Frequently Asked Questions

November 20, 2014

How does it work?
What are the advantages?
Has it been clinically proven?

These are some of the most frequently asked questions we receive about our products QualiBreath sternum and thorax support and QualiBra Advanced breast and sternum support for fuller sized women. 
We are happy to announce that these questions, and more, have their answers here on qualiteam.com

 

Visit the updated FAQ pages right here and find the answers to all your questions about these two special supports for sternotomy patients. 

 

Over the next few weeks we will be dedicating new blog posts to a series of "product 101's" about QualiBreath and QualiBra Advanced so be sure to check back often. 


Are your questions not covered ? Leave a comment below with your questions and we will answer it. 
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