Catia Comfort Bra
Catia is intended for post-surgical use after breast surgery, when full mobility is regained. It is also suitable for radiotherapy, as the bra contains no metal parts.
The main function of Catia is to protect, fixate and support the breasts, assist a speedy wound healing and provide optimum user comfort. This may result in a reduced and almost invisible scar.
- The simple design without any metal parts or accessories makes Catia a perfect choice for breast support during radiation treatment.
- Wide shoulder straps secure excellent support of the treated breasts and ensure that no pressure marks or uncomfortable shoulder indentations will occur.
- Catia is primarily made of polyamide yarn for superior support, maximum breathability, skin friendliness and comfort.
- The bra is seamlessly knitted and has no seams in critical areas, i.a. on or around the cups or in the sides as is the case in most competitive bras.
- Women, who have had breast surgery, often take on a protective posture to shield the treated area. Catia is designed with a high back to offer post-surgical posture correction. The aim is to protect muscles and joints from strain, reducing neck, shoulder and back pain and providing additional support for a comfortable recovery.
- Nice and comfortable edge band for superior skin friendliness.
- No irritating care label. Care handling instructions are integrated in the under bust band for skin friendliness.
Indications: Medical device for post-surgical use after breast surgery when full mobility is regained. Also suitable for radiotherapy (the bra contains no metal parts).
Precautions: If you have any questions regarding use and correct fitting, please consult your doctor or nurse. Make sure that any bandages and/or drainage tubes underneath the bra are placed correctly to avoid pressure points and/or obstructed flow from the drainage tubes. If any unexpected discomfort, wound irritation or similar occurs, please consult your doctor or nurse.
To find the correct size of your bra, always measure yourself, while wearing an unpadded bra. Two measurements are important: The band size (below your breast) and the bust size.
This is how you measure correctly (Watch video below for guidance):
1. Measure around your body, just under your breast (band size)
2. Measure around your body, at the fullest part of the breast (bust size)
The difference between these two measurements gives the cup size:
10 - 12 cm = Cup AA
12 - 14 cm = Cup A
14 - 16 cm = Cup B
16 - 18 cm = Cup C
18 - 20 cm = Cup D
20 - 22 cm = Cup E
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