About to undergo knee surgery?
No doubt you have questions and concerns about your upcoming knee procedure.
Twenty percent of patients have thigh blisters after KNEE SURGERY
Learn why and how to avoid
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Most knee surgeons use a tourniquet for knee surgery to reduce blood loss and improve the visibility of bones, muscles, nerves, and vessels. But wide pneumatic tourniquets have been shown to pinch the skin in several places around the thigh. A narrow HemaClear® does not pinch the skin and cause blisters.
Your doctor will tell you more about possible side effects from a tourniquet.
The HemaClear® is a unique tourniquet that significantly reduces the side effects of other tourniquets, as many scientific medical studies show.
Over 1.2 million HemaClear® devices have been used in surgery, and when HemaClear® is used, there is significantly less pain after surgery, and less chance for an infection or damage to your leg.
We’ll gladly provide your surgeon with information about HemaClear®.
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