Vissco Anti-Embolism Stockings- Thigh(Open toe) Small
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- Provide graduated compression from the ankle to the thigh
- Improves blood flow and helps to prevent deep vein thrombosis
- Graduate compression from the ankle to the knee
- Made of skin friendly long lasting material which is a medical grade fabric
- Available in 4 sizes
Anti-Embolism Stockings help reduce the threat of blood clots forming in your legs. The stockings help reduce the risk of developing DVT. It can also be used for fracture or injuries of the lower limb and impaired mobility.
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- Used to avoid DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis) in bedridden patients, patients admitted to the ICU following surgery and other disorders that cause pain and discomfort in the legs.
- Supports and relieves ankle discomfort, as well as varicose pain
- Improves comfort and stability.
- Provides graded compression to improve blood flow and prevents reverse blood flow
- The stockings provide graded compression from 13 to 18mmHg in a distal to proximal direction
- Scientific design prevents pooling of blood and swelling in the legs
- Silicone thigh band holds the stocking in place with comfortable grip
- Reciprocated heel and open toe for better fit and comfort
- Latex-free medical grade fabric blended with composite yarn to make the material durable, breathable & skin-friendly
Directions For Use
- 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
Anti-embolism stockings place pressure on the legs to increase circulation. In doing so, they reduce a person’s risk of blood clots. They provide graded compression to improve blood flow and prevents pooling of blood and swelling in the legs.
Remove stockings every eight hours to allow for adequate circulation.
The open-toe design can help make donning easier and delivers a clean look if wearing with open-toe shoes.
Anti-embolism stockings have been shown to reduce the relative risk of DVT in surgical patients.
Until you are able to move around freely after surgery, these anti-embolism stockings must be worn.
Stockings must be changed every 2 to 3 days.
These are tight stockings that is designed specially to reduce the risk of DVT.