Lundatex® system
PressCise compression product bandage

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Lundatex system compression

A compression system developed for venous insufficiency and leg ulcers

 

The product provides a low, safe resting pressure and a high, effective working pressure. This enhances the calf muscle's pumping function, hence improving the venous return and ejection fraction. The system can also be used on patients with mixed ulcers due to the low resting pressure.

 

The underlying bandage Lundatex® medical provides a safe and well-defined resting pressure of 20 mmHg. The PressPatch™ adheres to the bandage material without adding pressure in the resting position. However, when the patient is standing or walking, the PressPatches™ creates a stiff layer, providing high effective working pressure between 45-60 mmHg.

 

FixPatch™ is used to close the system in the front, and is developed for the maintenance of pressure over time. This is easily done before bed rise every morning, simply by opening up and closing the FixPatch™ in the front. By opening the front, the surrounding PressPatches™ adapt to the changes in limb size, hence they provide a consistent pressure also over time.

Lundatex system compression PressPatch
Lundatex system compression PressPatch
Lundatex system compression PressPatch
Lundatex system compression
FixPatch compression
PressPatch compression

“Attaching PressPatch™ to the elastic bandage, significantly improves the hemodynamic effectiveness. The improvement of ejection fraction into normal range is due to the increase of standing pressure produced by the stiff PressPatch™ and at the same time, maintains a low and comfortable resting pressure.”

 

- Prof. Giovanni Mosti 2016

Lundatex system compression

 

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