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Making Compression work for Chronic Oedema and Venous Leg Ulcers- Dispelling the Myths

You are invited to join Professor Christine Moffatt and 3M for a live webinar, hosted by MC – Gary Bain

Date: Tuesday 31st May 2016
Times: 2:00pm – 3:30pm Australia (AEST)
4:00pm - 5:30pm New Zealand (NZT)

Click here to download a pdf version of this invitation

3M™ Coban™ 2 Layer Compression Systems are clinically proven to be comfortable, increasing compliance and improving the potential for more effective treatment. And, patients can wear their own shoes!

Learn more about Coban 2 Layer Compression Systems for Venous Leg Ulcers  »

Including:

  • Application and Removal Posters and Videos
  • Clinical Evidence
  • On-line Education
  • View previous edition of our 3M Under Pressure Newsletter

Extensive research, design and testing led 3M scientists to develop 3M™ Coban™ 2 Layer Compression System - a breakthrough in compression bandaging with the potential to change the practice of lymphoedema intensive therapy.

Learn more about Coban 2 Layer Compression Systems for Lymphoedema »

Including:

  • Application and Removal Posters and Videos
  • Clinical Evidence
  • On-line Education
  • View previous edition of our 3M Under Pressure Newsletter

3M are proud supporters of the Australasian Lymphology Association (ALA). The ALA currently have a project (powered by an IBM Impact Grant) which seeks to provide an on-line registry for people living with lymphoedema in Australia and New Zealand. Please click here to learn more about this important project.

3M are empowering Lymphoedema patients to treat themselves within the privacy and comfort of their home.
Self-bandaging may assist selected patients with independence, flexibility and self-efficacy in managing their lymphoedema.(1,2)

3M™ Coban™ 2 Compression Systems should only be used under supervision of a health care professional after full consultation, assessment and instructions.

The below resources is to be used under supervision by your healthcare practitioner following full instruction and practice.

References
1. Tidhar D, Hodgson P, Shay C, Towers A. A Lymphedema Self-Management Programme: Report on 30 Cases. Physiotherapy Canada vol 66, Number 4
2. Halloran D. Empowering the Lymphoedema Patient to apply compression bandaging. Poster presentation ILF 2014.


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