Raising the Standard of DVT Prevention

When Portability is the Priority

VenaPro Features

When portability is the priority your solution is VenaPro, designed for optimal patient comfort and compliance.

Easy One Touch Operation

VenaPro helps prevent dangerous blood clots deep inside the leg, during and post-surgery with its easy one touch operation.

Integrated Cool Care Technology

ICCRT is patent pending technology that circulates air around the patient’s leg keeping it cool during therapy.


VenaPro weighs less than a pound and portable while improving patient discomfort.

Easy One Touch Operation

Self-Contained, Lithium-Ion powered pneumatic compression device that allows for better compliance with increased patient mobility.

Single Patient Use

VenaPro protects the patient from rental or return fees, is for single patient use and reusable.

No External Hoses

Other devices require tubing, which presents a tripping hazard and is inconvenient to use and manage. Additionally, such devices usually lack true portability.

DVT is a leading cause of preventable death in the US

It has been estimated that 10% of hospital deaths are due to pulmonary embolism (PE). Therefore, VTE is considered the number one cause of preventable death among hospitalized patients.1

Raising the Standard of DVT Prevention

Help reduce your patients’ risk of post-op DVT with comfortable, effective at-home prevention. VenaPro® is the first truly portable, one-button rechargeable system designed for the home setting. In addition to aiding in the prevention of DVT, VenaPro can be used as an aid in DVT prophylaxis by persons expecting to be stationary for long periods of time. VenaPro also can help enhance blood circulation, help diminish post-operative pain and swelling, help reduce wound healing time, and aid in the treatment and healing of stasis dermatitis, venous stasis ulcers, arterial and diabetic leg ulcers, chronic venous insufficiency, and reduction of edema in the lower limbs.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Is Venapro supposed to inflate and deflate?

The pump will inflate each leg cuff to a preset pressure of 55 mmhg and deflate once the pressure is reached. The cycles are repeated on each unit until the power is turned off.

Should Venapro feel warm at times?

The device housing may emit minor warmth during use or during charging, this is not cause for concern. If the device becomes HOT to touch, discontinue use and contact us by phone 888-963-6265.

Is Venapro approved for air travel?

Yes, our products are approved by the TSA.

How long does it take to charge the Venapro?

While powered off, it takes 4 hours to charge from depleted state.

How long does it take to charge my Venapro system?

While powered off, it takes approximately 4 hours to charge from depleted state.

How long does the Venapro battery last?

When powered on and continuously operating, the battery life from full-capacity to total depletion can last up to 20 hours. Altitude, hot, and/or cold temperatures can affect battery life. Avoid extreme temperatures.

When/How long should I wear the device?

Wear it anytime you are sitting or sleeping more than one hour. The greatest risk occurs when you are not moving, so feel free to use it as much as you like.

Can the device be worn while it charges?

While Venapro does allow for the device to operate while it is charging, we advise against this. Operating the device(s) while charging may result in inefficient and longer charging time and could result in harm to the battery. Use only the charger that is included within your package.

Do I need to return the device?

No, the device is yours to keep. There is no need to return the device. In the event a device needs to be returned, our Patient Care Coordinator will contact you.

What should I do if one of the devices doesn’t keep the full charge, or the device seems to be malfunctioning?

Please continue wearing the functioning device on the affected leg (surgery leg) and call 888-963-6265 to see if we can help troubleshoot the problem. If the troubleshooting is unsuccessful, the patient/caregiver may pick up a new one at the clinic, or we will ship a new device to you.

How do I clean the device?

Wipe down with a damp cloth, mild soap and water. Do not submerge the device in water. Do not expose the housing box or any of the mechanical / electrical components to water.

What if the device is not inflating properly?

If you feel the device isn’t inflating properly, first check that the device is properly secured to your leg. Proper usage should have the entire garment of the device fitting snugly around your leg. To ensure proper fit, follow the instructions in the quick start guide and/or the instructions for use.

Upon confirming proper fit, if you feel that the device is still inflating improperly, remove the device from your leg, connect it to the power supply cord included within your package and allow the device to charge for a minimum of 3 hours. Prior to charging, please inspect the charging cord for defects, according to the steps listed in “What should I do if my device does not appear to be charging when connected to the power supply and/or will not hold a charge after it has charged?“. Once you have allowed the device to recharge, reapply the device to your leg according to the directions listed in Step 1, power on and allow the device to operate for 5 minutes. If the inflation issues still persist, please contact customer service to request a replacement.

What do the indicator lights mean?

Battery icon: Remains illuminated at all times during operation.
Solid Green All Three Bars: 100% battery life remaining.
Solid Green Two Bars: 68% to 100% battery life remaining, when charging in use or sleep mode, third bar pulses until fully charged.
Solid Green One Bar: 33% battery life remaining, second and third bar pulses alternately until 100% charged when charging in use or sleep mode.
Flashing Yellow Bar: Power Button will flash Yellow, and “BL” quickly flashes on the LED display. The battery will last 30- 60 minutes or less.
Flashing RED Bar: Battery will last five minutes or less. “BC” quickly flashes on the LED display until auto connected while the device is in use.If lights continue to flash: make sure the wrap is snug around the calf. Turn the Circul8 Max unit off, and then power the Circul8 Max unit back on. If the unit continues to flash lights and the default pressure is not reached, please call 1-888-767-0015.

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