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Hauptmerkmale:

  • Klinik- und Heimtherapiegerät
  • Spezieller Therapiezyklus zur Behandlung der pAVK
  • Einsetzbar bei allen Fontaine-Stadien
  • Einfach zu bedienen
  • 1 oder 2 Beinmanschetten anschließbar
  • Einstellbare, geeichte Druckkontrolle von 80 - 120 mmHg
  • Evidenzbasierte Therapieform
  • Kostengünstig und effizient
  • CE-Zeichen
  • Hilfsmittel-Nr.: beantragt

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