Komprex® II "spaghetti foam" is an excellent padding source, but at the same time, it’s unique surface provides a firm but gentle micro massaging effect that helps soften fibrotic tissues and thickened skin
Uniquely designed, Komprex® II "spaghetti foam" by Lohmann & Rauscher is constructed of narrow strips of open cell, rounded polyurethane foam rubber which is surrounded by a soft and breathable, skin-friendly non-woven polyester fabric. While resembling strips of spaghetti, the uneven channeled surface of Komprex® II helps soften thickened, fibrotic tissues through it’s gentle massage effect. The channeled layers of Komprex® II not only helps loosen the fibrotic tissue, but also provides enhanced air flow between the layers for greater patient comfort.
Komprex® II is used to provide padding and compression in phlebology and lymphology applications, and maybe used in combination with other compression products to increase local pressure, aid in lymph flow and help soften fibrosis. The channels within the material should be aligned in the direction of the lymph flow, with the soft, fabric side of the product placed against the skin over a tubular stockinette. Outer compression may be achieved with a layer of overlapping Rosidal K short stretch bandages.
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