Bios Living Compression Pump

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The BIOS Living Compression Pump is battery powered. It is worn on the back of the leg, approximately 2” below the knee. When turned on, a unique wave motion continually propels blood upwards, increasing lower leg circulation by 88%. The result is a substantial reduction in pain and swelling, especially in the lower legs and feet. 

The device is easy to strap onto the leg, without assistance, and can be worn comfortably for hours. It is a medically effective alternative to wearing compression stockings, but it can still be worn over compression stockings without any difficulties. 

Medical Grade Results 

For most users, alleviating swollen feet and legs is enough but the BIOS Compression Pump is a Class II medical device approved by Health Canada for the following medical conditions: 

  • Alleviates Swollen, Sore Legs, Ankles and Feet (PTS - Post Thrombotic Syndrome)
  • Prevents Blood Clots/Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
  • Treats Cramping, Burning and Tired Calves (Intermittent Claudication and Peripheral Arterial Disease)
  • Improves Symptoms of Varicose Veins
  • Treatment of Chronic Venous Insufficiency
  • Long Journeys Syndrome (Economy Class Syndrome)
  • Reduces Recovery Time After Exercise
  • Alleviates swelling from (stage 1) Lymphedema 

 

Rechargable Batteries 

The BIOS Living Compression Pump is a battery powered medical device weighing only 8oz. The robust little motor produces a small, but gentle wave motion that will pump continuously for 8 hours on a single charge. An AC/DC adaptor is included, along with two high quality “AA” NiMH, rechargable batteries.

"It's been nothing but a positive experience, I can now walk without having any cramping in my leg. It has made it possible to walk long distances in comfort, something I never thought I would be able to do again!"  - Larry H, Hamiltion, Ontario

How Long to Wear the Compression Pump

The BIOS Living Compression Pump should be worn for as long as is needed to bring the swelling under control. Swelling and chronic pain from poor circulation (medically referred to as Chronic Venous Insufficiency) is quite common, but the severity of the condition has 6 classifications and varies widely between individuals. 

The BIOS Living Compression Pump will alleviate this condition but how long you wear it for depends on individual severity; how much swelling there is and the condition on the individual's venous system (veins and valves). Some people have releif after a few hours of use, but those with severe CVI will wear it for several hours to reduce swelling. There are no harmful effects from wearing the pump.

 
"I suffer from leg and foot cramps and the pain was so intense, I would actually cry. Now I can get a full night sleep without cramps - I love my BIOS Compression Pump. It has changed my life." - Lynda V, Aurora, Ontario

 

Clinical Studies 
The BIOS Living compression pump has been thoroughly tested and proven effective in numerous clinical studies. 
 
"A very promising new therapy"
Study: Evaluation of a venous-return assist device to treat severe post thrombotic syndrome. Read more
 
"Reduced the risk of VTE by 79%"
Study: Randomized controlled trial of a new portable calf compression device. Read more
 
"In common fermoral PVF there was a 88% increase after 50 minutes."
Study: Venous-return assists device to address chronic insuffiency conditions. 
 

 

"I am a diabetic suffering from a variety of circulation issues in my lower legs. The BIOS Living Compression Pump has been a life saver, miraculously healing my sore foot and reducing the numbness and tingling I felt." - Selwyn F, Toronto, Ontario

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