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Compression garments (stockings, sleeves, gloves, etc.) are made with one of three fabrication techniques: (1) cut and sew; (2) circular knitting; (3) flat knitting. The strongest support can be offered by flat knitting techniques, which are almost always custom-made. These flat knits have few flat seams while circular knits are seamless and cut and sew garments have multiple seams.
How to Take Length Measurements
Length measurements should be taken at each circumference. It is recommended that you mark the arm with a non-permanent, non-toxic marker at each circumference measurement made. The length measurement is then taken from point 'C' (wrist) along the inside of the arm to point 'G' (axilla).
Circumference point 'C' is the point of greatest compression and therefore the most important point. This point is found distally on the arm where the wrist meets the hand. One should find the smallest circumference at this point.
Circumference point 'E' is found at the middle of the elbow.
Circumference point 'G' is taken around the upper arm at the axilla. For ease in determining this point, place a book up into the arm pit area. Point 'G' on the arm will be even with the top of the book.
The Jobst Bella Lite arm sleeve helps maintain the limb size of lymphedema patients. This cool and comfortable garment provides gradient compression to assist in patient management following trauma, surgery, or radiation therapy. The arm sleeve is made from a soft, lightweight, and air permeable material with knit construction and fits a wide range of arm shapes. Reduced compression at the wrist provides an effective and comfortable fit when the arm sleeve is worn with a gauntlet.