Tynor DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis) Stockings

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Tynor DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis) Stockings

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Product Highlights

  • Prevents blood clots in those who have  had surgery or trauma
  • Prevent DVT and pulmonary embolism in people on flights of at least four hours.
  • Can  also be worn as a preventative measure.
  • The unit of measurement is called millimeters of mercury(mmHg) which is a measurement of pressure, also used in blood pressure.

Expert's Advice

Compression stockings are specially designed socks or sleeves.They squeeze (compress) your leg in a way that improves blood flow.These stockings tend to apply the most pressure at your ankles.The pressure gets lighter farther up your leg, which forces blood upward.This therapeutic squeezing can ease swelling, blood buildup, and discomfort.DVT compression stockings are used to prevent Deep Vein Thrombosis, a type of blod clot in calf

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Tynor DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis) Stockings

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Description

  • Compression stockings or socks prevent deep vein thrombosis (DVT), a type of blood clot.
  • DVTs tend to form in your upper or lower leg. 
  • They can interfere with the way blood normally flows up from the legs to the heart. 
  • These blood flow issues can cause blood to pool in your legs.
  • Many people who have DVT end up with problems called post-thrombotic syndrome.
  • This is the technical name for the pain, swelling, discomfort, and other symptoms that DVTs cause.
  • Compression stockings can ease these problems and they can help prevent DVT-related symptoms before they begin.
  • The recommended tightness for DVT is between 30 and 40 mmHg. 
  • Compression options include mild (8 to 15 mmHg), moderate (15 to 20 mmHg), firm (20 to 30 mmHg), and extra firm (30 to 40 mmHg).
  • The right amount of tightness is also necessary for the prevention of DVT

Directions for Use

  • Grab the top of the stocking, roll it down toward the heel.
  • Put your foot inside the stocking, and then slowly pull the stocking up over your leg.
  • Wear the stockings continuously throughout the day, and don’t remove it until bedtime.

Safety Information

  • Wear stocking on both legs for prevention
  • Make sure you smooth the compression stocking as you pull it on, so that there are no bunches or kinks.
  • Also, check that the seams of the stocking run straight up your legs.
  • Wash the stockings after each use with mild soap, and then air dry it. 
  • Replace your stockings every four to six months.
  • Remove the stockings before showering.

FAQ

Stockings should feel snug, but not painfully tight

To put on a compression stocking, grab the top of the stocking, roll it down toward the heel, put your foot inside the stocking, and then slowly pull the stocking up over your leg. Wear the stockings continuously throughout the day, and don’t remove it until bedtime.

When compression stockings are recommended after surgery, they should usually be worn as much as possible, day and night, until you’re able to move around freely. Compression stockings are used after surgery to prevent blood clots developing in the leg, which is known as deep vein thrombosis (DVT).

These stockings are tighter around the ankle and less tight around the calves and thighs. The pressure created by the stockings pushes fluid up the leg, which allows blood to flow freely from the legs to the heart. Compression  stockings not only improve blood flow, but also reduce swelling and pain.

When compression stockings are recommended after surgery, they should usually be worn as much as possible, day and night, until you’re able to move around freely. Compression stockings are used after surgery to prevent blood clots developing in the leg, which is known as deep vein thrombosis (DVT).

  • Measure around your ankle (this measurement is called the circumference). 
  • Find the widest part of your calf. 
  • Find the widest part of your thigh – right under your buttocks.
  • Measure the distance from the bottom of your buttocks to the floor.
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