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A New Kind of At Home Lymphedema Therapy

The DayspringTM system is a FDA cleared, prescription-only medical device indicated for the treatment of lymphedema, venous insufficiency, and reducing wound healing time.1

1 Refer to Directions for Use for full prescribing information

Decongestive therapy applied prior to lymphedema treatment

The Dayspring system is an FDA cleared, prescription-only medical device indicated forthe treatment of lymphedema, venous insufficiency, and reducing wound healing time.

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Active Compression that is Wearable

Dayspring is built on an innovative, mobile platform that uses patented Flexframe™ technology3 to provide active sequential gradient compression.

  • Designed for comfort and mobility
  • Provides adjustable range of therapeutic treatment pressures
  • Portable, versatile, easy to use
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2 Investigators involved in clinical studies sponsored by Koya Medical
3 Spring-like segments embedded with highly durable shape memory alloy that contract and relax when powered by the Dayspring controller

Dayspring Koya app custom treatment options

Personalized Care In and Out of the Clinic

The Koya app is designed with clinicians and patients in mind to support personalized treatments.

  • Custom treatment options through a beautiful and convenient interface
  • Turn on/off pre-treatment preparation, personalize pressure settings, or skip segments
  • Built-in safety system to maintain a gradient and prevent any selections that may result in backflow

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Clinical Studies

Dayspring has been clinically studied in over 40 patients. In these studies, Dayspring significantly improved quality of life, received high patient satisfaction, and maintained limb volume.

Clinical Evaluation of a Novel Wearable CompressionTechnology in the Treatment of Lymphedema, an Open-Label Controlled Study

Stanley G. Rockson, Pinar Karaca-Mandic, Roman Skoracki, Karen Hock, Michelle Nguyen, Kristin Shadduck, Phyllis Gingerich, Elizabeth Campione, Andrea Leifer, and Jane Armer.Lymphatic Research and Biology.
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A Non-randomized, Open-Label Study to Evaluate the Safety and Effectiveness of an Active Smart Wearable Compression Technology for Treating Breast Cancer Related Lymphedema, a pilot study  (N=40) 4

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Demonstrated safe and effective use without any adverse events

Showed significant improvement (18%) in overall Quality of Life

Limb volume was maintained or reduced after 28 days of use

Observed 98% adherence over the course of study

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LYMQOL Overall Quality of Life

Higher is better

p < 0.001

LMQOL Overall Quality of Life study graph

LYMQOL Functional Subscales

Lower is better

p < 0.001

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Volume Maintenance

Volume Maintenance graph

Near Infrared Imaging (NIR) to Evaluate Lymphatic Response

Subjects were evaluated pre and post use of device (N=7). Indocyanine green (ICG) was administered intradermally and lymphatic pathways and transport of lymph was recorded using a Near-Infrared (NIR) skin camera.5

Observed lymphatic transport in all subjects post device use

Observed subject mobility and treatment limb movement during device use

No adverse events reported

Infrared image Pre-useInfrared image post-use

4 Rockson, SG.; Karaca-Mandic, P.; Skoracki, R.; Hock, K.; Nguyen, M.; Shadduck, K.; Gingerich, P.; Campione, E.; Leifer, A.; Armer, J. Clinical Evaluation of a Novel Wearable Compression Technology in the Treatment of Lymphedema, An Open-Label Controlled Study. Lymphatic Research and Biology 2021, In press.

5 Wigg J.Near-Infrared (NIR) imaging study of the lymphatic movement in patients with Lymphedema. British Lymphology Society. 2020.

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