|::||Product Name:||Juzo Expert Hand Gauntlet with Finger Stubs|
|::||Style Number:||3021 ACFS|
|::||Compression Strength:||18-21 mmHg|
|::||Fabric Content:||80% Polyamid, 20% Elasthan|
|::||Sizes:||01-Extra Small, 02-Small, 03-Medium, 04-Large, 05-Extra Large, and 06-XX Large|
|::||Available Colors:||Stocked Colors: Beige, Black, Chocolate, and Cinnamon
Custom Dyed Colors: Chestnut, Pink, White, and All Seasonal Colors
|::||Packaging:||One gauntlet in a retail box|
Manufacturer: Juzo USA, Inc. (Julius Zorn)
Product Number: 3021ACFS
All compression garments, including arm sleeves, should be replaced after six months of normal wear. They start losing their effectiveness after that time. They will appear "looser" over time and you will start losing the maximum benefits of their compression strength. We recommend marking the date on the retail box they came. Also, if you keep the box you have the codes for reordering.
Additional Information Provided by the Manufacturer, Julius Zorn, Inc. (Juzo):
It is recommended that you consult your medical professional and fitter for proper guidelines on the use and application of this product. As therapy progresses or new symptoms develop, it may be necessary to take new measurements for a new compression garment.
It is also recommended that you put your compression armsleeve and gauntlet on first thing in the morning every day.
Features of the Juzo Expert Hand Gauntlet, Style #3021 ACFS:
Customize to any shape or size, the dense knit of our Expert garments works hard to contain any swelling that may occur.
- New and improved design featuring no inner thumb seam
- Extremely durable, with flat finger seams
- Anatomically shaped thumb
- Machine wash and dry
- Flat and non-irritating seam
- 80% POLYAMID, 20% ELASTHAN
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 Length Measurements
Length measurements will be necessary between some circumference points. It is recommended that you mark the hand with a non-permanent, non-toxic marker at the necessary circumference points.
Circumference point 'A' is found across the metacarpus.
Circumference point 'C' is found distally on the arm where the wrist meets the hand. One should find the smallest circumference at this point.