The tubular support bandage is powerful, supple, permanently elastic and supplies even pressure. The product is practical and handy — both with conforming bandages with mild compression and to provide support and relief for ligaments, tendons and joints, and for large (chest) bandages. The tubular support bandage is air-permeable, provides some cushioning and is very skin-friendly thanks to the high percentage of cotton. It can be applied, removed and re-applied easily and virtually without creasing. The compressive effect can be further enhanced with a second layer of material or by choosing a smaller size.
Rosidal K is a premium 100% cotton short stretch compression bandage used for management of acute and chronic Lymphedema, venous edema and other venous conditions
Varicose Vein Stockings provide controlled compression to the legs to squeeze the veins thereby ensuring the normal back flow of blood towards the heart.One pair of stockings
Comprezon 23-32 mmHg Class 2 AGH Mild Lymphoedema Arm Sleeve with Hand+ Shouldercap+ Belt is a primary treatment option to stop lymphorrhoea. Comprezon Lymphoedema Sleeve is used to treat oedema and excess fluid build-up in the arms. It helps to soften fibrosis. It reduces fluid accumulation and interstitial transit time for transport of molecules (oxygen).
1 box contain PAIR
1. High wearing comfort owing to soft & highly elastic material 2. Excellent elasticity and superior air permeability make it wonderful to wear as well 3. Keep the legs dry all day due to superior air permeability 4. Long lasting : The neutral skin colour matches all clothing
Traction Weight Bag- Dyna_2Traction refers to the set of mechanisms for strengthening broken bones, immobilisation or relieving pressure on the skeletal system. They are used to treat fractures, dislocations and long-duration muscles spasms, and to prevent or correct deformities. Traction can either be short-term-as at an accident scene or long-term- when it is used in a hospital setting.
Dyna Tractions are designed to provide utmost immobilisation, stability, to apply force in directions not otherwise possible and to avoid common problems that patients meet with ordinary tractions.