Caresia bandage liners replace stockinette and multiple layers of padding and foam, making the bandaging process much simpler and faster. The foam chips in Caresia stimulates the tissue, encouraging re-absorption of interstitial fluids to reduce swelling.
Don the Caresia liner, and with short stretch bandages, use a spiral or figure-eight wrapping style with 50% overlap. Bandages should be snug, but not tight. Caresia is designed to disperse irregular bandage pressure, creating a uniform symmetrical shape to the limb. It pads boney parts, and fills in concave spaces, compensating for anatomical differences without impairing gradient compression.
Caresia Arm Liner provides coverage from the axilla to the wrist. Measure the circumference of the wrist and largest part of bicep. Tape should be snug, bug not constricting. If you are between sizes, choose the smaller size to accommodate a reduction in swelling. Made in USA from meryl, lycra and polyurethane.
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Caresia liners are not returnable once opened, unless defective
Caresia Arm Bandage Liner, September 19, 2016 By Anonymous (Dalton, GA)
Great product to reduce edema in my wife's arm
Excellent compression, yet comfortable, August 12, 2013 By Anonymous (Memphis, TN)
This bandage liner is a huge improvement to wrapping with layers of foam for those of us who have to wrap up at night. It is extremely comfortable and easy to put on, and when you overwrap with short-stretch bandages, it really "evens out" the compression for better comfort and results. I noticed a significant improvement in my symptoms and visible volume reduction within just one week of using this product at night. It's a good thing they offer a one-time free size reduction during the first year of ownership, because I'll probably need a smaller one soon.
I have been doing ni…, May 12, 2012 By Anonymous (Park, KS)
I have been doing night bandaging for my mother for a year and this liner is a GOD sent. It takes the place of the stockinette and the padding. All you have to do it slip it on the start bandaging. It saves alot of time! Plus she says it is cooler than the padding and the foam inside help with the lymphedema. Buy is now you will not be disappointed.
While I'm not a prof…, April 25, 2012 By Anonymous (TALLAHASSEE, FL)
While I'm not a professional and I've yet to see my therapist regarding this liner I am very very pleased with it. Having spent way too much time working with the usual bandaging process this is so much easier and comfortable. You have to bandage over the sleeve but it's very easy to do. I asked another "professional" what he thought of the sleeve and he says they've had success with it. Sure wish medicare would cover it--- but that's another story.