|Compression Level||Class II|
How to put on compression stockings?
The tough elastic that is used to make compression stockings can be difficult to wear and adjust, especially if you have arthritis or other problems that limit hand movement or function.
Tips on wearing compression stockings correctly:
For compression pantyhose, use the same steps to gently ease the pantyhose up to your waist
HOW TO WASH COMPRESSION STOCKINGS
Generally, its best to take the time to wash your stockings by hand.
Are these stockings available in a pair?
Are they washable?
Are these open toe?
Is it available in black?
Venosan Class II thigh length stockings have the composition as mentioned below:
59% TACTEL¨ Polyamide
24% LYCRA¨ Elastane
Mild compression 23-32 mmHg at the ankle.
Indications for using venosan class II AGH stockings are:
For more serious symptoms
For more marked varicose veins or moderate oedema
After healing of minor ulcersŸ After sclerosis and surgery for varicose veins
After deep vein thrombosis
In cases of insufficiency (weakness) of the valves in the deep veins
Please Note: These explanations expressed here are based on a general understanding on compression levels and they DO NOT replace nor overrule the doctor’s advice.
Catalogue nos for the product include VM12601, VM12602, VM12603, VM12604, VM12605