TwoPress® 2 Lite

Two-layer compression bandaging system

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  • Layer one is a short stretch padding bandage
  • Layer two is a long-stretch cohesive compression bandage that locks into the first layer and features a visual indicator
  • TwoPress® 2 Lite sticks to itself, preventing the bandages from slipping down, while sustaining therapeutically relevant pressure for up to 7 days.
  • TwoPress® 2 Lite may be used on patients with an ABPI of 0.6 – 0.8.

TwoPress® 2 Lite

156281

Selling unit of measure is a case


1 box of 8 kits

Product Information Padding bandage, 4” x 7.1 yds. / 10cm x 6.5m; Cohesive bandage, 4” x 8.9 yds. / 10cm x 8.2m
Article Number
3320210
Content
1 Folding box
EAN
4052199551821
Content
1 Box of 8 Folding boxes
EAN
4052199571362
Content
1 Pallet of 60 Boxes
EAN
Product Information Article Number Content EAN
1 box of 8 kits
Padding bandage, 4” x 7.1 yds. / 10cm x 6.5m; Cohesive bandage, 4” x 8.9 yds. / 10cm x 8.2m
Article Number 3320210
1 Folding box 1 Box of 8 Folding boxes 1 Pallet of 60 Boxes 4052199551821 4052199571362

Application

1. Ignoring the printed indicator, apply the white padding
bandage (with the ink facing away from the skin), next to the base of the toes.

2. After two turns of fixation, wrap the bandage across the
back of the foot and enclose the heel in figures of 8. Adjust the stretch based on the anatomy of the foot.

3. Using a spiral technique, wrap with an overlap of 50%. Stretch the bandage until the indicator shows a regular hexagon. Use the center line of the hexagon to guide overlap.

4. Tear off (pinch and pull) excess bandage material beneath the tibial tuberosity. Additional fixation is not necessary; tape may be used if desired.

5. Ignoring the printed indicator, apply the cohesive
compression bandage next to the base of the toes, so the edge of the white short-stretch padding remains visible.

6. After two turns for fixation, wrap the bandage across the back of the foot and enclose the heel in figures of 8. Adjust the stretch based on the anatomy of the foot.

7. Using a spiral technique wrap with an overlap of 50%. Stretch the bandage until the indicator shows a regular hexagon. Use the center line of the hexagon to guide overlap. Tear off (pinch and pull) excess bandage material beneath the tibial tuberosity, leaving the edge of the white padding visible.

8. Press the compression bandage evenly with both hands over the entire lower leg.


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