Post-Surgical Compression Bra
- CURAD Post-Surgical Compression Bra Medline
- This CURAD post-surgical mammary compression dressing can be used as a post-mastectomy or post-op bra for other chest surgeries.
- The design provides easy access to the surgical site for inspection and dressing changes and does not restrict the wearer's range of motion.
- Constructed from breathable, soft-touch bamboo, single-knit nylon, and Lycra spandex
- Removable and adjustable pouches with hook-and-loop straps accommodate drains or pain pumps.
- Wide elastic waistband offers maximum support, security, and coverage, and wide side panels cover and protect incisions.
Choosing the right post-op compression bra for your needs while you recuperate from breast surgery is very important. Sutures and drains are more comfortable and secure with a post-surgery bra. They also restrict movement, which aids in the reduction of bruising and bleeding following breast surgery, chest surgery, or open heart surgery. The compression bra by Supplier’s CURAD is intended to provide comfort, support, and adjustment post-surgery.
The fine design of this bra allows easy access to the surgery site for inspection and dressing changes while also allowing the wearer to move freely. Drains or pain pumps can be accommodated in replaceable and flexible pouches with hook-and-loop straps. An elastic waistband and wide side panels protect and cover incisions, offering maximum support, security, and coverage.
The supplier’s CURAD mammary compression bra is designed for breathability. It is made from soft and delicate bamboo, single-knit nylon, and Lycra spandex. The bamboo fabric is anti-bacterial and hypoallergenic, thus preventing the wearer's discomfort. This super soft wireless bra made of stretch fabric supports post-operative recovery without causing pain or discomfort.
Easy Movement: This seamless bra has a front clasp that provides ultimate comfort and can be worn all day long. While this bra provides mild but substantial support, it stays securely in place, reducing the discomfort of your recovery process.
Adjustability: In addition to the front closure, the adjustable shoulder straps provide an easy way to adjust even during fluctuating swelling levels to maintain a comfortable fit.
Compression: With focused compression, swelling is reduced at each stage of recovery. The fabric and design of the compression bra make the body more efficient at eliminating waste and preventing fluid build-up. These bras are available in sizes small to 2X Large.
|AREA OF APPLICATION Breast Area COLOR White LATEX FREE Yes||MATERIAL Bamboo PRIMARY OR SECONDARY DRESSING Secondary Dressing||PRODUCT TYPE Chest Compression Compression Therapy UNSPSC 42312501|
|Insufficient Bra Choices||Insufficient Guidance|
|Comfort and Fit||Variety and Accessibility||Care Team Support||Bra Fitter Support|
|“I’ve tried many bras since surgery & all are very uncomfortable. The bras sent home with me from the hospital were very uncomfortable around my midsection.”||“Nothing seemed to fit my needs…Nothing out there for those who choose no recon. Everything has cups.”||“Was not given any information on bra or potential bra choices post op.”||“[Bras] Did not fit well. Needed a prosthetic breast but had no idea about where to start.”|
|“Something that fits like a hug would be nice. Soft fabric, front closure that is easy on / off, something protective between the closure and skin so as not to irritate with zippers and Velcro rubbing, and available in sizes that accommodate women who were [formerly] not only A cups but F cups and larger.”||“I did not go to the 2 fitters that were recommended. I looked them up online and didn’t see anything I liked that I wanted to pay the huge cost for, even though it would have been covered by insurance. I found what worked for me through trial and error at a fraction of the cost. It was the same with prosthesis. I found the [transgender] sites online had better options for cheaper costs.”||“Surgeon did not properly size me for the bra.”||“No one helped me, but why wear a bra -I have nothing there.”|
|“My surgeon gave me Rx prior to surgery for compression bras so I could go home in comfort. All surgeons should provide [prescription] for bra best suited for their respective patient needs.”||“I was fitted for my bra and breast forms and the fitter did an EXCELLENT JOB at helping me look and feel normal!”|
|“The sides were either too low allowing spillage over the top [that] was both unsightly and very uncomfortable. Or on the other hand was too high, causing tremendous discomfort.”||“I would love sexy bras for bilaterally flat and gorgeous women. I would also love to see sexy, pretty bras for unilaterally flat women.”||“Just that it would be good to get advice about compression for scar/seroma reduction and also for lymphedema prevention.”||“I don’t think the assumption should be that women want to have fake breasts - especially immediately after surgery. I needed something flat with light compression and that was not easy to find and is not covered by insurance while all the fake boobs stuff is. I find that annoying.”|