Compression Garments Bind Skin and Help Circulation
Help your patients manage swelling and distension in their extremities with compression garments on their legs and arms. Apply the gentle pressure of a spandex wrap to control varicose veins and clotting problems in the calves, or dress patients' arms and legs with compression garments to keep fluid out from between skin cells and prevent uncomfortable inflammation. Make sure your emergency bays and ambulances are well-stocked with compression bandages to control trauma cases ranging from snakebite to shock.
Control Multiple Medical Problems
Keep a supply of compression garments in every hospital room or medical bay in your facility, and put a few in your ambulances and mobile intensive-care units, to treat a wide variety of common ailments. Nurses and doctors can dress patients' legs to prevent swelling and inflammation from pooling interstitial fluid and fight one of the most common effects of diabetes. Clinic workers also need to wrap limbs to aid circulation and discourage the formation of potentially life-threatening blood clots.
Choose From a Variety of Designs
Always stock the right compression garments for the purposes your medical professionals need. Put a simple wrap over the calves to keep down swelling, but choose an over-the-foot design to help with embolisms. Single strips of elastic are ideal for wrapping around sprained wrists and ankles, while form-fitting sleeves are well-suited for burn dressings and other medical treatments. Your doctors can treat the lower extremities with compression stockings for discreet skin care that disappears under the patient's clothes, or dress the leg all the way up for bedridden or otherwise immobile patients.