UrgoK2/ UrgoKTwo is an innovative multi-component technology that guarantees the reliable and continuous compression patients need to heal from their venous leg ulcer.
UrgoK2/UrgoKTwo has clinically proven its efficacy (1) and is aligned with international recommendations that recognize the superior efficacy of multi-component bandages in healing venous leg ulcers (2). Thousands of patients and health care professionals have already experienced the efficacy of UrgoK2, which is the leading compression system in Europe (3).
Easy & Reliable continuous compression
The PresSure system is a unique pressure spot indicators system on both bandages specifically developed to aid the application at the pressure recommended for the treatment of venous leg ulcers (~40mmg at the ankle).
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Association of a short stretch bandage that provides 80% of the pressure and a long stretch bandage, UrgoK2 Dual Compression system combines the benefits of both types of bandages:
Maintains compression between dressing changes (4)
Optimizes compression whatever the patientâ€™s mobility: therapeutic compression sustained at rest, with a massage effect at walk to effectively reduce oedema and improve venous return (4)
Patient validated comfort, for better concordance and a continuous wear day and night (5)
UrgoK2/KTwo is indicated for the treatment of venous leg ulcer, venous oedema and lymphoedema, which require full compression.
UrgoK2 Lite/ UrgoKTwo Reduced has been specifically designed to aid the application of the recommended therapeutic pressure (~20 mmHg) for mixed aetiology leg ulcers. The reduced compression provided by UrgoK2 Lite/ KTwo Reduced can also be used for patients unable to tolerate full compression, or as part of a step up approach.
(1) Benigni J-P et al. Efficacy, safety and acceptability of a new two-layer bandage system for venous leg ulcers. J Wound Care (2007) 16 (9): 385-390. (2) Bon usage des technologies de santÃ©. La compression mÃ©dicale dans les affections veineuses chroniques. HAS dÃ©cembre 2010. / (3) IMS Community sales MAT 03/17 – PerimÃ¨tre: France, Germany, UK, Netherlands. (4) JÃ¼nger et al. Comparison of interface pressures of three compression bandaging systems used on healhy volunteers. J Wound Care (2009) 18(11): 474-80.
(1) Lazareth et al. Efficacy of two compression systems in the local management of venous leg ulcers : results of a European Randomized Clinical Trial. Journal of Wound Care vol 21. NÂ°11. November2012. (2) European Wound Management Association (EWMA). Management of Patients With Venous Leg Ulcers: Challenges and Current Best Practice. J Wound Care. 2016 Jun; 25 Suppl 6:S1-S67. (3) IMS Community sales MAT 03/17 – PerimÃ¨tre: France, Germany, UK, Netherlands. (4) JÃ¼nger et al. Comparison of interface pressures of three compression bandaging systems used on healhy volunteers. J Wound Care (2009) 18(11): 474-80. (5) Benigni J-P et al. Efficacy, safety and acceptability of a new two-layer bandage system for venous leg ulcers. J Wound Care (2007) 16 (9): 385-390.
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