WELCOME TO THE ABSOLUTE FOREFRONT OF MEDICAL GARMENT DESIGN
THERE SIMPLY IS NO OTHER SUPPLIER LIKE US IN WORLD
When it comes to designing, developing and manufacturing seamless, body fitted medical fixation and compression garments, Tytex is the expert.
Our technology platform is centered around weft (circular) and warp (mesh) knitting technologies and today we are an OEM and medical garment supplier to some of the largest global medical brands as well as the preferred partner for global distributors of medical garments and textiles.
By means of our two technologies and many years of experience and vast know-how, we deliver garment solutions that will provide support all over the body as well as create optimal conditions for the end-users healing process.
No matter what type of garment, our textiles have features which will benefit the medical condition it is intended for. Also, no other medical textile manufacturer operates professionally with the four unique parameters which we offer.
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The textile will adapt to the body shape at all times ensuring that the product will provide the necessary compression needed for recovery, as well as the best possible comfort at all times during prolonged wear.
Targeted compression and fixation means that our products are designed to provide the necessary compression and fixation exactly where needed. By controlling compression on the scar tissue, the healing process advances faster and patient comfort is hightened. The compression zones are specially designed into each product based on indication.
For optimum healing, the surgery site needs rest. That is why our products are designed to guarantee no seams in the wound or scar area and at any other critical sites of the applied area. This provides maximum skin friendliness and prevents pressure marks, as well as irritation of skin and tissue.
When it comes to medical textiles and post-op garments, no size fits all. That is why we base all our sizes on three parametres; statistical body knowledge, comfort stretch measurements and extensive knowledge and experience with the combination of knitting methods in different materials. The combination of these 3 parameters defines our size defintion, ensuring perfect fit at all times.
DISTRIBUTION OF CORSINEL PRODUCTS
If you want to buy and distribute the products within the Corsinel brand portfolio under the Corsinel brand our sales staff is ready to engage in further dialogue with you regarding your needs and deadlines.
We are eager to assist you with any needs and wishes you may have.
With several decades of experience in developing medical textiles for ostomy purposes, we at Tytex know just how challenging it can be to supply high-performance ostomy garments to end users and clinicians. In this guide, we have highlighted some of our best practices and advice to inspire the development of your branded garment and successfully bringing it to market.
UNDERSTANDING CLINICAL INDICATIONS
Knowing the implications of the clinical procedure preceding the ostomy care is crucial when creating a secure and effective ostomy garment solution. A colostomy poses different challenges than a urostomy, when it comes to applying support or compression both directly following the surgery and in the years to come. This in turn will affect the choice of design, level of compression, texture and fit.
At Tytex, we work closely with clinicians and other industry authorities to determine clinical indications and define intended use. In everything we do, we also apply cross-clinical insights and knowhow from many of our other clinical areas — such as wound care and post op compression after reconstructive surgery.
This does not only secure compliance with a diversity of global regulatory systems, it also enable us to work strategically with clinical evaluation and post-market surveillance to create the best possible garments with the best possible patient outcomes. We offer these insights as an integrated part of our collaboration with you.
DETERMINING INTENDED USE
Support and compression garments such as belts, tubes and underwear may have multiple purposes in ostomy care.
Understanding the intended use and clinical indications is essential when deciding technology as well as composition, design, level of compression and other key properties of a specific garment.
At Tytex we have more than five decades of experience in regards to developing and manufacturing support and compression garments. Our extensive insight into all key properties regarding garments for the healthcare industry is what truly defines our DNA and when working with us you will be developing your brand and product portfolio together with our experts and thereby be accessing all our knowledge and insight.
A GARMENT MAY HAVE SEVERAL INTENDED USES
- Parastomal hernia management
- Enhance patient sense of security and well-being
- Generate fixation and support for the bag
- Keep the protruding tissue in place and relieve discomfort
- Aid the patient in creating sense of normality
LONG TERM RELATIONSHIPS FORMED BY HIGH PROFESSIONALISM AND GENUINE PROBLEM SOLVING
We insist on developing superior products of the highest quality and to exercise best practice in all we do.
We strive to be at the forefront of our field by listening to the needs of our partners and users, by constantly improving our products and processes, and by attracting and retaining highly skilled and motivated employees.
We seek to be a reliable partner in all our dealings and to earn the confidence of our customers and users.
The needs of our stakeholders – our customers, our users, our employees, society and the environment – guides us in everything do.
There are myriads of textile solutions in the marketplace. You can choose to have your garments woven, knitted or made by neoprene just to name a few of the options available. All technologies have various advantages and disadvantages. Some solutions have superior moisture absorbing properties while other technologies offer water resistant qualities. Some are easier and cheaper to manufacture or have better qualities in regards to providing body-fit. Some technologies offer superior stretch capabilities which ensure that the garment will always adapt to the specific body contour of the patient.
All of the above-mentioned solutions can be beneficial in providing compression and support, but you need to consider the various pros and cons when you start designing your ostomy garment line. Above all, choosing a technology which ensures flexibility is crucial to support the stoma or hernia without obstructing stoma flow.
COMFORT OF THE PATIENT AT THE CORE OF YOUR PROMISE
When making garments for the healthcare industry it is of the utmost importance to develop a solution based on the comfort of the user. In the experience of the experts at Tytex, it is crucial that medical garments applied to the body exert the least amount of additional stress to the patient and the operated area. Moreover, the garment needs to mimimise the risk of infection as well as provide the necessary compression and correction to the critical area.
