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    Compression therapy today — tradition meets innovation

    Compression therapy today — tradition meets innovation

    Compression therapy generally makes use of compression bandages, ready-for-use dressings or stockings. In general, these systems are distinguished by the different levels of resting and working pressure exerted by the varying elasticity of the source materials.
    As a specialist in compression therapy, L&R has a wide range of compression therapy products offering combinable components for every application. The company has brought together the best aspects of both tried-and-tested and innovative solutions in Rosidal.

    Healing with the right compression

    It is easy to learn how to use Rosidal compression bandages — all you have to do is to stretch them fully when applying. There is no need for cumbersome indicators and many sizes. L&R’s padding bandages in combination with this short stretch bandage supply constant, evenly distributed compression. Rosidal sys also does away with standardized dressings in a set so the versatile Suprasorb range of products can be used to treat wounds in every phase of the healing process.


    • compression therapy specialist
    • wide range of products for compression therapy with combinable components for every application
    • combines the advantages of both tried-and-tested and innovative solutions
    • L&R’s padded dressings used in combination with short stretch bandages provide consistent, evenly distributed compression

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