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Diabetic Topcover

Diabetic Topcover

  • Description: Three-layer material with leather top, P-cell middle layer and Poron bottom layer
  • Advantages: Leather is low friction and absorbs moisture, P-cell compresses to accommodate prominences. Poron offers cushion
  • Disadvantages: Leather can stain. This type of cover should be replaced regularly to meet the needs of the high-risk foot type

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