Compression Stockings provide controlled compression to the legs to squeeze abnormal back flow of blood towards the heart. They provide requisite pressure to the superficial affected veins. Compression stockings are specially designed to apply pressure to your lower legs, helping to maintain blood flow and reduce discomfort and swelling. They may be prescribed by your GP if you have a condition that causes poor blood flow in your legs, such as: (swollen and enlarged veins) & (when your body's tissues swell up painfully). Compression stockings may also be recommended after having DVT to prevent post-thrombotic syndrome (pain and swelling in your calf that can sometimes occur after having DVT), or another DVT from occurring.
High quality, strong with long functional life..
Effective and Graduated compression.
Anatomical shape ensures, snug fitting and optimal grip, but no localized constrictions.
Top silicone lined band ensures no slippage.
Available in different compression classes, ensures effective blood evacuation.
Open toe design, reduces wear and tear and is easy to wear.
Comes with Applicator, User manual and CD for effective management of the disease
US FDA approved, OEKOTEX and CE certified product
Tired, aching legs, Economy Class Syndrome.
Chronic peripheral venous insufficiency.
Varicose /Spider Veins.
Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT).
Oedema, blood clots, post surgery/ injury.
Help improve blood flow.
Help keep fluid from pooling in the legs.
May help prevent blood clots from forming in deep leg veins.
Help relieve symptoms and prevent problems caused by things like varicose veins, skin ulcers, and deep vein thrombosis.
Will help the most if you wear them every day while you're awake, especially while you're on your feet.
How to Use
Compression stockings can be a part of your daily routine. If they fit right, they should be snug but comfortable.It's best to wear them all the time, unless you are bathing or sleeping. Plan on replacing your stockings every 4 to 6 months.At first, putting on a pair of compression stockings can be tricky. But with some practice, you'll find what works for you.
Hand wash new stockings after you buy them. It will make them more flexible and easier to put on. Consider buying a second pair, if you can afford it. That way, you'll have a clean pair to wear while you wash the other.
Put a dressing on any open wound before putting on the compression stockings.
Keep your stockings by your bed, so you can put them on when you first get up.
Do it early in the morning, when you have the least swelling in your legs.