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3M™ Coban™ 2 Lite Compression Layer 20726, 15 cm x 3.5 m

3M ID 7000064612
  • Latex free
  • Lower overall treatment cost for intensive bandaging
  • Reduced clinical time
  • Easy application
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Specifications
Brand
Coban™
Department
Cardiovascular, Critical Care, Dialysis Center, Intensive Care Unit, Medical-Surgical, Wound Care
Product Type
Compression Therapy
Wound Care Condition Type
Venous Leg Ulcer
Details
  • Latex free
  • Lower overall treatment cost for intensive bandaging
  • Reduced clinical time
  • Easy application
  • Effective compression and reduction in oedema
  • Improves patient mobility through period of therapy
  • Engineered with Intelligent Compression Dynamics to stay in place and deliver comfortable, effective, therapeutic compression for oedema and other conditions requiring compression
  • Specifically developed to overcome some of the challenges that clinicians encounter with compression therapy

3M™ Coban™ 2 Layer Compression System is comprised of two thin layers to provide the bulk-free stiffness needed to sustain working or low resting pressures when reducing oedema or treating venous leg ulcers.

Our compression system is comfortable to wear, simple to apply and recommended for patients with an ABPI ≥ 0.8.

Suggested Applications

  • For management of Chronic Oedema
  • For management of lymphoedema
  • For treatment of venous leg ulcers

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13. 3M Data on File 2014; UK Health Economics Model9. Franks P, Moffatt CJ, Murray S et al (2012) Evaluation of the performance of a new compression system in patients with lymphoedema. International Wound Journal (in press)10. Collier M, Schuren J (2007) Ease of use and reproducibility of 5 compression systems. Journal of Wound Care 2007, Supplement 8-109. Franks P, Moffatt CJ, Murray S et al (2012) Evaluation of the performance of a new compression system in patients with lymphoedema. International Wound Journal (in press)9. Franks P, Moffatt CJ, Murray S et al (2012) Evaluation of the performance of a new compression system in patients with lymphoedema. International Wound Journal (in press) 12. Moffatt CJ, Franks PJ, Hardy D et al (2012) A preliminary randomized controlled study to determine application frequency of a new lymphoedema bandaging system. Brit J Derm 166 (3) 624-6324