Circaid Reduction Kit Shelf Strap
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circaid reduction kit shelf straps are designed to offer additional support and coverage to shelves and lobules that may be present on the limb. The straps can also be used to cover any potential gaps that may appear in between the straps where the circaid reduction kit has difficulty matching the limb contour. The application generally occurs when there are large jumps in the circumference measurements and the limb may need additional support and compression. The reduction kit shelf straps come with additional hook and loop tabs allowing you to create as many as 3 straps from this item.
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Follow these instructions carefully to determine the correct size.
- Measurements should be taken in the morning when swelling is at a minimum.
- Measure against bare skin, not over clothing.
- Feet should be flat on the floor.
①Measure your ankle circumference at the narrowest part of your ankle right above the anklebone.
②Measure calf circumference at the fullest part of your calf.
③Measure the calf length, which is measured from where your heel touches the floor to the bend in the back of the knee the knee.
④For thigh highs or pantyhose, measure your thigh circumference at its fullest part
⑤Measure the length of your leg, from where your heel touches the floor to the gluteal fold.
⑥For compression pantyhose, you’ll also need to measure your hips, at their widest part.