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Applications Being Progressed

Venous Stenting

Venous Stenting

Firstkind is evaluating use of the geko™ device to improve inflow of blood through newly implanted lower limb venous stents to reduce the risk of stent occlusion.×
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Kidney Transplant

Kidney Transplant

Firstkind is evaluating the use of the geko™ device to increase blood flow and reduce post-operative edema following kidney transplant to accelerate patient recovery. As part of the research, two RCT’s have been published: ‘The geko™ device impact on incisional wound healing in kidney-pancreas transplant patients.'
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and ‘The use of the geko™ to reduce hospitalization and improve graft function post- transplantation.'
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Obstetrics

Obstetrics

Firstkind is evaluating the use of the geko™ device to increase blood flow for VTE prophylaxis in Obstetrics.
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Total Knee Replacement (TKR)

Total Knee Replacement (TKR)

Firstkind is evaluating use of the geko™ device to reduce the very common issue of post-operative oedema in TKR, and to accelerate patient recovery. ×
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Total Hip Replacement (THR)

Total Hip Replacement (THR)

Firstkind has published evidence reporting the geko device reduces the build-up of post-operative oedema in THR Find out more. Further research into this clinical application area is being progressed.×
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Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL)

Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL)

Firstkind is evaluating use of the geko™ device to reduce the very common issue of post-operative oedema in ACL injury, and to accelerate patient recovery.×
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OnPulse Technology

The revolutionary neuromuscular electrostimulation technology developed by Firstkind

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geko™ product

Hospital Applications Device

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News

Innovative geko™ Technology Recognised With Nomination at National Awards

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Business Master Awards Recognises Sky’s Excellence in Innovation

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Firstkind Ltd Joins the ABHI Innovation Hub at Dell Medical School