The Covidien Kendall SCD 700 is a device used to provide gradient sequential compression therapy. It is used to help improve blood flow and prevent blood clots in the legs, and is often used in medical facilities to help reduce the risk of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) in patients who are immobilized for long periods of time.
The Covidien Kendall SCD 700 is a medical device used for gradient sequential compression therapy. It is designed to help improve blood circulation and prevent blood clots in the legs. The device operates by applying adjustable pressure to the legs through a series of inflatable cuffs.
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5 Best Things:
- Improves blood circulation: The SCD 700 helps improve blood flow in the legs, reducing the risk of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT).
- Portable: The device is compact and easy to transport, making it ideal for use in a variety of medical settings.
- Safe and effective: The SCD 700 is equipped with safety features to ensure its safe and effective operation, including adjustable pressure and automatic shut-off.
- Easy to use: The device is simple to operate and requires minimal setup, making it ideal for use by healthcare professionals and patients alike.
- Adjustable pressure: The SCD 700 features adjustable pressure settings, allowing for custom compression therapy tailored to the needs of each patient.