Tynor – Compression Garment Arm Sleeve w/ Shoulder Cover I-77
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- Provides graduated compression
- Used for fluid or blood evacuation
- Higher content of spandex ensures effective compression
- Made of soft, durable and comfortable material
- Safe to wear daily.
- Comes in a range of colors, which include different skin tones and various prints.
- Available sizes are S, M, L, XL, XXL
Compression garments are specialized tube-shaped elasticized garment, that provide support and graduated compression, in Burns, Lymphedema and other vascular conditions. Compression garments include sleeves, gloves, tights, and a variety of specially fitted garments for individual needs.
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- High quality, Rayon spandex yarns provide a soft and durable fabric with long functional life.
- It is dermophillic, has an excellent aesthetics and color fastness.
- Designed to provide graded and accurate compression for uniform reduction of compression from bottom to top.
- Ensures effective blood/fluid evacuation.
- Available in compression class 2.
- Anatomical shape of the product conforms to user anatomy, and provides excellent fitting.
- Sophisticated seams are put on outside to avoid any skin discomfort.
- Different compression sleeves are available for use during the day and the night.
- Daytime sleeves offer more compression, while nighttime sleeves are slightly looser.
Directions for Use
- Cover the arm from the wrist to the shoulder with a snug elasticized cloth.
- It is tighter at the bottom than the top to promote lymph flow up the arm toward the upper arm and armpit lymph nodes.
- Hand wash in cold water, using a mild detergent.
- After thorough washing, rinse thoroughly and air dry it.
A compression arm sleeve helps improve blood circulation to reduce excess swelling and build up muscles, ligaments, and tendons to help protect muscles from future injury.
Compression sleeves are safe to wear daily. A doctor or lymphatic specialist can advise as to the best schedule for wearing a compression sleeve and whether to wear one at night. If it is necessary to wear one overnight, experts recommend getting separate sleeves for daytime and nighttime use.
The primary function of a compression sleeve is to reduce swelling in arm and preventing fluid build up.
Sleeves must be snuggly fit. If the elbow sleeve is too tight it can do the opposite of what you want, restricting flow and movement. On the other hand, elbow sleeves should not be loose because you lose out on the compression benefits.
Your arm should be completely dry, and if you apply lotions, the area should be allowed to completely dry. Well-cared-for sleeves lasts for around 6 months before they need to be replaced.
An arm sleeve will be about . 5 to 1.0 inches smaller than the width of your relaxed bicep. In addition to being smaller in circumference than the width of your bicep, quality arm sleeves will have a gripping strip to ensure that your arm sleeves do not fall down and that your fit will be long lasting.
Lymphedema, or lymphatic obstruction, is a long-term condition where excess fluid collects in tissues causing swelling (edema)