The CircAid® Juxta-Fit™ Premium Legging System incorporates state-of-the-art materials with a simple patented design to create one of the most comfortable and effective compression devices ever. The Juxta-Lock™ Band System allows for quick and easy application and minimal adjustments that help maintain compression levels, a comfortable fit, and better patient outcomes with lymphedema or venous disease treatment. The material utilizes limited linear stretch technology along the length of the device that hugs the contours of the leg, reduces slipping, and makes the use of foam inserts virtually unnecessary. Adjusting the bands of the device to a firm and comfortable compression achieves therapeutic levels of gradient compression and can be worn 24 hours a day with the bands being slightly loosened for night time wear. The Juxta-Fit is specially designed to use varying bandwidths to control and assure gradient compression throughout the entire length of the device regardless of limb shape. The Juxta-Fit features: (1) cool, light-weight, Breathe-O-Prene™ material; (2) the patented Juxta-Lock Band System for easy on/off; (3) antimicrobial SILVERtec™ lining; (4) controlled bandwidth gradient compression; (5) limited linear stretch material that hugs the limb; (6) contour reducing slippage; (7) 100% machine washable; (8) 1 year warranty
Each Juxta-Fit Premium includes: (1) Premium Compression Leggings; (a) one pair of Comfort Compression Anklets; (b) one PAC Band; (c) one Black Comfort Cover-Up; (d) one pair of Comfort Footless Leg Liners; (e) one Build-In Pressure System guide card
When to Take Measurements
It is important that the edema is at its most reduced state. Most often this is found first thing in the morning or at the end of treatment.
How to Take Measurements
Measurements should be taken in the standing position. Limb should be at its smallest. Limb size at the time of measurements should be maintained to assure a proper fit of the garment.
Measurements should be as accurate as possible. When on borderline between sizes, the amount of edema present and the anticipated reduction should be considered. If significant edema is present and reduction is anticipated, a smaller size should be selected. If edema is minimal, a larger size should be selected.
If measurements do not fall within any one size category, a custom garment may be a better option.
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