Dry Pro Half Leg Stay Dry Pro-Pump
The Stay Dry Pro-Pump is Completely Watertight Keeping your Bandages, Prosthesis, and Casts Dry.
The Stay Dry Pro-Pump offers the only leg and arm cast protection in the world with the patented vacuum seal to keep your bandage or cast dry. It is so completely and totally waterproof, between the waterproof fabric and the vacuum seal, that you can even dive off a diving board or ride the ocean waves and still have your cast stay completely dry.
The Pro-Pump protector fits snugly yet comfortably offering cast protection during a shower, a bath, and even an active swim. Unlike "modified garbage bag" products, the cast protection offered by the Stay Dry Pro-Pump Protector is unmatched, it cannot slip off. You can't even pull it off!
Allows Postoperative Hydrotherapy
The Stay Dry Pro-Pump cover is also used for immediate postoperative physical therapy, allowing hydrotherapy right after surgery, which helps prevent swelling and stiffness and aids in a speedy recovery.
Quick and Simple Prosthesis Protection
If you have a prosthetic arm or leg you may find it quicker and simpler to use Pro-Pump protector as a waterproof prosthetic cover than to remove your prosthesis. Also, with your lower extremity prosthesis in place, protected by the Stay Dry Pro-Pumpx waterproof prosthetic cover, you may now be able to stand comfortably in the shower, a pool, or the ocean.
The Stay Dry waterproof fabric is rugged. The waterproof fabric is made of durable high quality surgical latex. The special Non-Skid Grid protects the sole and helps prevent slipping. The built-in pump not only creates the vacuum seal but also works as a gauge showing that the vacuum is intact and cannot leak.
How To Get Measurements for the Waterproof Cast Cover:
1) Measure Length
Leg: Measure from the back of the heel (from the floor) to the top end of the cast or prosthetic. Choose a XeroSox waterproof cast cover that is at least 2 inches longer than your measurement.
Don't worry if the XeroSox Pro Pump waterproof cast cover is too long. The excess material of the cast sock will flatten down when the air is pumped out.
2) Measure Opening
Leg: Measure the circumference of the leg just above the cast or bandage (If the end of the cast is very close to the knee, measure mid thigh.)
Choose a XeroSox waterproof cast cover that is at least 1 inch smaller than your measurement. To create a good vacuum seal the opening of the cast sock needs to be smaller than your limb