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  • A UNDERESTIMATED HEALTH PROBLEM

    Lymphedema is a relatively neglected, under-diagnosed and under-treated indication. Those most affected are the patients who go undiagnosed, untrated or inadequately managed. Because the symptoms are subtle or unspecific and awareness is low. 
    A recent survey performed by BSN medical shows that many patients are referred to any number of doctors before being diagnosed with lymphedema. Some patients see breast cancer surgeons gynecologists or vascular surgeons. While others are referred to oncologists or general practitioners, all before finally being referred to certified lymphedema therapists or a DME.

    Instead of product-focused healing, imagine a new culture anchored on therapy-driven solutions, with the patient at the center. Imagine a family of synchronized products specifically designed to ensure seamless treatment progressions.

  • LYMPHEDEMA IS AN UNDER-REPRESENTED CHRONIC ILLNESS

    While the prevalence of lymphedema within our population continues to increase, the access to specialists, treatments, and products remains difficult.

  • LYMPHEDEMA IS AN UNDER-REPRESENTED CHRONIC ILLNESS

    We have spent time with patients and have seen firsthand how difficult therapy can be. Patients struggle to don garments and wear them comfortably throughout the day. Patients also are challenged by time-consuming therapies such as bandaging.

    We have seen how patients struggle with the realities of life with lymphedema. Everyday activities such as cooking, picking up their grandchild, or computer work at the office, can be affected by their lymphedema. These are not one-time concerns for patients, but ones whose burden may experienced every day.

    At BSN medical, we help care providers like you find the right therapy to keep patients healthy, independent, active and comfortable. We also focus on motivating patients to continue therapy for optimal outcomes. Our full portfolio of products is designed to help you deliver what your patients want: the freedom to live their lives.