The circaid juxtalite compression wraps are the leading clinical recommendation for inelastic wraps, thanks to the ability to properly dose the desired compression level using the included BPS Card.
The BPS (Built-In Pressure System) gives the option to set the compression to 20-30 mmHg, 30-40 mmHg, or 40-50 mmhg, thus making juxtalite the most accurate and reliable compression wrap on the market today.
juxtalite wraps are built with inelastic compression to create higher working pressure for improved circulation. The juxtalite material acts like a wall when the muscles flex and push against it; further supporting the bodies natural function to circulate fluid in the lower leg. This effect, also known as muscle pump, offers greater edema control over elastic compression stockings.
For this reason, inelastic wraps are a better choice for anyone suffering from more advanced stages of venous disease: venous leg ulcers, chronic venous insufficiency, phlebolymphedema (juxtalite HD).
Elastic compression, the type of compression found in graduated compression stockings, uses elasticity to apply a set amount of pressure around the limb.
Because elastic compression stockings are constantly squeezing the leg, it is not recommended to sleep in graduated compression stockings.
Because circaid juxtalite is made with Inelastic compression, it can be worn 24/7!
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