3M™ advances and streamlines compression therapy with the Coban™ 2 Two-Layer Compression System, a solution designed to help patients manage venous leg ulcers (VLC). Application of standard and Lite systems assists with reducing edema and pain to help patients better get through day-to-day activities. Once applied, the Coban™ 2 Two-Layer Compression System remains in place during wear.
This is a listing for the Coban™ 2 Lite Two-Layer Compression System. Click here for the standard Coban™ 2 Two-Layer Compression System.
About the Coban™ 2 Lite Two-Layer Compression System
Easy to apply, this compression tape helps target treatment for more consistent, reliable results. The Coban™ 2 Lite Two-Layer Compression System:
• Is designed with 3M’s Intelligent Compression Dynamics materials to create a comfortable, non-elastic sleeve that aids the patient’s muscle movement and improves venous circulation.
• Helps patients achieve a more normal, everyday lifestyle through lightweight, breathable construction. Patients can wear their own shoes while using the sleeve.
• Remains in place to deliver sustained therapeutic compression for up to seven days without slipping.
• Features a low-profile design that adapts to a range of body shapes and sizes.
• Applies full-stretch compression that lessens variability and improves patient compliance.
• Allows for fast, straightforward application.
• Is free of natural rubber latex.
• Includes a black nylon stocking.
The 3M™ Coban™ 2 Lite Two-Layer Compression System provide reduced compression (25-30 mmHg) for patients with ABPI greater than or equal to 0.5. Each system is supplied as a kit that includes two rolls:
• a Comfort Layer roll (4″ x 2.9 yds)
• a Compression Layer roll (4″ x 5.1 yds)
Uses for the Coban™ 2 Lite Two-Layer Compression System
Coban™ 2 Two-Layer Compression Systems are indicated for the treatment of venous leg ulcers, lymphedema and other conditions where compression is appropriate.
This product is part of 3M’s comprehensive plan for the treatment of venous leg ulcers (VLU). Providing compression therapy is an essential element in treating this often-stubborn condition. It has been shown to contribute to effective VLU management through edema reduction, decreased pain, and improvement in a patient’s daily activities.