Compression Bandages Market Analysis | India | 2016-2022 | MedCore
Traditionally, compression bandages are used to treat venous leg ulcers, edema and sprains. Elastic and conformable, compression bandages are wrapped from the foot or ankle around the leg by a trained physician until the desired amount of pressure is applied. The physician must take into account the leg circumference, width of the bandage, number of layers to be applied and the innate tension of the bandage to give the appropriate amount of pressure on the limb. In between the layers of bandage, foam padding and non-adherent contact layers can be added to provide support, padding and additional pressure where required (these additional materials are included in compression bandage kits).
- Year: 2016
- Scope: 2012-2022
- Region: India
- Published Date: 5/1/2016
- Pages: 35
- Type: MedCore
Tissues over bony prominences such as the ankle, heel and shin are particularly vulnerable to excessive localized pressure and should be padded. A compression bandage indicator has been incorporated in many products. A woven geometric design on the bandage is rectangular in shape when uncompressed and becomes square when the physician reaches the correct amount of tension. The bandage is secured with clips, tape or can be tucked in onto itself. Multi-layer compression kits aim to create a compression gradient on the affected area to promote circulation as best as possible. They often include a primary dressing, a base to provide padding and one or more compression bandages on top.
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