• Study reports abnormally high VTE and high bleed risk in critically ill COVID-19 patients and calls for more effective prevention strategies.
  • Clinicians at NHS hospitals are supporting the care of COVID-19 patients with the use of geko™ devices to reduce the risk of blood clots in the most at risk patients.
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Wound therapy applications device

What it does and how it works

The geko™ device, powered by OnPulse™ neuromuscular electrostimulation technology, is clinically proven to increase blood flow for the promotion of wounds healing and the reduction of oedema.

The size of a wrist-watch and worn at the knee, battery powered, daily disposable geko™ device gently stimulates the common peroneal nerve activating the calf and foot muscle pumps, resulting in increased venous arterial and microcirculatory blood flow1,2,3.


Wound therapy device

  • Front
  • Back
  • Leg

Indications for use

The geko™ device is CE marked as a medical device and its intended use is:

– to increase blood circulation
– for the prevention and treatment of oedema
– for promoting wound healing

Fitting the geko™ device


  1. Tucker AT, Maass A, Bain DS, et al. Augmentation of venous, arterial and microvascular blood supply in the leg by isometric neuromuscular stimulation via the peroneal nerve. Int J Angiol 2010;19:e31–e37.
  2. Williams KJ et al. Phlebology.2015 June;30(5):365-72.
  3. Jawad H et al. 2014 Journal Vasc Surg. Vol 2: 160-65.

OnPulse Technology

The revolutionary neuromuscular electrostimulation technology developed by Firstkind

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