Surgical Abdominal Binder 4 Panel, by Jobst, is a device to apply even pressure to the abdomen in cases where the abdominal muscles were weakened by surgery or strain. This is similar to a close relative binder type by the same manufacturer, the Surgical Abdominal Binder 3 Panel, but adds a greater length of abdominal and torso security - a full 12 inches to be exact.
And like its 3-panel counterpart, this device will wrap the upper and lower portion of the abdomen so as to, not only secure underlying dressing materials, but to support the muscles and connective tissue to aid proper healing. This surgical abdominal binder is compression based to make up for abdominal muscles weakened by strain, and works effectively without restricting breathing or muscle redevelopment.
This abdominal support is made of premium woven elastic for firm and consistent compression. The material can be altered without worry of unraveling so medical staff can make passage for drainage tubes that may need to be added for wound care. The binder is fashioned with hook-compatible exterior to allow for more adjustment configurations and easy application -- just pull and press on to secure. The abdominal binder's paneled hinge-stitch creates four separate panels for a conforming, tapered fit. It has plush lining for comfort and is latex free.
Surgical Abdominal Binder 4 Panel Features and Benefits
- The binder will help support the abdomen where muscles have been weakened by surgery or strain.
- The device will cover both lower and upper abdominal areas.
- It is fastened easily with hook and loop fasteners.
- The binder will not restrict breathing and still stay effective.
- The elastic can be altered to allow opening for drainage tubes.
Surgical Abdominal Binder 4 Panel Specifications
- Product Numbers: 36-6404, 36-6405, 36-6406
- Manufacturer: Jobst
- Color: White
- Length: 12 Inches
- Small: 30-45 Inches
- Medium: 46-62 Inches
- Large: 60-75 Inches
- HCPCS: A4466
- Additional Information
Manufacturer FLA Orthopedics
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