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References Spinazze S, Caraceni A, Schrjivers D. Epidural spinal cord compression. Crit Rew Oncol Hematol 2005; 56: 397-406. Kwok Y, DeYoung C, Garofalo M, Dhople A, Regine W. Radiation oncology emergencies. Haem Oncol Clin N Am 2006; 20: 505-22. Klimo P, Thompson CJ, Kestle JRW, Schmidt M. A meta-analysis of surgery versus conventional radiotherapy for the treatment of metastatic spinal epidural disease. Neuro Oncol 2004; 7: 64-76. Gunderson LL, Tepper JE. Clinical radiation oncology. Phyladelphia: Churchil Livingstone; 2006. Patchell RA, Tibbs PA

1 Introduction Custom-made, personalized products are among the most useful compression garments used in therapies supporting the external healing process. Such products should be designed using Laplace's law [ 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ]. Designing products based on a fixed percentage reduction of basic construction dimensions, regardless of the size of the patient's body circumferences, which is often 10% for the first set of compression garments and 15% or 20% for all subsequent products [ 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 , 9 ], usually leads to values of unit pressure that are

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References 1. A l-Saidi, N., G. Rushdan, M. S d. Using IFS as an Encryption Method. - In: ICET’2009, 275-278. 2. Behnia, S., A. Akshani, H. Mahmodi, A. Akhava n. A Novel Algorithm for Image Encryption Based on Mixture of Chaotic Maps. - Chaos Solitons and Fractals, Vol. 35, 2008, No 2, 408-419. 3. Celika, M. U., G. Sharma, A. M. Tekalp. Gray-Level-Embedded Lossless Image Compression. - Signal Processing: Image Communication, Vol. 18, 2003, No 6, 443-454. 4. Chen, G., Y. Mao, C. K. Chui. A Symmetric Image Encryption Scheme Based on 3D Chaotic Cat Maps. Chaos

References [1] JAYANT, N. S.-NOLL, P. : Digital Coding Of Waveforms, Principles and Applications to Speech and Video, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 1984, Chapter 4, pp. 115-220. [2] NIKOLIC, J.-PERIC, Z.-ANTIC, D.-JOVANOVIC, A.- DENIC, D. : Low Complex Forward Adaptive Loss Compression Algorithm and its Aplication in Speech Coding, Journal of Electrical Engineering 62 No. 1 (2011), 19-24. [3] PERIC, Z.-PETKOVIC, M.-DINCIC, M. : Simple Compression Algorithm for Memoryless Laplacian Source Based on the Optimal Companding Technique, Informatica 20 No. 1, 99-114. [4

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. Rehab., 73(11): 1073. 4. Bernhardt T., G.S. Anderson (2005) Influence of moderate prophylactic compression on sport performance. J. Strength Cond. Res., 19(2): 292-297. 5. Davids K., R. Shuttleworth, C. Button, I. Renshaw, P. Glazier (2003) “Essential noise” - enhancing variability of informational constraints benefits movement control: A comment on Waddington and Adams. Br. J. Sports Med., 38: 601-605. 6. Doan B.K., Y.-H. Kwon, R.U. Newton, J. Shim, E.M. Popper, R.A. Rogers, L.R. Bolt, M. Robertson, W.J. Kraemer (2003) Evaluation of a lower-body compression garment

1 Introduction 1.1 Definition and application of long and short-stretch compression bandages Long-stretch bandage (LSB) can be defined as “an elastic compression bandage (CB) that contains elastic filament (rubber, Lycra, or elastane) which allows the bandage to stretch more than 120% of its original length”; it can be applied smoothly and conformed according to the contour of the human leg. According to the level of compression applied by the LSB, it might be essential to take it off at night because the resting (static) pressure when sleeping is annoying. Short