Indications for Use
- Chronic edema
- Venous insufficiency
- Wound healing
- Heart failure (acute pulmonary edema, decompensated acute heart failure)
- Acute venous disease (acute thrombophlebitis, acute deep venous thrombosis, acute pulmonary embolism)
- Severe peripheral artery disease (critical limb ischemia including ischemic rest pain, arterial wounds or gangrene)
- Active skin or limb infection/inflammatory disease (acute cellulitis, other uncontrolled skin or untreated inflammatory skin disease)
- Active cancer (cancer that is currently under treatment, but not yet in remission)
- Any circumstance where increased lymphatic or venous return is undesirable
Entré System User Guide
Traveling with your Entré System
Patients may travel with any device that is medically necessary and can go through the x-ray screening process. Tactile Medical recommends patients traveling with their device do the following:
- Carry on their controller and power cord. Patients may pack any garments/sleeves in their checked luggage.
- Bring their user guide and prescription card with them to better help explain what the device does to a TSA agent.
- Take the controller out of the carry on, as is done with a laptop.
- Be prepared to turn the device on and show a TSA agent how the device works, if asked to do so.
Additional Helpful Information:
- The device will operate from 100 – 240 volts, 50/60 Hz, working nearly anywhere in the world without the need for a transformer or voltage converted. If traveling outside the U.S., a plug adapter may be necessary, and can be purchased at a retail store. Tactile Medical does not supply plug adapters.
- Websites such as www.tsa.gov, or the equivalent agency in your destination country may be able to give your more information.
- The following FDA website link show our products have been cleared to market in the U.S.: http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/cdrh_docs/pdf14/K143185.pdf
- If you have any additional questions, please contact Tactile Medical at 866.435.3948.