JOBST® Bella Lite

JOBST Bella™ Lite ready-to-wear for the arms and hands

Following a physical injury, surgery or radiation therapy, further complications are not uncommon. Any trauma to the lymphatic system is a potential cause of lymphoedema and other types of oedema. If complications do occur, you should consult a doctor to get a correct diagnose and initiate an appropriate treatment. Wearing compression garments on the affected limb as soon as possible helps to manage your symptom and counteracts the worsening of symptoms.

That’s where JOBST Bella™ Lite ready-to-wear compression garments come in. Designed to provide effective compression therapy for mild to moderate edema without forgoing comfort, these garments help you get back to what you love doing most: continuing to live a fulfilling and independent life.

Features and advantages of the JOBST Bella™ Lite range

The JOBST Bella™ Lite Ready-to-Wear circular-knit arm sleeves and gauntlets are available in regular and long lengths and multiple sizes to fit a broad range of arm sizes and shapes.
 

JOBST Bella™ Lite ready-to-wear garments are:

  • Durable and machine washable
  • Soft and air permeable
  • Easy to put on and comfortable to wear
  • Latex-free

The JOBST Bella™ Lite variations offer you the gradient compression you need to manage your oedema effectively. They are available in compression classes CCL 1 (15-20mmHg) and CCL 2 (20-30mmHg).

Combined with proper skin care and exercise, compression therapy with JOBST Bella™ Lite garments provide a highly effective way to make your condition more manageable on a day-to-day basis.

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