ALPS EasySleeve Reinforced Fabric prosthetic gel sleeve provides superior comfort thanks to its use of ALPS EasyGel.
The elasticity of the fabric allows the user a great deal of freedom of knee flexion.
The EasySleeve also achieves secure suspension by sealing to the skin without restricting circulation.
The lower coefficient of friction found with the EasyGel helps relieve the skin of shear forces.
Easy to don also for patients with reduced manual dexterity
Indicated for delicate and fragile skins thanks to the antioxidants contained in the gel
Minimizes compression and irritation proximally
Allows a high degree of freedom of knee flexion
Relieves the skin from stress generated by shear forces thanks to EasyGel’s low coefficient of static friction
EasySleeve SFR. Sizing chart Measure
Measure the circumference of the leg at 10 cm above the centre of the knee.
|MEASURED SIZE (CM)||3MM OR 6MM UNIFORM|
|16-19 cm||SFR10-(3 or 6)|
|20-24 cm||SFR16-(3 or 6)|
|25-30 cm||SFR20-(3 or 6)|
|31-34 cm||SFR24-(3 or 6)|
|35-37 cm||SFR26-(3 or 6)|
|38-40 cm||SFR28-(3 or 6)|
|41-45 cm||SFR32-(3 or 6)|
|46-60 cm||SFR38-(3 or 6)|
|61-70 cm||SFR44-(3 or 6)|
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