2000
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.136.7.857
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A Comparison of Multilayer Bandage Systems During Rest, Exercise, and Over 2 Days of Wear Time

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“…If the valves function normally, the calf muscle pump will push venous blood up towards the heart 14 . Therefore, although calf muscle activity does not change the skin pressure significantly during alterations in posture, as at the knee and ankle joints, it is still an important factor influencing venous pressure and compression therapies.…”
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“…If the valves function normally, the calf muscle pump will push venous blood up towards the heart 14 . Therefore, although calf muscle activity does not change the skin pressure significantly during alterations in posture, as at the knee and ankle joints, it is still an important factor influencing venous pressure and compression therapies.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…indicated that postural changes, such as walking, markedly increased the pressure gradient and may contribute to the calf muscle pump. Hafner et al 14 . discovered that the degree of skin pressure variations with body postural changes may be related to the stocking materials.…”
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“…Such bandages have a relatively high working pressure but do not loose their pressure as fast as inelastic material. 27 Therefore, care has to be taken that the pressure in the supine position is not too high in order to avoid pain and skin damage. In our experiments using APG, we have observed a reduction of venous volume and of venous refluxes when using four-layer bandages coming close to the effect of inelastic bandages.…”
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“…Biophysikalische Eigenschaften wie Anpressdruck,Einfluss auf die Sprunggelenksbeweglichkeit wurden in einigen Studien überprüft,indem entsprechende statische und dynamische Anpressdrücke ausgemessen und mit herkömmlichen Kompressionsverbänden mit Kurzzugbinden verglichen wurden.Mehrlagenverbände aus elastischen Kurzzugbinden und kohäsiven elastischen Mittelzugbinden scheinen eine gute Kompromisslösung zwischen elastischen und nichtelastischen Verbänden darzustellen [9]. Es kam zu gleichen Abheilungsraten von venösen Ulzera unter Einsatz eines Vier-Lagen-Kompressionsverbandes im Vergleich zum Einsatz eines Verbandes mit elastischen Kurzzugbinden; dabei war die Komplikationsrate unter dem Vier-Lagen-Kompressionsverband geringer [33].…”
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