3M™ Coban™ 2 Compression System Kits 2094

3M ID 7100037958
  • 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
  • Latex free
  • Reduced slippage
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Specifications
Brand
Coban™
Size
One size fits all
Details
  • 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
  • Latex free
  • Reduced slippage
  • Preferred by patients over other multi-layer bandage systems
  • One size fits all

The 3M™ Coban™ 2 Compression System is comfortable to wear and simple to apply. The system comprises of two thin layers to provide the stiffness required to sustain working pressures/low resting pressures to reduce oedema without the bulk. Recommended for patients with an ABPI ≥ 0.8.

The system is specifically developed to overcome some of the challenges that clinicians encounter with compression therapy. This compression system offers benefits to both clinicians and patients.

Suggested Applications

  • For treatment of venous leg ulcers
  • For management of chronic oedema
  • For management of lymphoedema

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8. Moffatt C, Edwards L, Collier M et al (2008) A randomized controlled 8 week crossover clinical evaluation on the 3M™ Coban 2 Layer Compression System versus Profore™ to evaluate the product performance in patients with venous leg ulcers. International Wound Journal 5 (2) 267-2798. Moffatt C, Edwards L, Collier M et al (2008) A randomized controlled 8 week crossover clinical evaluation on the 3M™ Coban 2 Layer Compression System versus Profore™ to evaluate the product performance in patients with venous leg ulcers. International Wound Journal 5 (2) 267-2799. 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 8-10