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Clearpoint Sizing Chart & Garment Fitting Guidelines

Sizing Chart

 

Girdles - (all styles)

  XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Hips 30" - 32" 33" - 36" 37" - 40" 41" - 44" 45" - 48" 49" - 53" 54" - 58"
Waist 21" - 23" 24" - 25" 26" - 28" 29" - 31" 32" - 35" 36" - 39" 40" - 44"

 

Vest with Sleeves - # 500 & Arm Sleeves - #501
  XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Upper Arm   9" - 10" 10" - 11" 11" - 12" 12"- 13"    

 

Men’s Compression Vest - # 287
  XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Chest   35" - 37" 38" - 41" 42" - 45" 46" - 49" 50" - 53" 54" - 58"

 

Women’s Compression Vest - # 288
  XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Bust 27"- 29" 30"- 32" 33"- 36" 37"- 40" 41"- 44" 45"- 48" 49" - 52"

 

Face / Chin & Neck Wrap - # 701, 702
  XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Head   20" 22" 24" 26"    
Neck   14" 15" 16" 17"    

 

Bras - # 215, 216, 217, 218, 275, 276, 277, 703, 705
  30 32 34 36/38 40/42 44/46 48
Under Bust 25" - 26" 27" - 30" 31" - 34" 35" - 38" 39" - 42" 43" - 46" 47" - 50"

 

Adjustable Molded Cup Support Bra - # 710
  XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Cup Size To determine cup size, follow instructions below

 

  1. Band size: Measure your rib cage directly under your bust. When between sizes choose the larger size.
  2. Bust size: Measure completely around the fullest part of your bust
  3. Subtract band size (step 1) from bust size (step 2). The difference will determine the cup size Example: 36" - 34" = 2" = B cup
Cup Size A B C D DD
Difference 1" 2" 3" 4" 5"

ClearPoint Medical Garment Size Chart

 


1) Band Size: Measure your rib cage directly under your bust and add 5 inchesExample: Rib cage is 29" + 5" = 34" your band size.
2) Bust size: Measure completely around the fullest part of your bust.
3) Cup Size: Subtract band size (size 1) from bust size(step 2). The difference will determine the cup size.
Example: 36" = 2" = B cup



Caring for your garment 

We recommend the following guidelines for fabric care to ensure long lasting compression and comfort of your ClearPoint Medical garment: 
  • Hand wash in cold water using a mild detergent 
  • Cold water rinse and hang dry 
  • Do not machine wash 
  • Do not machine dry 
  • Do not use bleach 
  • Remove stains by rubbing baking soda, an environmentally friendly compound, on the area(s). 
Baking soda can also be used as an alternative to detergent. 
 

Measuring your “True Size” 

ClearPoint Medical compression wear is constructed with the patient’s True Size measurements in mind. True Size is derived from measurements taken without clothing, being careful not to let the measuring tape “dig” into the skin. Measuring techniques generally follow North American standards. 
 
Whether measuring to fit breast wear, a girdle or a compression vest, the following guidelines will help select the best fitting garment. 
  • All sizing is to be done pre-operatively. 
  • Use a soft measuring tape. 
  • The tape should be held firmly against the skin. 
  • Measure in front of a mirror, or ideally, have someone else take your measurements. For accuracy, measure more than once. 
 
Bras – Style # 215, 216, 217, 218, 275, 276 and 277: 
Refer to Under Bust measurements on Garment Sizing Chart 
 
  • No cup measurement required. 
  • To achieve proper fit and True Size, measure just below the band of your best fitting bra. More than likely, your current bra size will match the size of a ClearPoint Medical bra. 
  • When between sizes choose the larger size. 
Bras – Style # 710: 
Refer to measuring instructions on Garment Sizing Chart 
 
Girdles: 
Refer to Hip and Waist measurements on Garment Sizing Chart 
  • Pre-op and post-op sizing will be different. 
  • The hip measurement is the primary reference to achieve a proper fitting girdle. 
  • Measure the circumference at the fullest part of the hip. 
  • When between sizes, select the smaller size. 
  • A generous fitting allowance is provided for 2XL and 3XL girdles. 
  • If the patient has a disproportionately large waist compared to the hip, use the Waist measures on the Garment Sizing Chart as the primary reference guide. 
Arm sleeves – Style # 500 and 501: 
Refer to Upper Arm measurements on Garment Sizing Chart 
  • The Upper Arm measurement is the primary reference to achieve a proper fit. 
  • Relax your arm and measure the largest part above the bicep. 
  • Please note that Upper Arm size ranges overlap on the size chart. 
  • For example, if you measure 10 inches, you could be a S or a M. Choose the smaller size, in this case, S. 
Compression vests – Style # 287 and 288: 
Refer to Chest/Bust measurements on Garment Sizing Chart 
  • Men: Measure the chest just below the armpits. 
  • Women: Measure the fullest part of your bust. 
  • If you are between sizes choose the smaller size. 

 

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