Caresia Below Knee Bandage Liner

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Caresia Below Knee Bandage Liners make multi-layered bandaging a breeze, helping clients gain independence in a shorter amount of time.  Like all Caresia Bandage Liners, unique foam particles help address tissue indurartion and pad irregulations.  Clients simply wrap over the top to achieve compression.  For an even simpler solution, use Readywrap products over the top instead of bandages.

Caresia Bandage Liners replace stockinette and multi layer of padding or foam.  Patients simply don the Caresia and then, using a spiral or figure-eight wrapping style with 50% overlap, wrap over the top of the Caresia with short-stretch bandages.  The short-stretch bandages should be applied to provide a snug fit but not tight.


Size Ankle Girth Calf Girth Foot Length Calf Length
Short Small 22-28cm         28-40cm         20-25cm          up to 41 cm
Short Medium 28-34cm 40-42cm 25-30cm up to 41 cm
Short Large 34-40cm 52-64cm 30-35cm up to 41 cm
Average Small 22-28cm 28-40cm


Average Medium 28-34cm 40-52cm 25-30cm 41-47cm
Average Large 34-40cm 52-64cm 30-35cm 41-47cm
Tall Small 22-28cm 28-40cm 20-25cm 47-53cm
Tall Medium 28-34cm 40-52cm 25-30cm 47-53cm
Tall Large 34-40cm 42-64cm 30-35cm 47-53cm


1.  Foam chips in Caresia Bandage Liners create localized tissue pressure differentials to stimulate interstitial fluid movement, prevent stagnation, and soften indurated tissue.

2.  Caresia garments make wrapping a breeze for the inexperienced wrapper.  Caresia is designed to disperse irregular bandage pressures, thus creating a more uniform, symmetrical shape to the limb, padding boney prominances, filling concave spaces and compensating for anatomical differences, which impair the distal to promixal gradient compression.

3.  Caresia garments create localized tissue stretch, opening the initial lymphatic gaps to encourage reabsorption of interstital fluids and particles.

MATERIALS:   Meryl, Lycra, Polyurethane


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