JOBST® Compri2® two-layer compression system provides consistent reliable compression.
• Provides effective levels of sustained graduated compression
• Safe and easy to apply
• Ensures compliance and maximum healing for cost-effective care
• Available in both four-layer and three-layer as well as a format not made with natural rubber latex
• Includes Cutimed® Sorbact® with DACC Technology as the wound contact layer to reduce bioburden that may impede healing
JOBST® Compri2® is indicated for compression treatment of venous leg ulcers and any accompanying edemas and the compression treatment of lymphatic edemas.
The two-layer compression system should not be used on patients who could potentially have an allergic reaction to any one of the following components:
Padded bandage: polyester/compression bandage: cotton, synthetic rubber not made with natural rubber latex.
The compression system should not be used in the event of advanced diabetic micoangiopathy, Phlegmasia coerulea dolens or septic thrombosis. Its use can occasionally lead to problems if there are any disturbances in the limbs.
JOBST® Compri2®: High compression pressures are contraindicated for arterial disorders (arterial or predominately arterial ulcers, or for an existing or suspected arterial disorder) and for patients with an ABI of < 0.8.
JOBST® Compri2® lite: If the ABI is lower than 0.5, the compression system should not be used.
If the compression force is too high, this can lead to a restriction of circulation or cause a disturbance to the blood supply. If pain occurs in the patient's foot or toes, or his/her toes becomes cold and numb, the bandages should be removed at once and the health care professional should be contacted. Please check the application site regularly for any discoloration, pain, numbness or swelling.
|Not made w/ natural rubber latex|
|Prescribed primarily for acute care|
|Reusable rigid garment|
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Please follow the internationally valid guidelines and your own in-house regulations for the control of infection. When applying the compression system, the foot should be held in a bent position (i.e., at a 90° angle to the leg). The enclosed tape measure helps to give a rough estimate of the circumference of the leg, but it is not suitable for taking an exact measurement. The decision on the progress of the treatment is the responsibility of the health care professional.
Essity is a global leader in the worldwide health care market specializing in the areas of compression therapy, wound care and orthopedics.