Genital or Abdomen Lymphedema
* Primary lymphedema
* Secondary lymphedema
* Venous insufficiency
* Venous stasis ulcers
* Dysfunction of the muscle pump
Use of pneumatic compression therapy systems is not recommended in the presence of any of the following conditions:
- Known or suspected deep vein thrombosis or pulmonary embolism
- During the inflammatory phlebitis process
- Acute infection of the affected limb, start antibiotics
- Decompensated cardiac failure/ congestive heart failure
- Severe arteriosclerosis or other ischemic vascular disease
- Any circumstance where increased venous and lymphatic return is undesirable
See the User Manual for additional notes and precautions.
CAUTION: THIS IS A PRESCRIPTION-ONLY DEVICE. USA Federal law restricts this device to sale and use by, or on the order of, a physician.
Lower limb lymphedema can be associated with lymphedema in the torso, groin or abdomen. Until now, manual massage has been the only option for torso therapy. Manual massage is time consuming and expensive. For cases of severe lymphedema, manual massage is not enough. Lympha Pants™ torso treatment treats the entire lower body, including the groin and abdomen up to the chest.
Lympha Pants™ contain 24 overlapping compression cells and treat the entire lower body, including the abdomen and groin area, while providing complete bilateral treatment of the lower limbs. Lympha Pants™ are ideal for treatment of truncal, abdominal and genital lymphedema, and for prevention of genital lymphedema in patients who may be susceptible. The unique "one size fits all" design means we can provide this important treatment to patients of almost every shape and size. The adjustable boot feature supports and treats the foot in a comfortable, neutral position
Use the Lympha Pants™ for:
- Lymphedema with groin, abdomen or torso swelling
- History of genital lymphedema
- Bilateral leg lymphedema
- Unilateral leg lymphedema with spillover to the healthy limb
- Intractable lower limb lymphedema that has not responded to other forms of treatment
Covered by Insurance
When properly prescribed by a physician or qualified healthcare provider, Medicare, workers' compensation, and many private insurance plans will cover the pneumatic compression pump.