Manufacturer Part Number:24-3373
Caresia, Upper Extremity Garments, Glove, Large:
For most that suffer from it, the treatment of lymphedema requires a regular regimen of bandaging. This typically means multiple weekly sessions of wrapping patients as their stress levels elevate and you're trying to keep track of multiple supplies. That's why the Bandage Liners from Caresia are groundbreaking-they simplify and enhance standard bandaging techniques. Caresia reduces active phase protocols down to two quick and simple steps: Put a Caresia on a patient and wrap over it with 2 or more short stretch bandages. That's it. Caring for the Caresia is nearly as easy as using one. It's safe for the washing machine and dryer and can even be tossed in with a normal load of laundry. No bleach though and make sure to tumble dry on permanent press. Because lymphedema is such a personal disease, there are more than 30 styles and sizes available. Liners for both upper and lower extremities range from coverage for small hands all the way up to large, full legs. This is the Caresia Large Glove bandage liner which is 9.4" long and sized for those with a palm girth between 9"-11" and a wrist girth between 8.6" and 11". Please note, short stretch bandages are available separately. To properly size for Caresia, measure the length and girth of the area(s) the garment is for, starting from the distal end of the limb and moving proximally. Each Bandage Liner features unique foam-chip particles that give a boost to the initial lymphatic system, encouraging a gentle tissue stretch and pressure differential. The liners are gentle on delicate skin while also helping to break up fibrotic tissue. Studies have shown using the liners help to prevent compression hot spots while evenly dispersing irregular pressures. In addition to reducing patient stress, Caresia also saves hours of time each week compared to traditional short-stretch bandaging.
Dimensions:8" x 1.75" x 10"
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