Tynor Compression Garment Leg Below Knee Open Toe Support Small
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- Effective for burns
- Used in cases of blood clots, injuries, post surgery.
- Provides graded and accurate compression.
- Available in different sizes Small,Medium,Large, XL and available in 2 variants Normal and Wide.
Tynor compression garment are specialized garment like devices, that provide support and graduated compression, in burns, lymphedema, varicose veins and other vascular conditions. They include below knee, above knee and full leg with panty hose and a variety of specially fitted garments for individual needs.
- Used to treat Varicose Veins and Spider Veins, Deep Vein Thrombosis
- Graded and accurate compression with uniform reduction of compression.
- Provides perfect fitting and uniform compression even on uneven limb surface.
- Toe Band ensures no slippage and provides optimal grip and open toe design makes It easy to wear and reduces wear and tear.
- Use of high quality material ensures strong, durable and long functional life with pleasant aesthetics.
- Medical Compression Stockings provide graduated compression, strongest at the ankle and gradually decreases as move up.
Directions for Use:
- Below Knee Stockings Should be 2 Fingers Below the Knee Bend.
- Put on Stockings in the morning before get out of bed and legs have the least amount of swelling early in the morning.
- Broaden the mouth of the fabric cave so formed and pull till it reaches the heel and unfold the stockings from heel to knee.
- Unfold the garment from ankle to below knee and smoothen the wrinkles from bottom upward with hand.
- Hand Wash with mild detergent and water without wringing.
- Dry in shade on a flat surface
- Do not dry clean
- Do not iron and do not bleach
Open toe compression stockings do not cover the toes – the fabric ends at the ball of the foot. Closed toe compression stockings, of course, cover the toes.
Open toe compression stockings end at the base of the toes, so they are great for summer sandals, flip flops, and peep toe shoes. Not to mention, your toes are exposed, so they also help with breathability. Also ideal for: People with a large shoe size or long toes.
It’s OK to sleep in your compression socks. You can even wear compression socks 24 hours a day if you like. You just shouldn’t wear the same compression socks 24 hours a day, day after day, night after night.
Wearing compression socks while exercising, specifically running, can greatly reduce the chances of injury and muscle cramping.
Compression stockings are snug legwear that can improve circulation and prevent fluid buildup in the legs. They can also help seniors stay active and prevent health problems, such as leg swelling and even blood clots.