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At Portea, we specialize in providing comprehensive healthcare services, including home care nurses, doctor consultations, physiotherapy at home, and professional caretakers for your convenience. We also offer DVT Pumps, specifically designed compression pumps to prevent deep vein thrombosis (DVT), a potentially life-threatening condition. Our featured model is the CIRONA 6200 by the trusted brand, DEVON, falling under the Orthopaedic category. Trust us for your healthcare needs and optimal DVT prevention.


At Portea, we specialize in providing comprehensive healthcare services, including renting and selling DVT Pumps to support patients who require them. DVT Pumps are pneumatic compression devices designed to prevent the occurrence of deep vein thrombosis (DVT), a potentially life-threatening condition. By delivering pressure and increasing blood flow in the venous system of the limbs, these pumps help prevent blood clot formation.

Our range of DVT Pumps includes the Cirona 6200, a lightweight and highly effective model. It is equipped with two additional features compared to its predecessor: a rechargeable battery for portable therapy and a detachable power cord for added convenience. The Cirona 6200 is US FDA-approved and delivers treatment that enhances circulation, reducing the risk of clotting.

Using a pressure system with DVT sleeves or cuffs, DVT Pumps apply pressure to the calf, thigh, or foot, increasing blood velocity in the deep veins. This reduces stasis and promotes fibrinolysis, which helps prevent and break down blood clots.

The Cirona 6200 operates through a 60-second automatic cycle, with approximately 12 seconds of inflation followed by a 48-second relaxation period, mimicking the body’s natural walking functionality. This inflation and relaxation pattern enhances circulation and prevents early blood clotting.

The Cirona 6200 is intended for preventative use to increase venous blood flow in patients at risk of deep vein thrombosis due to various factors, including trauma, critical care, general medicine, general surgery, neurological, orthopaedic, urologic, obstetric conditions, and treatments.

Deep vein thrombosis is a potentially life-threatening condition where a blood clot forms in a vein deep inside the body. If the blood clot dislodges and travels to an artery in the lungs, it can block blood flow, leading to serious complications.

At Portea, we prioritize patient safety and provide the necessary equipment and support for individuals who require DVT Pump therapy. Contact us to discuss your requirements and find the best solution to prevent deep vein thrombosis and promote your well-being.


  • The quiet and vibration-free pump allows patients to rest without disturbance.
  • Audible and visual alarms ensure prompt detection of system faults.
  • Choice of calf or thigh garments for personalized treatment.
  • Comfortable polyfoam backing promotes breathability and prevents sweating.
  • Easy-to-use hook and loop fastener for snug and adjustable fit on various leg sizes.
  • Snap-lock connectors facilitate easy attachment of garments to the pump and prevent accidental disconnection.


  • Inflation Cycle: 12 seconds
  • Rest Period: 48 seconds
  • Cycle Time: 60 seconds
  • Pressure: 40mmHg
  • Electrical: 100 – 240 VAC, 50/60Hz
  • Battery: Lithium Battery, 10.8 V, 4400mAh (rechargeable)
  • Fuse Rated: 250 VAC, 1.0 AMP (SLO-BLO)
  • Protection Against Electric Shock: Class II
  • Operation Mode: Continuous
  • Protection against Water: IPXO
  • Pressure range Foot Garment: 130 ± 10mmHg
  • Uniform DVT calf and calf Thigh Garments range: 35 – 65 ± 5mmHg


DIMENSIONS- 4”(W) X 7”(L) X 11”(H)

WEIGHT- 5.1 lbs.


1. How long should a DVT pump be used?

The duration of DVT pump usage depends on individual circumstances and the recommendation of a healthcare professional. Typically, DVT pumps are used for a prescribed period, ranging from several days to several weeks or months, depending on the patient’s condition and treatment plan. I

t is important to follow the guidance the healthcare provider provides regarding the duration and frequency of DVT pump usage to ensure effective prevention and management of deep vein thrombosis.

2. When do you use a DVT pump?

A DVT pump is used to prevent and treat deep vein thrombosis (DVT). It is typically utilized when there is an increased risk of blood clots forming in the deep veins, such as after surgery, during periods of immobility, or for individuals with certain medical conditions. The DVT pump helps improve blood circulation by applying intermittent pressure to the limbs, reducing the risk of clot formation and promoting healthy blood flow.

3. What is the standard pressure for a DVT pump?

The standard pressure for a DVT pump may vary depending on the specific device and the patient’s needs. Typically, the pressure settings on a DVT pump range from around 30 to 80 mmHg (millimetres of mercury). However, it is essential to note that a healthcare professional should determine the pressure setting based on the patient’s condition, risk factors, and treatment plan. Following the prescribed pressure settings is essential for the safe and effective use of the DVT pump.

4. Does DVT affect BP?

Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) does not directly affect blood pressure (BP). DVT refers to the formation of blood clots in the deep veins, usually in the legs. On the other hand, blood pressure is a measurement of the force exerted by circulating blood against the walls of the blood vessels. 

However, if a blood clot breaks free from a DVT and travels to the lungs, causing a pulmonary embolism, it can affect blood pressure and potentially lead to severe complications. If you have concerns about your blood pressure or DVT, it is advisable to consult a healthcare professional for a thorough evaluation and appropriate management.

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