Graduated external compression plays a major role in the successful treatment of chronic venous complications. The application of external compression can help minimize or reverse changes in the skin and vascularity induced by chronic venous hypertension by forcing fluid from the interstitial spaces back into the vascular and lymphatic compartments.
Multilayer compression bandages are elastic compression bandages that work via constant compressive forces. The bandages provide sustained pressures of 40 to 45 mmHg at the ankle graduating downward to 17 mmHg below the knee.
The iPAC multi-layer pack combines padding, exudate absorption and retention, giving pressure from 40mmHg at the ankle to 17mmHg at the knee on ankles of 18—25 cm circumference.
Two different packs are available for different circumference: LCB A & LCB B
The 2-Component-System offers the total compression force needed for medical effectiveness. Thanks to the excellent padding and the consistency of the cohesive properties, it can be left on the extremity for up to seven days. The singlesided coating on the surface of the padding bandage and doublesided coating of the outer compression bandage ensure that the layers of the bandage adhere securely to each other. The 2-Component-System is suitable for the treatment of chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) of level 3* . Depending on the indication, it can also be used to treat deep vein thromboses and post-thrombotic syndrome.
Layer 1: 1 Unit Of Padding Layer, 10cm x 6.5 m
Layer 2: 1 Unit of Cohesive Elastic Support Bandage Bandage , 10 Cmx8.2m
Short Stretch Cohesive Compression Bandages
The effective shortstretch bandages made from 100% cotton. The bandages can be washed and sterilised. They are also extremely skin-friendly, airpermeable and very absorbent. If there is little resting pressure and much working pressure, the short-stretch bandages are characterised by high levels of stiffness. This makes them an ideal candidate for a very effective and safe compression therapy. The main fields of application range from chronic venous diseases, in particular during acute phases, to cases of venous ulcers (ulcus cruris). They are also very suitable for lymphatic compression treatment