Another important aspect in regards to comfort is that each patient is different. Variations in needs are especially
pronounced in regards to support level. As the need for support and compression varies from person to person any garment which caters to the needs of people suffering from ostomy or hernia needs to address as many patient-specific factors as possible.
Although, all textile technologies come with benefits and draw backs we, at Tytex, have chosen to focus on weft-knitted tubes, as the primary technology for our compression and support garments.
The weft-knitting technology offers a variety of opportunities in regards to the stretch and firmness of the knitted fabric and makes it possible to produce at scale. This allows us to produce high quality body-fitted garments with targeted and controlled support and compression at competitive prices. And this is really what we want to achieve.
Circular knitting also allows us to make 100% seamless knitting for critical areas of the body. The absence of hard seams reduces the risk of irritation to both the patient’s skin in general and specifically in the stoma or hernia area.
In regards to supporting the patient’s well-being, we are able to provide targeted compression at exactly the right place and nowhere else on the patient’s body by optimizing the patterns of the weft-knitted fabrics. In other words, with this technology, we can provide necessary compression and support exactly where needed and otherwise not strain the patient.
Lastly, a crucial aspect in regards to ostomy care is addressing the stretch qualities of the garments. When a garment is able to stretch, the user feels comfortable and the body is both able to move freely as well as remain immobile during prolonged wear.
When you choose medical garments from Tytex for your brand, you are guaranteed that the needs of the patients are deeply integrated in your garments and are at the center of your brand promise.
3 REASONS FOR PARTNERING WITH US
PERFECTLY BODY-FITTED GARMENTS
Tytex masters all diameters that fit the human body and the output is finished or semi-finished body-fitted products, roll-goods or fabrics.
MANUFACTURING GARMENTS FOR MAJOR BRANDS
We deliver and manufacture medical garments to some of the largest medical brands on the global market: We know what your business is all about.
GLOBAL PARTNER NETWORK
We have a global network of dedicated partners that distribute Tytex's own medical textile brands - so we hold intricate market and supply chain knowledge.
DEVELOPMENT OF YOUR OWN HERNIA AND OSTOMY GARMENT LINE
Should you wish to develop your own garment line and lack in-house competencies we are also eager and able to help you.
Our unique business concept for developing and strengthening your business is built around the principles of agility, lean and fast-time to market considerations.
With your current business as a starting point the process with us will ensure a safe and tried and tested procedure for the development of your customized garments. Every step from idea to implementation is closely followed and documented. By this way of working we ensure a continually deepening relationship, the highest level of quality as well as adherence to all time frames.
This process also ensures your business growth by giving you a competitive advantage because of low cost, agile sales processes rapid time-to-market and an outstanding perception in the marketplace due to superior quality and high yield at low costs.
RELIABLE QUALITY AND GUARANTEED SATISFACTION IN MEDICAL TEXTILES
Both our own regularly conducted customer satisfaction surveys and the supplier satisfaction surveys of our customers show extremely high satisfaction rates for our hospital textile products and post-op garments.
We are proud to announce that our claim rates are among the lowest in the market. Our customer feedback is also partly thanks to our excellent delivery time. All partners express great satisfaction with our ability to deliver in the agreed quantity, on time. We are looking forward to working with you, and improving your business the same way we have already improved many others'.
We constantly urge our customers to rate us in order for us to improve our quality and service offerings.
A stoma will be placed somewhere on the patients abdomen. The stoma site is always selected by the health care
professionals in collaboration with the patient.
Considerations regarding stoma site selection include: length, size and shape of abdomen, exposed abdomen in various positions, occupation of patient, clothing worn by patient, use of devices, physical issues, mobility, eye sight, dexterity, self care ability as well as surgeon and patient preferences to name just a few. All these factors also impact the choice of garment applied to the stoma site both directly after surgery and in the years to follow.
FIXATION AND COMPRESSION GARMENTS USED FOR STOMAS AND HERNIAS NEED TO ADDRESS ALL FACTORS AND MORE
As all the above-mentioned considerations are factored in before selecting the stoma site, all these considerations with the addition of several other considerations – e.g. allergies, skin conditions as well as aesthetic and psychological factors – also affect the requirements of the garments being applied to the stoma area.
The garments needs to be made of material which reduces the risk of allergic reaction to the end user and also be made with a technology which do not adversely effect the aesthetic
appearance or the sense of well-being felt by the user.
Moreover, two of the biggest concerns amongst ostomates are the leakage risk and the sound escaping the intestine. When designing garments for ostomates it is therefore very important to use technologies and textiles which optimally address these considerations.
At Tytex we have developed ostomy and hernia garments which address all the above-mentioned concerns to make the end user feel safe and confident at any time for more than 50 years. Also, our garments are made of strong and durable fabrics which optimally address the needs of the users as well as adhere to
the strictest legal requirements.
EUROPEAN PRODUCTIONS FACILITIES AND DEEP INSIGHT INTO SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
We develop and produce all our medical textile garments according to EU standards, we trade in EU currencies and we deliver products with short delivery times. Thanks to our Europe based and highly automated production facilities, our customers benefit not only from a highly skilled work force, but also our ability to keep production costs low. This means a reliable and stable supply chain delivering quality products at the best possible prices.
Like no other company we are able to make your medical garments the right way — providing excellent value for money, European production facilities and a possibility of ordering high quality products at low MOQs.