The ABDOHIP® W cryotherapy support combines long-lasting cold treatment (up to 1 hour) and compression. It comes with two long-lasting Freezsnow® cold packs (including a spare set). Without abdominal belt.
The Velcro fastening system allows for adjustment of the lateral pouch to fit the patient, with the pouch positioned on the right leg or left leg (ambidextrous model).
● Unique patent: malleable snow-cold.
● No risk of skin burns.
● Easy to use.
● Long-lasting & constant cold.
● Post-operatively after hip surgery.
● Hip traumatology.
● Chronic hip disease.
● Sports recovery.
Free from natural rubber latex.
Two Freezsnow cold packs need to be placed in a freezer (in the sealing bag provided) for a minimum of 4 to 6 hours before use.
Important: distribute the gel beads evenly before freezing and freeze the cold pack flat for better distribution of the cold. Wait one to two minutes after removing it from the freezer to knead the cold pack.
Keep the cold packs in the freezer after or between uses.
Apply cold treatment in 30-minute cycles or as directed by the healthcare professional.
One size (without abdominal belt)
|*Not sold in France.
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