What is DVT?

The most common type of blood clot in pregnancy is Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), which is a clot in a vein deep below your skin’s surface. DVT blood clots can appear in the deep veins in the back of your leg, or in your calf or pelvis.

DVT Prevention

DVT is most often prevented and treated with medication. However, there is a much safer method for you and your baby than medication by way of intermittent pneumatic compression devices, which are available to you via your PPO.

DVT & Bed Rest

Periods of inactivity, such as bed rest, can lead to blood clots in the legs. Pregnant women are also at an increased risk due to hormonal changes in the body increasing the ability of the blood to clot quickly in preparation for labor and delivery.

Our Products

Our non-invasive IPC therapy devices are the best alternative for pregnant women wanting to limit the medications that their unborn child is exposed to. The in-home convenience makes our devices ideal for busy pregnant women and those on bed rest.

The risk of blood clots is 6X higher during pregnancy, but DVT prevention is easy with our in-home devices.

Get Help Today... at Little or No Cost to You!

DVT Pregnancy, a division of MedWorx Home Medical Supplies LLC, offers products designed to help prevent the occurrence of blood clots in the deep veins of the legs with flexible, simple intermittent pneumatic compression (IPC) therapy. Intermittent pneumatic compression devices prevent venous thrombosis and DVT by enhancing blood flow in the deep legs of the veins. These devices inflate and deflate knee-high boots, which reduces pooling of blood in the legs. This non-invasive therapy is the best alternative for pregnant women wanting to limit the medications that their unborn child is exposed to. Hospitals have been using similar blood clot prevention devices for decades with great success. However, never before has this therapy been able to be used in the comfort of your own home with such convenience. This in-home convenience makes intermittent pneumatic compression devices ideal for busy pregnant women and those on bed rest.

Consult with one of our DVT Specialists to get approved for your in-home unit today! Simply fill out our online form or call 954.707.9373, and you will be contacted within 24 hours. The ordering process is simple! We handle billing your insurance, shipping the device and offer patient education for a completely hassle-free way to help you prevent DVT-causing edema at home.