Welcome to the geko website

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2018 marks the launch of our new website. We hope you like the fresh new look and improved navigation. The site places our clinical partners centre stage, and shines a light on their compelling research and readiness to embrace innovation to establish new therapies that address significant unmet need.

Videos

Mr Paul Baker – NHS James Cook University Hospital

Mr Paul Baker – NHS James Cook University Hospital

Accelerating readiness to theatre in ankle fracture patients (ORIF).

Deep Veins Study – Professor Andrew Nicolaides & Dr Maura Griffin

Deep Veins Study – Professor Andrew Nicolaides & Dr Maura Griffin

Measurement of blood flow in the deep veins of the lower limb using the geko™ device.

Sludge blood – without the geko™ device

Sludge blood – without the geko™ device

The geko™ device reduces blood sludging in the popliteal vein

Sludge blood – with the geko™ device

Sludge blood – with the geko™ device

The geko™ device reduces blood sludging in the popliteal vein

The geko™ device trial at the BMI Harbour Hospital

The geko™ device trial at the BMI Harbour Hospital

Patients in Bournemouth and Poole taking part in a geko™ device study to help lower the risk of deep vein thrombosis (DVT) following surgery.

Physiotherapist endorsement of the geko™ device in ankle sprain

Physiotherapist endorsement of the geko™ device in ankle sprain

Kate Sheehy, lead Physiotherapist at the Richmond Physiotherapy Clinic, talks about her experiences and those of her patients, using the geko™ in a range of conditions in her practice.

Ultrasound demonstrating increased blood flow using the geko™ device

Ultrasound demonstrating increased blood flow using the geko™ device

An ultrasound video demonstrating the increased velocity and volume blood flow in the popliteal vein when the geko™ device is activated. The ultrasound is conducted by Dawn Smiles a Vascular Scientist.