Compreflex inelastic compression

Compreflex inelastic compression

The Compreflex range of products are low profile compression devices designed to deliver measurable compression to the upper and lower extremeties.

Each Compreflex device is made of a soft comforming inelastic material, offering low to minimal stretch for proper fit and gradient application of compression.

Each garment is designed with key features that support you, including our patented Accutab® Devices which ensure the accurate application of the prescribed dosage of therapeutic compression. An interior stretch panel makes donning easy, and opposing rounded straps improve fit and comfort.


Ideal for

  • Chronic Venous Disease
  • Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI)
  • Lymphedema
  • Non-specific or post surgical edema

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Further reading



Lymphedema is a condition of localized fluid retention and tissue swelling caused by a compromised lymphatic system. Treatment includes medical compression, among others.


Lipedema is a chronic, progressive disorder that is characterized by abnormal distribution of adipose tissue. This results in disproportion between extremities and trunk. The disproportion is caused by a localized, symmetrical increase in subcutaneous adipose tissue, typically in the lower extremities, less common also in the upper extremities. Compression wear is one very important element in the treatment of lipedema.
Adjustable compression wraps: applications & benefits

Adjustable compression wraps: applications & benefits

This One-Pager reviews the scope of application as well as the benefits of adjustable compression wraps. It is available for download in English, German, French, Italian, Polish and Spanish. Adjustable compression wraps can be used for the management of lymphedema, chronic venous insufficiency and lipedema. The combination of material attributes (high working pressure, low resting pressure) and design properties (self-adjustability) offers many benefits over conventional bandages. Wraps can be self-applied by the patient or caregiver, and are therefore ideal for patients with limited access to care centers. They can be self-adjusted in the case of loosening or discomfort. The treatment efficacy in upper and lower limbs is enhanced. A further benefit of adjustable compression wraps is the cost-effectiveness through material saving and through time saving. Overall, wearing compression wraps results in an enhanced quality of life.
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