Recovery Care

After a Lumpectomy

  • Soft, cotton fabric that soothes and comforts
  • Front closure garments that offer easy wear while recovering range-of-motion
  • Straps with front fasteners that make access easier during treatment
  • Pockets that hold a post-surgical breast form securely in place
  • Drain management options

“If a patient chooses a lumpectomy, radiation is almost always a part of her treatment protocol. Red, irritated skin is an unfortunate side effect and she needs a soft garment that will support her breasts and provide some comfort to her irradiated skin. I have found that Amoena post-surgical bras work well during this phase of recovery. My patients live in these garments several weeks after surgery, so I want to make sure they are as comfortable and accommodating to her as possible.”

Lillie D. Shockney, RN., BS., MAS, University Distinguished Service Associate Professor of Breast Cancer Depts of Surgery and Oncology Administrative Director, the Johns Hopkins Breast Center, Associate Professor, JHU School of Medicine, Depts of Surgery, Oncology & Gynecology and Obstetrics, The Johns Hopkins Hospital Breast Center Baltimore, Maryland, USA

After a Mastectomy

  • Soft, cotton fabric that soothes and comforts
  • Front closure garments that offer easy wear while recovering range-of-motion
  • Pockets that hold a post-surgical breast form securely in place
  • Drain management options

Removable drain pouch

  • Style: 2107
  • Sizes: S + L
  • Color: White
  • Material: 95% Cotton, 5% Elastane

Attaches to garment securely with the Velcro tab. Standard shape and size for use with Jackson-Pratt®, Hemovac® and other drain management systems

“My goal after performing a mastectomy is to make sure my patient is taken care of physically, emotionally and spiritually. She needs a soft, comfortable garment to wear during those first few weeks after surgery—and one that can manage drains in the most effective and discreet way possible. But it’s also important for the garment to hold a post-surgical breast form to give her shape, which can help her feel good about herself.” Dr. Beth Baughman DuPree, M.D., F.A.C.S., Medical Director of The Breast Health Program at Holy Redeemer Health System, Meadowbrook, Pennsylvania, USA

When a Patient Needs Comfortable Compression

  • Soft, plush compression garments that offer light compression to help reduce swelling, bruising and pain
  • Performance fabrics that wick moisture away from the body and dissipates body heat
  • Seamless cups and flat interior seams that reduce irritation to sensitive skin and scar areas
  • Front closure for easy wear while recovering range-of-motion
  • All types of breast surgery (mastectomy, breast reconstruction, reduction, augmentation) and any chest related surgery
  • May help to evenly compress the chest area which can support the breast tissue
  • Helps to reduce movement or shifting of tissue or implant
  • May help to protect and reduce irritation against sensitive scar tissue
  • May help to reduce the risk of lymphoedema
  • May help to reduce post-surgical swelling, hematoma, and post-surgery pain

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