"We save [surgeons] a substantial amount of money, but we also provide their patients with surgical dressings that are more comfortable and extremely easy to change!
Austin, Texas (PRWEB) June 9, 2010
On May 17, 2010, Core Compression released its much anticipate absorbing abdominal binder, which will not only save surgeons money over the cost of traditional post-surgical dressings, but will also dramatically decrease the amount of staff and operating room time needed after a procedure.
“In this trying economical time surgical centers need to cut costs just like every other business, however it is critical to do so without sacrificing patient care. Core Compression™ allows the surgeons to do just that! We save them a substantial amount of money, but we also provide their patients with surgical dressings that are more comfortable and extremely easy to change! Instead of leaving the surgical center feeling anxious about changing their dressing, patient’s can leave feeling confident and focus on resting and recovery!” said Christal Cureington-Sims, President of Core Compression and developer of The Core Compression™ Abdominal Binder.
Core Compression offers the only product on the market capable of combining the standard three-step post surgical wound care procedure into one simple step. Core Compression™ contours to fit each patient’s individual shape, offers an antimicrobial disposable absorbency, and offers support from the beginning of the healing process to the many weeks that follow.
The product was unveiled at the recent 2010 American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) Conference in Washington, DC, where it was viewed as one of the most exciting products on display in the massive trade show. In fact, it was one of seven products featured on WashingtonPost.com’s coverage of the event. On May 17, 2010, the product officially went on sale and is currently available through Core Compression’s website at http://www.corecompression.com.
“As a small business, I am very thankful that the medical industry has already begun to embrace Core Compression and has resisted the urge to ignore new ideas in spite of the volatility of the economic market. It goes to show that despite the economic climate, the spirit of American Entrepreneurship and the drive to increase efficiency through the development of new ideas is still alive and well,” said Cureington-Sims.
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