What is the Circulator Boot?
The Circulator Boot™ system includes the Mini-Boot and Long-Boot Valve.
Mini-Boot, Valve Assembly and Heart Monitor.
Long-Boot, Valve Assemble and Heart Monitor.
|A heart monitor to detect the QRS complex of the EKG and to appropriately time boot compressions in the end portion of the heart cycle;|
|A rapid action valve assembly capable of both pressurizing and exhausting the boots within a fraction of a second;|
|Rigid, adjustable long boots to enclose the leg from groin to toes;|
|Disposable double-walled plastic bags to enclose the chosen portion of the leg and to contain the compressed air;|
|Rigid Miniboots to enclose the foot and ankle for patients requiring distal treatment only;|
|Fluted lower leg legging to extend the Miniboot treatment as high as the knee.|
The Circulator Boot is not a garment to wear home. It is an equipment system designed to compress chosen portions of the leg in the end-diastolic portion of the heart cycle in a series of treatments each commonly lasting 40 minutes. For optimal effects, the equipment must be used as described in its manual. Modifications by the user are not recommended and are the responsibility of the user.
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How does the Circulator Boot differ from other boots?
* U.S Reg. No. 2,452,741
European Community Trademark Reg. No. 001509066