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ReadyWrap™

Self-care at your fingertips

Downloads

You will find all printable ordering and measuring information in our download area, e.g.:

  • Arm sizing chart and order form
  • Leg sizing chart and order form
  • User information

Why choose ReadyWrap?

ReadyWrap adjustable compression garments with VELCRO® brand fasteners are designed as an easy to use compression therapy for patients with venous and lymphatic disease. ReadyWrap is available for lower and upper extremities in standard sizes. An overview:

Easy to use and apply 1)with colour-coded VELCRO® brand fasteners

  • Front fastening short straps aid patient application and readjustment2) - 'Easy to apply even with arthritic hands'1)
  • Low profile design allowing patients to wear normal footwear 1)

Short stretch properties 2) - Therapeutic working and tolerable lower resting pressure*

  • 50% overlapping straps for oedema containment and control 1), 2), 3)
  • ReadyWrap units overlap each other in order to prevent gapping 2), 3) and can accommodate changing limb circumferences

Positive outcomes for leg ulcers 2), 3), 4) and lymphoedema 2) patients.

  • Effective in the management of recurrent swelling (oedema) and ulceration 3)
  • Cost effective - Can reduce the need for clinic visits 2) by self-caring at home

* ReadyWrap Calf, Knee, and Thigh units

 

 

Available in Black or Beige

Lower limb garments

ReadyWrap is available as:

  • ReadyWrap Foot
  • ReadyWrap Calf
  • ReadyWrap Knee
  • ReadyWrap Thigh
  • ReadyWrap Toes
  • ReadyWrap Extender Strap

More information

Upper limb garments

ReadyWrap is available as:

  • ReadyWrap Arm
  • ReadyWrap Gauntlet

More information

 
1)

Hampton S (2016) The difficulty and the solution of compression therapy in a healed venous leg ulcer, BJCN, 21 (9); S34-S38

 
2)

Ehmann S (2016) Multinational, pilot audit of a Velcro adjustable compression wrap system for venous and lymphatic conditions, JWC, 25 (9); 513-520

 
3)

Bock KJ (2016) Adjustable compression wraps can prevent ulcer re-occurrence in phlebolymphedema; a case series, Poster presentation SAWC Austin 2016

 
4)

Collarte A, et al (2016) Clinical Decision Making with patients by offering compression choices, E-Poster EWMA Bremen 2016