplasties: Continuous Enhanced Circulation Therapy vs. Low Molecular Weight Heparin Y. Gelfer, H. Tavor, A. Or on, A. Peer, N. Halperin, D. Robinson. The Journal of [...]

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ActiveCare® +enxoparin is more effective than IPC +enxoparin

Venous Thromboembolic Disease Reduction with a Portable Pneumatic Compression Device M. Froimson, T. Murray, A. Fazekas Journal of Arthroplasty February 2009; 24(2): 310-316 Main results: Efficacy: The replacement of the standard [...]

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ActiveCare®+Enoxaparin (vs Enoxaparin) – reduces DVT rates

Portable Compression Device and LMWH Compared with LMWH for Thromboprophylaxis after Total Joint Arthroplasty J. Edwards, P. Pulido, K. Ezzet, S. Copp, R. Walker,  C. Colwell Journal of Arthroplasty, December 2008; [...]

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Multicenter study on 3060 patients finds ActiveCare® mobile compression device to be as effective as blood thinners without bleeding complications

A Mobile Compression Device for Thrombosis Prevention in Hip and Knee Arthroplasty C. Colwell, M. Froimson, M. Mont, M. Ritter, R. Trousdale, K. Buehler, A. Spitzer, T. Donaldson, D. Padgett. The Journal [...]

More clinical studies:

Compliance in Trauma Patients
M. Murakami, T. McDill, L. Cindrick-Pounds, D. Loran, K. Woodside, W. Mileski,
G. Hunter and L. Killewich
Deep Venous Thrombosis Pophylaxis in Trauma: Improved Compliance With a Novel Miniaturized Pneumatic Compression Device
Journal of Vascular Surgery, November 2003; 38(5): 923-927

Compliance in Gynecologic Patients 
M. Kahan, C. Lord, M. Murakami, J. Lucci, L. Killewich
Deep Venous Thrombosis Prophylaxis in Gynecologic Surgery:
Improved Compliance With a Novel Miniaturized Pneumatic  Compression Device
Journal of Pelvic Medicine and Surgery, 2003; 9 (sup 1)

ActiveCare®+Enoxaparin vs Enoxaparin
G. Rosenthal, F. Umansky, S. Goldman, G. Spector, D. Varone, Y. Weiss, M. Brazis
How to Prevent Venous Thromboembolism After Brain Surgery?
Quality Saves Costs.
Hadassah Medical Center – Ein Karem, Israel

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