About to undergo knee surgery?

No doubt you have questions and concerns about your upcoming knee procedure.

Tourniquet pain is an adverse effect that slows recovery after KNEE SURGERY in 40% of patients

How can tourniquet pain after surgery be avoided?

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Most tourniquet pain is caused by the wide size of pneumatic tourniquets. Wide tourniquets compress a lot of muscle and compressed muscles cause pain.

Additionally, they can cause blisters on the skin and have a greater chance of damaging nerves in the leg. Your doctor can tell you more about possible side effects from a tourniquet.

The unique design of HemaClear® significantly reduces the side effects of other tourniquets, as many scientific medical studies show. The narrow profile of HemaClear® and it’s placement high on the leg avoid compressing muscles and nerves or causing blisters on the skin.

Over 1.2 million HemaClear® devices have been used in surgery.

We’ll gladly provide your surgeon with information about HemaClear®.

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