Vissco Medical Compression Stockings knee length(open toe)Class-II (Large)

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Vissco Medical Compression Stockings knee length(open toe)Class-II (Large)

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Product Highlights

  • Used to treat varicose veins,swollen legs and other venous disorder of legs
  • Prevents venous blood return and swelling
  • Graded compression fit offers enhanced support and more effective resuts.
  • Available in 5 different sizes

Expert's Advice

Medical compression stockings knee length is made of skin friendly medical grade fabric with silicon top band which holds the stockings in place with comfortable grip and is used to treat varicose veins,swollen legs and other venous disorder of legs

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Vissco Medical Compression Stockings knee length(open toe)Class-II (Large)

MRP: Offer: 1,269.00You Save: 330.00

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Description

  • Provides graduated compression with maximum compression at ankle, decreasing towards the knee
  • Helps to maintain blood flow and reduce discomfort and swelling
  • 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 from skin friendly material helps to maintain breathability while providing the therapeutic effects

Directions for Use

  • First, put on the applicator given in the box over the foot. It helps to slide the stocking up towards the knee
  • 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

Safety information

  • 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

FAQ

15-20 mmHg is used for daily wear, travel, and sports. They help improve circulation without being too tight. 20-30 mmHg is used  for sports recovery, daily wear, medical recovery, and to manage mild symptoms of varicose and spider veins. Ideal for patients looking for more support.

Stockings should feel snug, but not painfully tight. Mild compression, with lower numbers, is usually enough to keep you comfortable on your feet at work. You’ll need higher numbers with a firmer fit to prevent DVT.

It’s extremely important to put on compression stockings in the morning, before you lower your legs and get out of the bed. Sleeping in a horizontal position makes your vein valves function more effectively than when sitting or standing.

Can be 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.

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.

  • millimeters of mercury
  • 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.

Compression / compressive socks are shorter and cover up to your ankle, while stockings can go as high as your thigh. You can get yourself thigh-high compression stockings, reach up to your knees, or wear of hosiery style. With compression socks, you are ankle-length and knee-high socks that also have closed toes.

Compression stockings are commonly used to treat varicose veins and symptoms that accompany varicose veins and they are also used after recovery from varicose vein procedures, but they can also be used to reduce the chance for developing varicose veins.

  Should not fold your stockings,  should not wear a normal pair of socks over your compression stockings and need not double-up, should not be worn at night.

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