Benefits

When applied correctly, the garment will increase blood circulation around the surgical area where a breast augmentation, breast implant, mastectomy, or lumpectomy has been performed. The Medebra surgical garment will also accelerate the healing process, diminish swelling, and flush out any harmful bodily fluid from the specific area. In the event of a sudden movement (Example: sneeze or cough), the Medebra garments control will minimize the discomfort.

Medebra (CPT Code L-8000) includes all the features needed post breast surgery and the only adjustable and fully releasable strap design as a resource for the segment of the patients with chest catheters and ports. The strap design does not dig into the patients port and offers a padded area over which provides protection. As a result, it will cut back on infections and lessen the chance of readmissions that would cause charge backs to the hospital. Medebra eliminates belts, camisoles and other support garments. Our soft Velcro is tool and die cut providing precise sizing and comfort. Using an endorsed blend of material to absorb moisture and flush fluids, the body design underarm will come above and not dig into where lymph nodes are removed. Medebra is specially designed to come below the sutures for breast reductions. There is no minimum orders and all orders are processed within 24 hours. Offers larger sizing than others for women with out a price increase. Medebra is packaged for space saving, 3”x6”x1/4”.

The Medebra is indicated for use after a wide range of surgical procedures:

  • Reduction  • Mastectomy
  • Reconstruction
  • Lumpectomy
  • Lift
  • Biopsy
  • Augmentation
  • Fine Needle Aspiration
  • Dialisys, Patient with chest catheter
  • Chemotherapy for chest port

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Medebra strap does not
dig into chest ports/chest catheter

NOT Medebra

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Strap digs into port/chest catheter site

 

Port sites and Medebra

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Port sites and Not a Medebra

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Chemotherapy for chest ports

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Medebra being used after surgery

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