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    Intermittent thigh compressive therapy

    GP1 Gradient Pump®

    P.A.D. Peripheral Artery Disease

    Diabetic foot:​ ulcers, infections, amputation‌

    Painful leg cramps during walking and at night

    Diabetic patients with limited blood flow

    GP1

    Unlike traditional devices, GP1 uses a new sleeve® to the thigh that avoids pain during the treatment

     

    SEVERE PAD

    Mixed leg ulcers.
    Unbearable pains

    COMPRESSIVE THIGH THERAPY

    Patented sleeve that avoids pain
    during the treatment

    PAIN RELIEF

    From the very first sessions,
    GP1 improves the healing process

    CURRENT THERAPEUTIC METHOD

    In severe PAD cases, SFC devices (Sequential Foot Calf) increase the foot oxygenation but at the same time, causing severe pain due to the compression on the foot and calf damaged tissues (ulcers and infections).

    Metodo Terapeutico Attuale

    The Innovation – GP1 Gradient Pump®

    Why GP1

    NO PAIN
    DURING THE TREATMENT

    The sleeve is applied on the thigh where there are no damaged tissues

    SHORTER
    TREATMENT TIME

    With more patients compliance to complete the treatments cycle

    +20% OF
    BLOOD FLOW

    The compressive effect on the femoral vein is more effective than the one on foot-calf

    GP1 Gradient Pump®
    GIVES PAIN RELIEF FROM THE VERY FIRST THERAPY SESSIONS

    Oxygen delivery in the foot tissues

    Grafico

    The better performance of GP1 is clear

    VAS pain scale

    Clinical pictures and data published in Veins and Lymphatics 2016; volume 5:5266

    RESULTS

    Before GP1

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    After GP1

    After GP1

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    After GP1

    After GP1

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    After GP1

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    MEDICAL EVIDENCE

    The amazing GP1 results are possible thanks to a long randomized control trial completed at the Vascular Disease Center, University of Ferrara, Italy. The trial is already published on important medical journals.

    A novel concept of pneumatic pump in the outpatient...

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    Acute oxygenation changes on ischemic foot...

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    MDD CERTIFICATES

    CE Certificate | CE Declaration of conformity