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BANDAGES

In phase I of the therapy, compression is applied via short-stretch bandages. In order to avoid irritation, padding with cotton bandages or foam is applied underneath the bandages. Low pH-lotion to keep the skin moist and tubular bandages to avoid allergic reactions and to protect bandage materials are also applied.

Recommended materials for patients with upper extremity lymphedema:

  • Skin care lotion
  • Gauze bandages (1 box of 2cm width)
  • Tubular bandage (stockinette) of appropriate size (1 box)
  • Padding bandages (3 rolls of 10cm width)
  • Short-stretch bandages (2 rolls each of 6cm, 8cm, 10cm and 12cm width)
  • Tape to fasten the bandage (1 roll)
  • Compression garment of sufficient size and compression class 
Recommended materials for patients with lower extremity lymphedema:

  • Skin care lotion
  • Tubular bandage (stockinette) of appropriate size (1 box)
  • Padding bandages (3 rolls each of 10cm and 15cm width)
  • Short-stretch bandages (2 rolls each of 6cm, 8cm, 6 rolls each of 10cm and 12cm width)
  • Tape to fasten the bandage (1 roll)
  • Compression garment of sufficient size and compression class


Short Stretch

Medium Stretch

Wide Width

Long Stretch

Adhesive/Cohesive

Stockinette

Gauze

Unna Boot

Tape

Bandage Winders

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