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Dyna 4-LB Multi-Layer Compression Bandaging System (Combi Pack)

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Dyna 4-LB Multi-Layer Compression Bandaging System (Combi Pack)

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₹750.00

Multilayer compression bandaging system is one of the proven methods of compression therapy in the treatment of venous, leg ulcers and lymphatic disorders. It comprises of four types of bandages applied one above the other. It is the most cost effective and convenient way to deal with the indications as it provides consistent compression to the affected area of application and excellent exudate management with faster ulcer healing.

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What’s In The Pack:

  • Plain stockinette- For securing the wound and dressing
  • Orthopaedic bandage- Absorbs exudates. Redistributes pressure around the limb
  • Cotton compression bandage- Considered to be the second layer in the system. This will flatten the padding layer and aid absorbency of the orthopaedic bandage
  • Cotton and rubber elastic bandage- provides higher pressure at the ankle, with decreasing pressure exhibited at the calf to help improve upward blood flow. It is essential that the correct technique and pressure is used while applying the bandage
  • Cohesive bandage- This layer provides higher level of compression (sub bandage pressure approximately 23 mmHg) and must not be over extended

 

Features:

  • Designed to deliver effective and sustained compression throughout the wear time
  • Fewer dressing changes and extended wear time saves time and cost of treatment
  • No extra cotton layer required
  • Non-infection dressing
  • Stays fresh and effective even on the seventh day of use.
  • Cost effective and convenient
  • 4-LB may be used on the leg for upto 7 days

 

Directions For Use:

  • Apply dressing of choice to the limb. Before applying dressing under 4 LB, refer to manufacturer’s instructions for use under compression prior to application. Secure it using-
  • LAYER1: remove from the pack with sterile forceps and apply over wound dressing. Hold in place until covered by layer 2
  • LAYER2: Start applying the orthopaedic bandage from the base of the toes to the knee in spiral fashion with 50% overlap. It must always be used under compression.
  • LAYER3: Apply the light compression bandage in a spiral fashion at 50% extension and 50% overlap, from toe to knee. This is considered to be the second layer in the system. This will flatten the padding layer and aid absorbency of the orthopaedic bandage.
  • LAYER4: It is essential that the correct technique and pressure is used. Apply from the base of the toes to knee, using figure of 8 technique at 50% overlap and 50% extension. Use tape to secure.

 

Size specifications:

  • Plain stockinette- Width 10 cms x 20 cms
  • Orthopaedic bandage:- Width 10 cms x 3 m stretch length
  • Cotton compression bandage:- Width 10cm x 8m stretch length
  • Cotton and rubber elastic bandage:- Width 10 cms x 6m stretch length
  • Cohesive bandage:-  Width 10 cms x 4.5 m stretch length

Indications:

  • Venous ulcers
  • Venous and lymphatic disorders
  • Ulceration with oedema
  • Prevention of ulcers recurrence
  • For symptomatic relief from superficial thrombo-phlebitis
  • Traumatic wounds with local oedema

Precautions:

  • Do not use on patients with an ankle brachial pressure index (ABPI) of less than 0.8, or on diabetic patients with advanced small vessel disease.
  • Should the patient develop pain or pale, cool or numb extremities distal to the dressing, the bandages should be promptly removed. If the patient has a very thin ankle or very prominent tibial crest, extra padding should be applied to these areas to prevent pressure necrosis.
  • Failure to detect significantly reduced arterial flow can result in pressure necrosis, amputation etc
  • The risk of arterial as well as venous disease increases with age.
  • Wash and dry leg and apply a moisturizing cream to the unbroken skin. 

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Manufacturer Dynamic Techno Medicals

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750

What’s In The Pack:

  • Plain stockinette- For securing the wound and dressing
  • Orthopaedic bandage- Absorbs exudates. Redistributes pressure around the limb
  • Cotton compression bandage- Considered to be the second layer in the system. This will flatten the padding layer and aid absorbency of the orthopaedic bandage
  • Cotton and rubber elastic bandage- provides higher pressure at the ankle, with decreasing pressure exhibited at the calf to help improve upward blood flow. It is essential that the correct technique and pressure is used while applying the bandage
  • Cohesive bandage- This layer provides higher level of compression (sub bandage pressure approximately 23 mmHg) and must not be over extended

 

Features:

  • Designed to deliver effective and sustained compression throughout the wear time
  • Fewer dressing changes and extended wear time saves time and cost of treatment
  • No extra cotton layer required
  • Non-infection dressing
  • Stays fresh and effective even on the seventh day of use.
  • Cost effective and convenient
  • 4-LB may be used on the leg for upto 7 days

 

Directions For Use:

  • Apply dressing of choice to the limb. Before applying dressing under 4 LB, refer to manufacturer’s instructions for use under compression prior to application. Secure it using-
  • LAYER1: remove from the pack with sterile forceps and apply over wound dressing. Hold in place until covered by layer 2
  • LAYER2: Start applying the orthopaedic bandage from the base of the toes to the knee in spiral fashion with 50% overlap. It must always be used under compression.
  • LAYER3: Apply the light compression bandage in a spiral fashion at 50% extension and 50% overlap, from toe to knee. This is considered to be the second layer in the system. This will flatten the padding layer and aid absorbency of the orthopaedic bandage.
  • LAYER4: It is essential that the correct technique and pressure is used. Apply from the base of the toes to knee, using figure of 8 technique at 50% overlap and 50% extension. Use tape to secure.

 

Size specifications:

  • Plain stockinette- Width 10 cms x 20 cms
  • Orthopaedic bandage:- Width 10 cms x 3 m stretch length
  • Cotton compression bandage:- Width 10cm x 8m stretch length
  • Cotton and rubber elastic bandage:- Width 10 cms x 6m stretch length
  • Cohesive bandage:-  Width 10 cms x 4.5 m stretch length

Indications:

  • Venous ulcers
  • Venous and lymphatic disorders
  • Ulceration with oedema
  • Prevention of ulcers recurrence
  • For symptomatic relief from superficial thrombo-phlebitis
  • Traumatic wounds with local oedema

Precautions:

  • Do not use on patients with an ankle brachial pressure index (ABPI) of less than 0.8, or on diabetic patients with advanced small vessel disease.
  • Should the patient develop pain or pale, cool or numb extremities distal to the dressing, the bandages should be promptly removed. If the patient has a very thin ankle or very prominent tibial crest, extra padding should be applied to these areas to prevent pressure necrosis.
  • Failure to detect significantly reduced arterial flow can result in pressure necrosis, amputation etc
  • The risk of arterial as well as venous disease increases with age.
  • Wash and dry leg and apply a moisturizing cream to the unbroken skin. 
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