Clinical Studies

Supporting PCDs

Incidence of symptomatic, image-confirmed venous thromboembolism following hospitalization for COVID-19 with 90-day follow-up READ ARTICLE >

Efficacy in Deep Vein Thrombosis Prevention with Extended Mechanical Compression Device Therapy and Prophylactic Aspirin Following Total Knee Arthroplasty: A Randomized Control Trial READ ARTICLE >

A Mobile Compression Device for Thrombosis Prevention in Hip and Knee Arthroplasty READ ARTICLE >

Randomized controlled trial of a new portable calf compression device for prevention of venous thrombosis in high-risk neurosurgical patients READ ARTICLE >

The efficacy of a new portable sequential compression device in preventing venous stasis READ ARTICLE >

DVT prevention is important for many physicians, especially in high-risk patients such as those undergoing certain surgeries, high-risk pregnancies, and those with poor circulation or a history of DVT. Physicians worry that the side effects of Rx medications often used for DVT prevention may outweigh their benefit. 

We have the solution! Our take-home DVT prevention device that may generate reimbursements for your practice.

DVT risk peaks 5-6 days after a procedure, so protect your patients, and your practice!



  • Proven to reduce the risk of DVT

  • Clinical studies have demonstrated comparable efficacy to pharmaceutical options

  • Improves circulation and blood flow

  • Soothes and prevents swelling, numbness, soreness, and tingling


Reimbursement for Our Portable Sequential Compression Devices





Worker's Compensation (WC) and PIP claims typically reimburse very well and consistently, especially WC.



  • Reimbursements for the device to your surgery center can be significant, especially with worker's compensation cases

  • You likely use sequential compression devices in your facility already - why not send your patients home with the same protection?

​The CORE Group will supply battery-powered (rechargeable) pneumatic compression DVT prevention devices for physicians or surgery centers to prescribe to patients who are considered at risk for DVT.  The devices mimic the body's natural muscular contraction to increase venous blood flow in the lower extremities. Clinical studies demonstrate the efficacy of this class of devices in preventing DVT.