Grade II Medical Compression Stocking
L Size Grade II Medical Compression StockingQuick Details Properties:Other Place of Origin:Henan, China (Mainland) Brand Name:Huibo Medical Model Number:HBM01-03 Colors:Beige and Black Material:70% Nylon and 30% Spandex Type:Thigh High Feature:for Varicose and Spider Veins, Breathable, Super Elastic Model:Open Toe Size:S, M, L, XL......
Place of Origin:Henan, China (Mainland)
Brand Name:Huibo Medical
Colors:Beige and Black
Material:70% Nylon and 30% Spandex
Feature:for Varicose and Spider Veins, Breathable, Super Elastic
Size:S, M, L, XL
Gender:Woman and Man
Care Instructions:Wash in cold or lukewarm water using mild detergent.
1. Physician recommended and clinically proven Medical Compression Hosiery
2. Relieves pain of tired, aching legs, mild varicosities and edema
3. Effective as post sclerotherapy treatment
4. Surgical weight compresstion
5. Graduated compression – 22 mmHg at ankle; 18 mmHg at calf; 10 mmHg at thigh
6. Composition: 70% Nylon, 30% Spandex
1. Comfortable and stylish compression socks for everyday use
2. Microfiber offers great elasticity and easy donning and removal
3. Recommended for anyone requiring mid-level compression
4. Support socks designed to fit all body types
5. Thigh-high socks have a Grip-Top band
Thigh High 23-32MMHG Medical Pressure Stockings Close Toe suit for persons need to stand for long time such as teachers, shop assistants, doctors, etc., persons need to sit down for a long time as white collars and civil servants, persons tat are often on business trips or sit aircraft, obese people, persons with venous diseases of the lower limbs, and persons having the demands to perfect the leg shapes and having taken liposuction surgery for legs.
Q. What is gradient compression?
A. Gradient compression delivers a squeezing to the leg that is tightest at the ankle. The amount of squeezing or compression gradually decreases up the leg. Compression is expressed in mmHg (millimeters of mercury).
Q. Are there reasons an individual should not wear compression?
A. Contraindications (medical conditions in which compression is not recommended):
- Ischemia (e.g. advanced arterial disease) of the legs.
- Untreated septic phlebitis of the leg
- Phlegmasia cerulea dolens
- Uncontrolled congestive heart failure
The wearing of compression should also be used with caution in the presence of:
- Skin infections
- Incompatibility to fabric of garment
- Immobility (confinement to bed)
- Weeping dermatoses
- Impaired sensitivity of the limb