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KAATSU B1 Smart Blood Flow Restriction System
The revolutionary Bluetooth-enabled KAATSU B1 device operates via your smartphone, powered by an Android or iOS app - and can be safely and conveniently utilized anywhere anytime.
KAATSU B1 integrates the Masimo MightySat® Finger Pulse Oximeter so you can capture and archive your pulse rate, respiratory rate, and perfusion index data in real time. You can also share this information and other usage data with your physicians, physical therapists, trainers, coaches, teammates, family, and friends.
Bluetooth-enabled - share data between device and your phone
KAATSU B1 Android or iOS app download free app on your Android or iPhone
Simple to use without any connector tubes enables total freedom of movement
Light, portable, and easy-to-use - exercise, rehabilitate, and move easily
Works without an Internet connection in case you are out of Internet range
Proprietary algorithms based on 28 years of research and clinical testing tested safely and effectively with people as old as 104 years
Three pressure settings: Cycle, Progressive, and Constant - select preset or custom pressures
Single-limb applications for amputees, paraplegics, injured, disabled users
Real-time capture and archiving of personal usage data - share your data with your physician, therapist, coach, teammates, friends
Integrates with the Masimo MightySat® Finger Pulse Oximeter to obtain your real-time pulse rate and oxygen saturation (SpO2)
Increases vascular elasticity
Naturally produces a robust hormonal and metabolite response
Improves muscle tone
These biochemical reactions lead to better health and rapid rehabilitation without muscle atrophy
Convenience - Wearable devices can be used anywhere anytime
Unlike other BFR equipment, KAATSU does not occlude arterial blood flow which significantly increases its safety profile
Military personnel including special forces
Physicians from orthopedic surgeons to podiatrists
Physical and occupational therapists
Olympic, professional, collegiate, high school, club sports teams
University athletic departments
Amputees, quadriplegics, paraplegics
Individuals with cerebral palsy, MS, carpal tunnel syndrome, plantar fasciitis
How to Measure
ARMS: Measure the circumference of your upper arm above your biceps and triceps, just below the deltoid.
LEGS: Sit on the edge of a chair and measure the circumference of your upper leg, along your groin as high in the groin as possible.