Fury Arm Sleeve

$90.00

AVAILABILITY: Ships within 1-2 business days

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Lymphedivas Features:

True Comfort & Fit:

Lightweight, breathable, seamless design with 360° stretch allows the garments to conform around your arm and hand, reducing binding at elbow and in between fingers and eliminates finger webbing irritation (when wearing a glove).

Graduated Compression:

20-30 mmHg and 30-40 mmHg medical compression

Moisture Wicking:

State-of-the art moisture-wicking fabric that keeps your arm cool and dry

Skin Protection:

An infusion of unscented, microencapsulated aloe vera to help soften and moisturize

Hypoallergenic:

100% latex and silicone free, including our optional DIVA Diamond Band° gripper

Made in the USA:

Owned & made with love in America

No Double Compression:

When you get a gauntlet or glove to be worn with a sleeve, you can rest assured that our hand garments do not provide double compression at the wrist when worn with an arm sleeve.

Correct Finger Compression:

Gloves deliver graduated compression through the fingers and palm, pumping lymphatic fluid up and toward the body and reducing swelling.

Sizing Chart

How to Measure

Index Finger: Measure the circumference of the knuckle on your index finger.

Palm: Measure the top of your palm, just under your knuckles.

Wrist: On your wrist, measure over the little bone on the outside.

Forearm: Measure the fullest part of your forearm.

Bicep: Measure the fullest part halfway between your elbow and your armpit. If you have any extra skin here, gather it together as much as possible. You should hold the tape a bit tighter here so that all your skin is encircled evenly.

Length: Measure your arm length from the top of your arm to your wrist.

 

WHAT MEASUREMENTS DO I NEED?

Arm Sleeve Only
Please measure your wrist, forearm, bicep and arm length from the wrist to the top of the arm.

Arm Sleeve with a Gauntlet
Please measure your palm, wrist, forearm, bicep and arm length from the wrist to the top of the arm.

Arm Sleeve with a Glove
Please measure the circumference on your index finger, palm, wrist, forearm, bicep and arm length from the wrist to the top of the arm.

What compression class do I need?

It is best to consult your doctor or lymphedema therapist about which level of compression is best to manage your swelling. A doctor or therapist will assess your arm for swelling and develop a plan with you to manage and/or reduce your lymphedema. Each plan is individually tailored for each patient, self-management lymphedema care often includes wrapping, manual lymph drainage massage and wearing a properly fitted compression garment. As a basic rule of thumb, Class 1 (20-30 mmHg) is generally for preventative wear for those at risk for swelling and for minor swelling and Class 2 (30-40 mmHg) is for more severe edema.

What is Class 1 (20-30 mmHg) and Class 2 (30-40 mmHg) and how is compression defined?

Class 1 compression provides 20 to 30 millimeters of mercury (mmHg) pressure at the wrist (and/or fingers and palm, depending on whether you wear a gauntlet or glove), the compression will reduce as the garment goes up your arm toward the body. Ideally a 20-30mmHg sleeve will have 20-30 mmHg pressure at the wrist (or fingers/palm), then a gradual reduction in pressure of at least 5 mmHg per measuring point. The reduction in pressure will help push the lymphatic fluid up to circulate toward your body.

Class 2 compression provides 30 to 40 millimeters of mercury (mmHg) pressure at the wrist (and/or finger and palm, depending on whether you wear a gauntlet or glove), the compression will reduce as the garment goes up your arm toward the body. Ideally a 30-40 mmHg sleeve will have 30-40 mmHg pressure at the wrist (or fingers/palm),then a gradual reduction in pressure of at least 5 mmHg per measuring point. The reduction in pressure will help push the lymphatic fluid up to circulate toward your body.

If you’re curious what compression you’ll be getting in our sleeve and gauntlet/glove, try our iOS Fitter’s Aid app. Our Fitter’s Aid app is able to provide the compression curve for any set of arm measurement and compression class combination.

As a basic rule of thumb, Class 1 (20-30 mmHg) is generally for preventative wear for those at risk for swelling and for minor swelling and Class 2 (30-40 mmHg) is for more severe edema. Your doctor and/or therapist will recommend a garment you will actually wear and that will benefit you more as a part of your self-care and management plan. Please consult your doctor and/or therapist when deciding which compression class you need to manage your existing swelling or lymphedema risk.