Compression device for the treatment of venous diseases and concomitant oedema
circaid juxtalite hd is designed for the treatment of moderate to severe oedema in venous diseases. Thus, the device consists of a more robust and thicker material compared to the other circaid devices used in the therapy of venous diseases (e.g. circaid juxtalite).
Thanks to the four interlacing bands with hook and loop fasteners, the donning and doffing is very fast and simple. With the help of the integrated circaid Built-In-Pressure System (BPS) the required compression range can be adjusted and measured exactly. The ability to simply readjust the compression range during the day avoids a loss of pressure and thus prevents the device from sliding down. This leads to a consistent and effective compression therapy of venous diseases and concomitant oedema. (1, 2)
Furthermore, studies prove that with adjustable compression devices the healing rates of venous leg ulcers are faster compared to traditional compression bandaging. (2)
(1) Mosti G et al. Adjustable compression wrap devices are cheaper and more effective than inelastic Bandages for venous leg ulcer healing. A Multicentric Italian Randomized Clinical Experience. Phlebology 2020;35(2):124-133.
(2) Stather PW et al. Review of adjustable velcro wrap devices for venous ulceration. In Wound J 2019;16(4):903-908.
- Thicker and more robust material – for moderate to severe phleboedema
- Updated band design for improved fit, avoiding wrinkles and preventing eventual window oedema
- Package includes two compressive undersocks moderate
- Easy handling - simple donning and doffing
- circaid Built-In-Pressure System (BPS): adjustable, controllable and re-adjustable compression
- Breathe-O-Prene: breathable material with high working pressure
- Latex-free, odour-inhibiting material with anti-bacterial effect
- Re-adjustability of the individual bands avoids pressure loss and thus sliding down of the garment (1,2)
The compression system is designed to provide compression to the foot and ankle for patients with venous and lymphatic disorders.
- Chronic venous insufficiency
- Varicose veins
- Post Thrombotic Syndrome
- Venous Stasis Ulcer
- Post Sclerotherapy
- Dependent oedema
- Severe Peripheral Arterial Disease
- Uncontrolled Congestive Heart Failure
- Septic Phlebitis
- Phlegmasia Cerulea Dolens
- Untreated infection
- Any circumstance where increased venous and lymphatic return is undesirable
- Suspected or known untreated acute DVT
- Mild to Moderate Peripheral Arterial Disease
- Impaired Sensation - must be able to sense applied pressure
- Intolerance to material(s)
- Pediatric & assisted use - must be able to sense & communicate applied pressure