MEDICAL COMPRESSION STOCKINGS-THIGH LENGTH (23mm to 32mm Hg) Class-II (XL)
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- Provides graded compression to improve venous blood flow and reduce DVT
- Silicone thigh band holds the stocking in place with firm grip
- Reciprocated heel and open toe for better fit and comfort
- Available in 5 different sizes
Compression stockings thigh length is made of skin friendly medical graded fabric with a silicon top band which prevents stockings from sliding down and is used to maintain venous blood flow and reduce Deep Vein Thrombosis(DVT) ,discomfort and swelling in legs.
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- Provides graduated compression with maximum compression at ankle, decreasing towards the thigh
- Helps to maintain blood flow and reduce discomfort and swelling in legs
- Helps in prevention of varicose veins in advanced stages
- The compression provided is 23-32 mm Hg, ideal as per international standards for varicose veins prevention
- Silicone top band prevents the stocking from sliding down
- Made of skin friendly material that helps to maintain breathability while providing the therapeutic effects
Directions of Use
- First, put on the applicator given in the box over the foot. It helps to slide the stocking up towards the thigh
- Insert your hand in the stocking and hold the heel portion in your palm. Now reverse the stocking outward
- Slide the inverted stocking such that its heel portion fits your heel perfectly. Now slowly start pulling up the stocking and make sure there are no creases
- Hand wash with mild detergent and water at room temperature
- Dry in shade on a flat surface
- Do not dry clean
- Do not Iron or Bleach
Used for various problems like deep vein thrombosis (DVT). Compression Stockings Class II which are of knee length are ideal for flow of the blood back to the heart by exerting maximum pressure at the ankle.
Wear them for as long as your standing and sitting then take them off at the end of the day. Wearing them for 6-8 hours is good enough.
Pull over the ankle and continue up the leg. Make sure that the heel of the stocking coincides with your heel, adjust and straighten the stocking.
They can make your legs feel too warm at night, which some people find uncomfortable.
If you have peripheral vascular disease affecting your lower extremities, you should not wear compression socks.
Choose a sock size that will safely fit the largest foot, ankle and calf measurement. Measure at the widest part of the calf. Measure at the smallest part of the ankle just above the ankle bones.
Blood pressure is measured in units of millimeters of mercury (mmHg). The readings are always given in pairs, with the upper (systolic) value first, followed by the lower (diastolic) value.