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''True Or False'' Of Arteriovenous Foot Pump
- Jul 17, 2018 -

Because of arteriovenous pump in the prevention of deep vein thrombosis, fast limb swelling and prominent curative effect in the treatment of ischemic diseases such as diabetic foot treatment, more and more doctors and elderly patients expressed interest and demand for such equipment. Unfortunately, some people have bought devices called "arteriovenous foot pumps" that, when used, have not been shown to be effective in a variety of ways. Is it misleading or is the device cheating? Therefore, it is necessary to know the core technical feature of the arteriovenous foot pump -- millisecond high speed airflow pulse impact -- before obtaining such equipment

So-called "millisecond high-speed airflow pulse shock" is rapid impact of high-speed airflow, filling the air bags in 200-400 milliseconds (people blink an eye 300 milliseconds) within the instantaneous range from 0 to 200 MMHG set pressure rise, in short, inflate airbags milliseconds booster. According to the kinetic energy formula E=1/2m, the change in motion speed contributes to the increase of kinetic energy at a geometric level. The difference in motion speed is dozens of times, and the difference in energy is hundreds or even thousands of times. With two same size airbag complete same from 0 to 200 MMHG pressure rise, for example, one is 200 milliseconds (0.2 seconds) are filled with high speed air flow, the one is 5 seconds are filled with similar sphygmomanometer airbag filling speed, although the speed is 25 times, but the difference between the kinetic energy is 625 times. So by extension, it's not hard to understand why the systolic period of the heart is 300 milliseconds. Why the speed of vehicles in residential areas is limited, the former allows arterial blood to gain more energy and ensures that arterial blood is injected throughout the body; The latter ensures that, in the event of an accident, the energy of destruction to the human body is minimized. It can be seen that the millisecond inflating airbag enables the impacted plantar venous blood to obtain the energy needed for rapid reflux, thus ensuring the realization of clinical efficacy.

Therefore, there are either airbags attached to the feet or so-called arteriovenous foot pumps or foot pumps. If so, changing the cuff of the electronic blood pressure gauge to an airbag that fits the shape of the foot, isn't it also called a "foot pump"?

It can be seen that by defining the airbag's inflating speed and inflating mode, it is clear whether we choose the real "arteriovenous foot pump" or the "tandem great blood pressure meter" called the foot pump.