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At Portea, we specialize in providing comprehensive healthcare services, DVT Pump rental and sales to meet the needs of patients. DVT Pumps are specialized pneumatic compression devices designed to prevent the occurrence of deep vein thrombosis (DVT), a potentially life-threatening condition. By exerting pressure and improving blood flow in the veins of the limbs, these pumps help prevent blood clot formation.

Our range of DVT Pumps includes the Cirona 6200, a state-of-the-art model is known for its lightweight construction and exceptional effectiveness. This model has two additional features compared to its predecessor: a rechargeable battery for convenient portability and a detachable power cord for added ease of use. The US FDA approves the Cirona 6200 and provides treatment that enhances circulation, lowering the risk of clotting.

Operating on a 60-second automatic cycle, the Cirona 6200 follows a pattern of around 12 seconds of inflation followed by 48 seconds of relaxation, mimicking the natural walking mechanism of the body. This inflation and relaxation sequence contribute to improved circulation and help prevent early blood clotting.

The Cirona 6200 is designed for proactive use, enhancing 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 critical condition where a blood clot forms in a vein deep inside the body. If the clot becomes dislodged and travels to an artery in the lungs, it can block blood flow, leading to severe complications.

At Portea, we prioritize patient safety and provide the necessary equipment and support for individuals requiring DVT Pump therapy. Contact us to discuss your needs and find the most suitable solution for preventing deep vein thrombosis and improving your overall well-being.

Indication of Usage: 

The DVT machine is advisable for individuals with the following:


Some of the top features of the Devon DVT pump are:

  • 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.


Product Specifications
Inflation Cycle12 seconds
Rest Period48 seconds
Cycle Time60 seconds
Electrical100 – 240 VAC, 50/60Hz
BatteryLithium Battery, 10.8 V, 4400mAh (rechargeable)
Fuse Rated250 VAC, 1.0 AMP (SLO-BLO)
Protection Against Electric ShockClass II
Operation ModeContinuous
Protection against WaterIPXO
Pressure range Foot Garment130 ± 10mmHg
Uniform DVT calf and calf Thigh Garments range35 – 65 ± 5mmHg

Technical specifications:

  • Rapid inflammation and graduated sequential compression. along with asymmetric compression
  • Comes with disposable/reusable cuffs

Other specifications:

  •  Brands: BCOS, Devon, Aircast, Phlebopress


  • Dimensions – 4”(W) X 7”(L) X 11”(H)
  • Weight – 5.1 lbs (2.3 kg)



How long should a DVT pump be used?

The duration of DVT pump use depends on the individual’s risk factors, medical condition, and response to treatment. Typically, DVT pumps are used for several days to several weeks or months, depending on the recommendation of a healthcare professional.

When do you use a DVT pump?

DVT pumps are used to prevent and treat deep vein thrombosis (DVT), a condition in which blood clots form in the deep veins of the legs. DVT pumps are typically used for people with an increased risk of DVT, such as those who have recently had surgery, are bedridden for long periods, or have certain medical conditions such as cancer or heart disease.

What is the standard pressure for a DVT pump?

The standard pressure for a DVT pump varies depending on the specific device and the patient’s needs. Typically, pressure in deep vein thrombosis medical devices ranges from 30 to 80 mmHg (millimetres of mercury). However, it is essential to consult with a healthcare professional to determine the appropriate pressure setting for each individual.

Does DVT affect blood pressure?

DVT does not directly affect blood pressure. Blood pressure is a measurement of the force of blood against the artery walls, while DVT is a blood clot that forms in a vein. However, if a DVT breaks free and travels to the lungs, causing a pulmonary embolism, it can affect blood pressure and potentially lead to severe complications.

If you have any concerns about your blood pressure or DVT, please consult with a healthcare professional.

Can a DVT pump be used at home?

Yes, a DVT pump can be used at home. Many DVT pump machines are specifically designed for home use. DVT pumps are relatively easy to use, and most people can learn to use them safely and effectively with proper training from a healthcare professional.

Where can I request the delivery of my DVT pump?

You can receive delivery of the DVT pump in Bangalore, DVT pump in Delhi, DVT pump in Mumbai, DVT pump in Hyderabad, and other top cities in India. Rent or purchase DVT pump online from BCOS, Devon, Aircast, Phlebopress on Portea Medical Equipment, and it will be delivered to your doorstep.

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