Juzo ACS Light Arm Wrap

  • £187.00


Juzo Adjustable Compression System ACS Light Arm Wrap

Efficient and effective adjustable compression systems 

These short-stretch compression wraps can be employed as an efficient supplementary treatment during the decongestion phase. The Juzo ACS Light products can be adjusted for the individual wearer by means of velcro fasteners. Thanks to the incorporated lining, they are easy to use and can be applied in next to no time. This ease of application increases patient compliance. Therapeutic compression pressures up to 40 mmHg are possible for arm and leg.

Juzo ACS Light Wraps for the upper extremities are compression tools with short-stretch characteristics, intended to reduce oedema in the arm and hand.  They can be combined with Juzo ACS Light Hand Wraps range. The Arm Wraps are left and right specific and available in two lengths (42-47cm and 46-50cm) – to enable a better fit and to make them easier to put on and take off. 

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Juzo Adjustable Compression System ACS Light Arm Wrap

Efficient and effective adjustable compression systems

  • Particularly suitable to treat oedema in the back of the hand

  • High working and low resting pressure

  • Compression levels up to 40 mmHg

  • Can be worn day and night

  • Adaptable whilst wearing for optimal compression

  • Easy to apply – even with limited dexterity and mobility

  • Patients can easily self-manage thanks to the built-in liner

  • Can be worn with Juzo Compression Stockings, Sleeves or Gloves and also with Juzo Soft Compress Products

  • Various accessories available






  • 85 % Polyamide

  • 15 % Elastane



Juzo Adjustable Compression System ACS Light Arm Wrap can assist with the following indications:

  • Lymphoedema
  • Lipoedema
  • Post-traumatic
  • Oedema (swelling)
  • Post-operative oedema


Absolute contraindications (where the ACS Light treatment is absolutely inadvisable)

  • Moderate to severe arterial disease (ankle-arm-index < 0,7)

  • Reduced sensitivity of the extremities

  • Untreated vascular infection

  • Uncontrolled (decompensated) congestive heart failure

  • Untreated or advanced skin desease

  • Swelling of the extremities of unknown cause

  • Advanced peripheral vascular disease

  • Untreated open wounds

  • Erysipelas

Relative contraindications 

  • Peripheral neuropathy with diabetes mellitus

  • Congestive heart failure