Pressotherapy Devices


Prophylaxis Compression Therapy Device

Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) is one of the most common complications of bed rest, and prevention is urgently needed.


LGT-2200DVT and LGT-2201DVT are compression therapy devices comprised of intermittent pneumatic controller (main unit), sleeves and connection hose. The working principal is the air inflating and deflating the sleeve sequentially to deliver circulating pressure on the body part. Squeezing the proximal and distal points of the limb promotes blood circulation, improves lymphatic drainage and body microcirculation.


The Longest gradient pressotherapy technology is designed to decrease and prevent the risk of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) and Pulmonary Embolism (PE) before, during and after surgery, eases aches and pains and detoxifies the body.

• Gradient Pressure Setting
Ensures the patient achieves optimal therapeutic pressure and comfort during treatment

• Intermittent Pneumatic Compression

• Real-time Pressure Monitoring
Automatically fills the pressure when it is lower than the setting and stops when setting is reached

• Flexible Treatment Time
– 1 minute to 24 hours or Continuous output (LGT-2200DVT)

– 1 minute to 99 hours or Continuous output (LGT-2201DVT)


• Quick Connector
Secure hose attachments for quick and easy change

• Individually adjustable chambers (LGT-2200DVT)

• Bedside / Backside Hook (LGT-2201DVT)

• Automatic Memory of Last Setting (LGT-2201DVT)

• Screen Lock Function (LGT-2201DVT)
After 10 seconds of inactivity, the system will lock automatically to prevent misoperation



• Cerebrovascular accident brain trauma
• Brain surgery
• Orthopedic surgery
• Limb dysfunction caused by spinal cord disease
• Peripheral non-thrombosis auxiliary treatment
• Venous valve injury
• Venous thrombosis prevention
• Limb edema prevention
• Lymphedema
• Post-phlebitic and post-thrombotic syndrome (the thrombus or blood clot has been cleared or absorbed)
• Passive compression in venous pathologies
• Post-operative prophylaxis in venous thrombosis operations
• Treatment of hematomas following surgery
• Recovery of muscle tone in immobilized or disabled patients (pressotherapy replaces the manual massage for trophic purposes)