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Compression

When it comes to compression, we are the experts. Based on our medical expertise and research we know where the right post surgery compression must be knitted-in for optimum recovery and patient comfort.  

The integrated support and compression zones in our post-surgical compression wear are designed to help reduce the risk of edema and post-surgical complications, supporting the surgical site and scar areas while keeping wound irritation to a minimum.

The Carefix post-surgical compression wear is ideal for post-operative use, offering users support and freedom of movement without restricting or irritating sensitive tissue.

Carefix post-surgical compression wear features:

  • 4-WAY STRETCH
    The material will adjust to the operated breast by expanding and contracting accordingly, thereby providing optimum compression and comfort, while providing the patient with maximum comfort
  • COMPRESSION/SUPPORT ZONES 
    Help promote the healing process by controlled compression on the scar tissue
  • SEAMLESS DESIGN
    Provides maximum skin-friendliness and prevents pressure marks, as well as irritation of skin and scar.

Compression levels are based on recommended sizing. A higher level of compression can be obtained by choosing a smaller size. A lower level of compression can be obtained by choosing a larger size.

At Carefix we operate with 5 levels of compression and support:

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