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    Caresia™

    Upper Extremity Garments

    MCPs to Axilla (CR-UE-BG)

    • Provides full arm coverage from the metacarpals to the axilla, and allows for individual finger wrapping
    • Distal end comfortably cradles the hand
    • Left / Right specific design improves contouring of the arm

    Bandage over the top to apply compression. Bandages not included.

    Wrist to Axilla (CR-UE-CG)

    • Provides full arm coverage from the wrist to the axilla
    • Designed to give clients the option of wearing a glove or gauntlet separately
      (combine with a Caresia Glove or Gauntlet for seemless coverage of the hand)
    • Left / Right specific design improves contouring of the arm

    Bandage over the top to apply compression. Bandages not included.

    Glove / Gauntlet (CR-UE-AC / CR-UE-BC)

    • Addresses swelling and tissue induration, as well as post-surgical swelling
    • Unilateral design can be worn on both left and right hands
    • Choose Gauntlet style to retain full digit functionality
    • Individual digit spacers come standard

    Bandage over the top to apply compression. Bandages not included.

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    Why use Caresia™?

    • Reduces time spent bandaging*, allowing more time for Manual Lymphatic Drainage.
    • Jump starts the initial lymphatic system with unique foam-chip particles that encourage gentle tissue stretch and pressure differential.
    • Helps break up fibrotic tissue* while remaining gentle on delicate skin.
    • Evenly disperses irregular pressures to prevent compression hot-spots.


    Contraindications

    • Arterial Insufficeincy or degeneration
    • Deep Vein Thrombosis
    • Untreated congestive heart failure
    • Untreated localized or systemic infection
    • Untreated Cancer
    • Absent or severaly impaired sensation
    • Discontinue use if rash, numbness, or skin color changes are noticed.


    * Catalog denotes Comparative Study of Multi-layer Bandaging Protocols

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