Industry Focus on DVT Compliance Post-Surgery

Better compliance produces better outcomes and protects surgeon

AORN states that as many as 25% of hospitalized surgical patients were not compliant with wearing
mechanical prophylaxis.

—Recommendation III.b.12

The AORN Recommends that the Pneumatic Compression Device be Capable of Recording Wear Time

—Recommendation III.b.12

the importance of adhering to the entire duration of prescribed VTE prophylaxis

[1: Strong Evidence]

The intermittent pneumatic compression device should remain on for a minimum of 18 hours daily during the intraoperative and immediate postoperative period unless removal is necessitated by patient care needs.

[1: Strong Evidence]

PreVent

Prevent is designed to provide the only DVT prevention device that tracks patient usage. Utilizing our proprietary technology to manage patient compliance to produce better outcomes. Providing our healthcare providers full patient reporting for record keeping and evidence based prescribing methods that you provided the highest level of DVT prevention care.

Key Findings Show the Risk of Non-Compliance

S.NO AUTHOR/YEAR NO.OF PATIENTS PATIENT CATEGORY MEDICATION GIVEN/DEVICE USED KEY FINDINGS
1 Wiznia 2019 103 DVT prophylaxis after hip and knee arthoplasty Aspirin. Enoxaparin, Warfarin, Dabigatran, Rivaroxaban 17% did not adhere to proper dosing regimen
2 Bergqvist 2012 2999 High risk orthopedic surgery Low-molecular-weight heparin, fondaparinux, vitamin K antagonis 370 patients (12.3%) were not compliant- missed more than two days of prophylaxis
3 Deakin 2010 42 Hipp and knee arthroplasty Low-molecular-weight heparin 10% of patients missed one or more doses after discharge
4 Al-Tawfiq 2011 560 DVT prophylaxis after hip and knee arthoplasty Low-molecular-weight heparin, non-pharmacological theraphy Compliance rate improved from 63% to 100% with multiple interventions by physicians
5 Cornwell 2002 227 Internal medicine patients at risk Sequential compression device Only 19% of the patients were fully compliant
6 Anglen 1998 N.A Trauma patients at risk of DVT Foot pumps 41% of the patients were not using the device properly
7 Charalambous 2003 621 Knee and hip arthroplasty Foot pumps Effective utilizastion was only see in 37.2% of cases. There was reduction in utlilization with increase in numnber of post-op days
8 Robertson 2000 224 Total joint arthroplasty Sequential compression device, foot pump 17% did not adhere to proper SCD had 73% compliance, foot pump had 77% compliance

How PreVent Increase Patient Compliance

Patient Puts on No Cost DVT Device

Device Tracks Patient Usage

Alerts Patient to Use

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