Elastic Compression

       Juzo

   Solidea

   Lymphedivas

   Solaris

   Medi

   Barton Carey

   Sigvaris

   Jobst

   Circaid

   Farrow

   Amoena


In Elastic Compression

    Solaris

  Circaid

  Farrow

  BiaCare


Non Elastic Compression

      

    Foam-Lined Padded

       Solaris

   JoviPak

   Cercaid

   Reidsleeve

   BiaCare


Compression Pump

      Lympha Press

   

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Medical Compression Non Elastic Support Foam-Lined Padded

Listed Below are some of the most popular Non Elastic Compression Products and the different companies that supply that product.



Specialty lymphedema garments bring enhanced compression technology to the aid of patients with primary and secondary lymphedema.


Designed to improve upon multi-layer wraps that are conventionally prescribed as part of a normal course of manual lymph drainage, these products have demonstrated significant improvement due to their comfort and ease of use.


Generally designed as a two-part system, these products are composed of an inner compression pad and an external compression binder. The inner component is a form filled pad or form insert tailored in the shape of the affected extremity, gently sliding over it snugly. The outer binder adds controlled compression and can take the form of short stretch bandaging or an outer appliance with adjustable Velcro closures.


Specialty lymphedema garments are an excellent option for patients who utilize multi-layer bandaging as a component of their therapy. While the conventional bandages and wraps can be very useful, they do have limitations. Most importantly, bandages and wraps are often difficult to apply properly and consistently, and if not applied correctly, they can obstruct lymphatic flow.


These garments come in FOOT, LEGS, CHEST, TRUNK, ARM, GLOVE, GAUNTLET AND MORE COMBINATIONS.

The garments come in ready made or custom.


          Solaris   JoviPak    Cercaid   Reidsleeve BiaCare


ADVI


The ADVI is a day and or night-time garment designed for patients with lymphedema secondary to Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI). It features a floating dorsum pad allowing full range of motion at the ankle, a full length zipper for easy donning and can be worn with an athletic shoe.


        JoviPak


Transitions (Foot to Thigh)


Transitions are designed as bandage liners to be used under short-stretch bandages, binders and/or pump appliances for both clinic and home management. Providing comfort and protection for pressure sensitive areas. They eliminate the need for cotton liners, foam bandages, or padding, finger/toe wraps & various foam pieces that fill-in anatomical indentations making them cost-effective and time-savers for both therapist and patient.


        JoviPak


Pads (Many shapes and sizes)


Specialty compression breast and chest wall pads are filled with a low ILD foam to protect tender or compromised tissue in the breast and chest areas. Some of the pads are designed to replace "chip bags" used by therapists during treatment.


       JoviPak  Solaris




Foam-Lined  and Padded Compression


These garments are directional flow, custom- made and off-the-shelf, therapeutic, nightwear, Wrap/Garment(s)for the treatment of lymphedema and chronic swelling with indurate tissue. Impairment of the lymphatic system has significantly reduced the normal capacity of the lymphatic system to provide tissue drainage necessary to ensure tissue health, to support normal immune response, and maintain fluid balance of the circulatory system in the affected quadrant. These garments that will maintain gains made in therapy and continue to provide therapeutic intervention in the home setting.


Patients with chronic swelling wear the garments nightly to address tissue fibrosis and facilitate interstitial fluid movement.