How do I find my size?

June 08, 2018

find size for cast cover

find size for cast cover

I know what you are thinking: I do not want to get my cast, prosthetic, or etc. to get wet, so this protector needs to fit skin tight. I need to get the perfect size, but how am I going to do that without trying it on?

 

The good news DryPro makes it easy with its vacuum seal feature. All you have to do is measure the circumference and length. Then look on the chart for the size that best goes with the measurements. Here is a step by step for each protector to make it easier.

 

  • Cast
  1. Measure the circumference 2”-3” above the cast
  2. Measure the length from the end of the fingers/toes

 

Arm:

Product Circumference

Inches (cm)

Length

Inches (cm)

Small Half Arm 7.75-10 (20-25) 17.5 (44)
Large Half Arm 10 & up (25+) 20 (50)
X-small Full Arm 6-6.75 (15-17) 16 (40)
Small Full Arm 6.75-8.75 (17-22) 23 (58)
Medium Full Arm 8.75-10 (22-25) 28 (71)
Large Full Arm 10 & up (25+) 31.5 (80)

 

Leg:

Product Circumference

Inches (cm)

Length

Inches (cm)

Small Half Leg 10-13 (25-33) 21 (53)
Large Half Leg 13 & up (33+) 23.5 (60)
X-small Full Leg 7.75-11 (19-28) 19 (48)
Small Full Leg 14-16.5 (35-41) 29 (74)
Medium Full Leg 16.5-21 (41-53) 33 (83)
Large Full Leg 21 & up 37 (94)

 

  • PICC Line
  1. Measure the bicep circumference
  2. Measure the forearm circumference

 

Product Bicep

Circumference

Inches (cm)

Forearm

Circumference

Inches (cm)

X-Small 6-9 (15-23) 5-8 (14-20)
Small 8-11 (11-28) 6-9 (15-23)
Medium 10-13 (25-33) 7-10 (18-25)
Large 12-15 (30-38) 8-11 (23-28)
X-Large 14+ (36+) 9+ (23+)

 

  • Prosthetic
  1. Measure the circumference of the leg right above the prosthetic
  2. Measure from the back of the heel flat to the to end of the prosthetic

 

Product Circumference

Inches (cm)

Length

Inches (cm)

X-Small Full Leg 8-12 (20-30) 29 (74)
Small Full Leg 12-16 (30-40) 32 (80)
Medium Full Leg 15-19 (38-48) 35 (89)
Large Full Leg 17-21 (43-53) 38 (97)
X-Large Full Leg 21 & up 41 (104)

 

  • Ostomy
  1. Measure the circumference at the stoma or around the waist area

 

Product Model # Circumference

Inches

X-Small OS-12 26-30
Small OS-14 30-34
Medium OS-16 34-38
Large OS-18 38-42
x-Large OS-20 42-46+

 

If you are still having trouble you can visit- https://www.drycorp.com/ (where pictures are included) or call 1-888-337-9976.

 




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