People who struggle with lymphedema, autoimmune diseases, and other medical conditions that cause swelling and fluid retention can get cooling comfort and relief from a new line of compression sleeves by medi USA.

medi USA recently introduced the circaid® profile foam sleeve for lymphedema management at-home, and it’s made with brrr° cooling fabric to draw heat and moisture away from the skin.

The sleeves can be used as an alternative or supplement to nighttime and home-care bandaging applications, and they apply gradient compression to the limb or limbs where swelling occurs.

medi USA’s sleeves are made with first-use foam that creates a massaging effect and promotes continuous airflow. They have an anatomic fit for full limb coverage, and an energy oversleeve available in four colors that provides added compression for maximum effect. The EZ-on system makes it easy to apply and remove the sleeve, while the profile anchor system helps keep the compressive oversleeve in place.

“The profile showcases medi’s commitment to quality and passion for originality and innovation. From the project start, there was an all-hands-on-deck approach and shared enthusiasm to breathe new life into a familiar concept,” Moses Lipshaw, Director of Research & Development at medi USA, said in a statement. “With simplified donning, cooling comfort, long-lasting compression, and premium features, patients will benefit from a new standard in padded night care.”

The circaid profile foam sleeve is made with brrr° cooling fabric, which combines natural cooling minerals, active wicking, and rapid drying to create a Triple Chill Effect® that is instant and continuous.