OnPulse Technology for Edema & high irsk VTE

62%

Of venous return of walking 

Zero

Wires or leads

10 gm

Weighs just 10 gms

OnPulse™ technology stimulates the common peroneal nerve activating the calf and foot muscle pumps resulting in isometric muscle contraction and increased blood flow to prevent and treat a wide range of acute and chronic medical conditions like edema. CE Mark, FDA & HSA approved.

Clinical Papers

What is Geko?

The size of a wrist watch and worn at the knee, the battery powered, daily disposable Geko™ device gently stimulates the common peroneal nerve activating the calf and foot muscle pumps, resulting in increased blood flow in the deep veins of the calf.

how it works?

Indications for use

The geko™ device is CE marked as a medical device and its intended uses are:

  • to increase blood circulation

  • for the prevention of venous thrombosis

  • for the prevention and treatment of oedema

  • for the treatment of venous insufficiency and ischemia

Clinical applications

  • Pre-operative Edema Reduction Ankle Fracture and Hip replacement

  • Post-operative Edema Prevention

  • VTE Prevention - Acute Stroke

For clinical papers:  Please click here 

What you get

The user would receive a self uninstallable device that he / she can place on the toilet bowl. The app needs to be downloaded from the web. Detailed instructions are shipped with the packaging. Contact your clinic for additional help. 

How you use

Unpack the items carefully and follow the instructions on installation. You can refer to the simple user video here

 

Customer voices:

My use of Geko device has been a dramatic change in the result of these surgeries. For first time, after use of Geko device, we have seen patients come (back) with almost negligible edema (post TKR)

 

Dr Jason Snibbe

Orthopedic Surgeon @ Cedar Sinai & St John’s Hospital, Los Angeles

We have been very impressed using the geko device. We found it easy to use, patient like it having it applied, its silent, they can wear it through the night. 

 

Mr (Dr) Paul Baker

Orthopedic Consultant Surgeon at  NHS James Cook University Hospital

Therapists feel comfortable in mobilising the patient as they (patients) are not attached to something to their legs connected to a box.

Mr (Dr) Indira Natarajan

Consultant Stroke Physcicin and Clinical Director of Neruroscienses -  NHS Royal Stoke University Hospital
 

Clinical papers

orthopedics

Indications for use

The geko™ device is CE marked as a medical device and its intended uses are:

  • to increase blood circulation

  • for the prevention of venous thrombosis

  • for the prevention and treatment of oedema

  • for the treatment of venous insufficiency and ischemia

Clinical applications

  • Pre-operative Edema Reduction Ankle Fracture and Hip replacement

  • Post-operative Edema Prevention

  • VTE Prevention - Acute Stroke

For clinical papers:  Please click here 

What you get

The user would receive a self uninstallable device that he / she can place on the toilet bowl. The app needs to be downloaded from the web. Detailed instructions are shipped with the packaging. Contact your clinic for additional help. 

How you use

Unpack the items carefully and follow the instructions on installation. You can refer to the simple user video here