Lymphedema treatment for breast cancer patients
Lymphedema is a common occurrence after breast cancer surgery or radiation treatment. The indications of lymphedema may not appear immediately and may trigger many months or years after cancer treatment. The initial indications are swelling in the fingers, arms and chest area. Patients may feel discomfort, aches, and tingling in the affected area.
Breast Cancer treatment of lymphedema: circaid® reduction kit™ nighttime
The reduction kit vest nighttime is made from inelastic Breathe-O-Prene® material that delivers a dynamic compression with superior containment levels. It is trimmed to the patient’s size and indication by a trained Certified Lymphedema Therapist in clinic. Then applied using hook & loop enclosures to deliver the necessary compression and secure a comfortable fit. The reduction kit vest is available in two sizes (small and large,) as well as two lengths to create a perfect fit. The use of the circaid® reduction kit™ leads to better patient independence in the long-term.
Designed for the Breast Cancer lymphedema patient in mind
- Easy to apply
- Can be used unilaterally or bilaterally
- Good for day & nighttime use
- Appropriate for all three phases of treatments
- Comfortable Breath-O-Prene material
- Fully adjustable for edema fluctuation
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Accessory Products for reduction kit
Learn more about the new complimentary products to promote lymphedema decongestion in the circaid reduction kit product portfolio. These products can be used with other lymphedema treatment tools such as adjustable compression wraps and other compression garments.