Lymphedema Bandages - Overview
Lymphedema Bandages And Bandaging
Lymphedema is a condition in which an area of the body (typically an arm or leg), becomes swollen because the lymph system has been damaged.
The lymph system is a network of lymph nodes and vessels throughout the body that transport lymph (a watery, clear liquid), nutrients, and waste material between the body tissues and the blood stream. The most common causes of damage to the lymph system are cancer, radiation, surgery, or trauma. Lymphedema often occurs after surgery for breast cancer, uterine cancer, or prostrate cancer.
While there is no cure for lymphedema, it can be treated through therapy, management, and maintenance.
At Bandages Plus, we sell everything you need to help treat and control lymphedema.
Types Of Lymphedema Bandages
Learn about the different types of lymphedema bandages, including short stretch compression bandages, medium and long stretch compression bandages, tubular stockinettes, foam, padding, and more.
Sizing For Lymphedema Bandages
Learn about sizing for lymphedema bandages, including how to size short stretch compression bandages and how to size tubular stockinettes and tubular elastic bandages.
Lymphedema Bandaging And Wraps Starter Kits
Learn about our lymphedema bandaging and wrap starter kits that contain all of the supplies you need to get started with your treatment of lymphedema.
Lymphedema Bandaging System
Learn about how an effective lymphedema bandaging system works to help reduce swelling by promoting the healthy flow of lymph fluid.
For more information about our lymphedema bandaging products please call (800) 770-1032, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org .