The Solaris ReadyWrap Arm provides adjustable compression in an easy to put on design. 50% overlap and a low stretch fabric mimic short stretch bandaging. The built-in liner simplifies donning and doffing and allows patients to put the sleeve on with one arm. Padding at the wrist & elbow provide increased comfort and help to provide even compression. A color-coded hook & loop closure make it easy to ensure correct application.
The Ready Wrap Arm is designed to be used with the ReadyWrap Gauntlet to provide full hand and arm coverage.
||Lymphedema, Indurate Tissue, Varicose Veins, Venous Insufficiency, Acute or Chronic Edema, Venous (Stasis) Ulcer, Post Sclerotherapy
||Arterial Insufficiency or Degeneration, Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Untreated or Congestive Heart Failure, Untreated Cancer, Untreated Infection, Absent or Severely Impaired Sensation, Allergy to Material, Severe or Moderate Peripheral Arterial Disease, Severe Cognitive Impairment
||Nylon Backing: 100% Polyamide; Exterior: 72% Nylon, 17% Lycra, 11% Elastane; Foam: 100% Polyurethane; Arm Liner: 85% Meryl, 16% Spandex
||Hand wash in warm water with a drop of mild detergent. Rinse thoroughly in warm water. Do not use bleach or fabric softener. To dry, lay on a lint-free or flour-sack towel and squeeze your ReadyWrap to remove excess water. Lay flat on a dry towel to finish drying. Take care to ensure the hook does not contact your towel. Do not iron.
||ReadyWrap products are warranted to be free of defect for 6 months from the date of purchase. Silver Liners are not warranted.
Customer Reviews (2)
Need sleeve to be attached with VelcroReview by Nell
The wrap is a very welcome product which can be used by yourself. I would like to suggest the sleeve have Velcro to attach to the wrap for easy laundering. The sleeve could be washed & dried, attached to wrap. It takes a long time for the outer wrap to dry when laundered Laundering is the only problem if needed to be washed daily. Thanks (Posted on 6/22/2014)
Good for solo wrappingReview by Maggie
I was looking for something to take the place of bandages, so I could do it solo. This works well for me, took some getting used to the Velcro straps, but is well worth it for those who have a hard time doing compression bandaging with no one to help. Would recommend this to any arm lymphedema patient. (Posted on 5/24/2014)
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