Ideal for use during the extended recovery period following gynocomastia and liposuction of the upper body. Made from our exclusive SuperSilky fabric, the CDI SC-175 offers maximum compression to the chest, upper back and flanks and upper and lower abdomen. A tapered design provides a contoured fit and allows this shirt to be worn under every day clothing, ultimately contributing to increased patient compliance and a comfortable recovery.
Dr. Tracy Bender, a lymphedema and cancer rehabilitation specialist in Lincoln, NE has submitted to the Ellen DeGeneres show for a positive platform for increased awareness of the condition called lymphedema associated with breast cancer treatment. Please help us here atContemporary Design INC to SHARE the word, and keep Dr. Bender’s momentum going strong! #Ellentv #theellenshow
Spreading awareness of this disease’s symptoms and treatments is key to its control. Contemporary Design, Inc. is committed to sharing the pertinent information you “need to know.”
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI)
P.O. Box 30105
Bethesda, MD 20824-0105
National Cancer Institute (NCI)
U.S. National Institutes of Health
Public Inquiries Office
Building 31, Room 10A03
31 Center Drive, MSC 8322
Bethesda, MD 20892-2580
National Lymphedema Network
Latham Square, 1611 Telegraph Ave.
Oakland, CA 94612-2138
Office of Rare Diseases
National Institutes of Health
6100 Executive Blvd.
Room 3B01, MSC 7518
Bethesda, MD 20892-7518
You Tube and its impact on current affairs now has the ultimate mouth piece… Oh My Vlog magazine which launched today. Inside it has everything you need to know about your favorite YouTube vloggers – from Zoella to Tyler Oakley – and their fans.
Oh My Vlog and Contemporary Design understand the power of You Tube. Video and You Tube communicate in the most user friendly way…Excess-able to all, whenever and wherever you need. Contemporary Design Inc. has now incorporated video as a learning tool for patients anticipating upcoming surgery, and explains the accompanying compression garments they will need.
Contemporary Design Inc. Compression Garments exert 18-21 mmHg of pressure on the limb. The amount of pressure is measured in terms of “mmHg,” or millimeters of mercury, based on the amount of pressure exerted by one millimeter of liquid mercury. (You’re probably familiar with this from your blood pressure readings, which are also expressed in terms of “mmHg.”)
Compression garments are worn by those with lymphedema on the affected limb following complete decongestive therapy. The garment’s compression helps maintain edema reduction and compresses the arm or leg and encourage the flow of lymph fluid out of the affected limb.
Consult your healthcare provider.
Hand wash your Compression Wear
CDI Compression Wear is constructed with technical fabrics designed to feel good while aiding in recovery and offering support and shaping. Be sure to follow the care instructions to ensure you get the most from your purchase.
What is the best way to launder my CDI Compression Wear?
The least damaging way to care for your Compression wear is to hand wash. We recommend that you hand wash your compression garment in lukewarm water with a mild detergent, and then air dry. Please do not dry your garment in a gas or electric dryer, for it may ruin the garment. Drip dry, do not wring out. Delicate or synthetic fabrics tend to dry quite quickly. To remove bloodstains, simply soak your garment in a basin of cool water mixed with a ¼ cup of peroxide.
Can I machine wash?
NO! CDI recommend that you hand wash to extend the life of your garment to avoid damage such as straps becoming tangled by the agitator.
Can my Compression Wear be tumble dried?
Tumble drying is never recommended. Even a low heat setting damages the stretch properties of your garment and dramatically reduces the lifespan.
Compression Wear is designed for Postoperative needs: –with outside seams,
exterior labels, and hook & eye beneath zippers for easy application
Why are compression garments important to the success of my surgery?
These garments are designed to protect what is inside!
-No scratchy tags inside to irritate the already sensitive skin.
-No indents visible on the skin from the impression of an inside seam.
-No undue stress to the incision site while zipping into the garment.
Wearing a high quality post-op compression garment can help you during the recovery process in the following ways: To provide uniform radial compression and support to aid recovery. Wearing a compression garment designed for your particular procedure will minimize bruising and swelling (edema), increase blood circulation in the affected area and aid in flushing fluids and toxins at the incision site. The compression from the garment will hold skin firmly in place, aiding in proper skin retraction and intended body contouring. In addition, outside seams on the garment, will prevent the garment seams from leaving indentations on the skin. Improve your comfort during healing process- A proper fit and lightweight, breathable material will make you more comfortable when wearing the garment for extended periods of time …this aids compliance and speeds recovery.
Why can’t I wear active wear, traditional foundations or shapewear?
It is essential that the compression garment worn during the recovery period provides uniform radial compression, something that is not found in a standard girdle or shaper. Shapers, tights, girdles and jog bras also do not have inside flat seams, tags on the outside of the garment – away from the skin, an open crotch, and are not intended for around the clock, 24-hour use. You need a garment that is non m-marking, specifically designed to compress the skin for surgical purposes and that is comfortable for the length of your recovery. Your compression garment acts as your “second skin.”
Eliezer Álvarez’s mannequin factory in Valencia, Venezuela, where the voluptuous models are the standard
Venezuela is known for its oil and its beautiful women. Fueled by Venezuela beauty queens being crowned Miss Universe three times in the late 1970’s and 80’s, the country is obsessed with women’s beauty and inflated proportions. A culture of increasingly enhanced physiques, cosmetic surgery is common practice through out Venezuela. Breast augmentation, Butt Enhancements, and Liposuction have all contributed to the Venezuelan National “Normal”. Yet store fronts and window displays have always used a more traditional mannequin silhouette to display clothing. That was until Eliezer Álvarez’s made voluptuous models the standard in his mannequin factory in Valencia, Venezuela. Now his best seller,the augmented forms can be found in store presentations through out the country echoing the Venezuelan physique.
Enhancing your female form? Cosmetic surgery can allow you to sculpt a body that reflects your desires. The breasts, abdominals, thighs, hips, buttocks, flanks and upper back can all be enhanced by today’s modern procedures. Designed to address the specific aesthetic or reconstructive procedure, each Contemporary Design Compression Garment is an integral element in the surgical process. To ensure the results of your procedure, each garment is designed to hold skin firmly in place, aiding in proper skin retraction and intended body contouring. Wearing a compression garment designed for your particular procedure will minimize bruising and swelling, increase blood circulation and aid in flushing fluids and toxins at the incision site.
Post surgery, the use of a supportive compression garment is an integral element in the healing process.