Foam & Padding
In the treatment of lymphedema, foam and foam padding is often applied over stockinette. Foams help evenly distribute the compression from the short-stretch bandages, the final layer in the wrapping process. Foam can also be built-up over bony protuberances and areas that required more drainage.
The same is true of padding. Pads are applied on top of problem areas, like fibrotic or hardened tissue, and secured with gauze. Pads gently stimulate the tissue, encouraging the release of interstitial fluids.
Caresia bandage liners replace stockinette and multiple layers of padding and foam, making the bandaging process much simpler and faster. The foam ...View full details
This re-usable, closed-cell, dense foam is often used in lymphedema bandaging to soften fibrosis and apply compression when used with short-stretch...View full details