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Compression socks VenoTrain® soft S
women

compression socks
compression socks
compression socks
compression socks
compression socks
compression socks
compression socks
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Characteristics

Garment type
compression socks
Patient type
women

Description

VenoTrain® soft S Compression stocking specially designed for predominantly sedentary activities or long periods of standing VenoTrain soft S supports vein activity and relieves pain caused by your varicose veins and swollen legs. Its knit ensures that your feet and lower legs are particularly comfortable. With an extensive heel and a wide instep area, it is ideally suited for people who spend a lot of time sitting down or standing. No pressure, no pinching in the instep area of the foot Reduces pain caused by weak veins Also particularly suitable for use in nursing care Endure intense strain With its extensive heel and a particularly wide instep area, this stocking is designed for long periods of sitting, for example in wheelchairs, or for extensive standing. The breathable, skin-friendly knitted fabric is excellent for sensitive skin that is tight due to swelling. VenoTrain soft S is highly durable and also easy to put on by caregivers. This also makes it recommendable for use in nursing care. For extra toe freedom, it is also available with an open toe. And like all versions of VenoTrain, it is low-maintenance and can be washed in the washing machine without difficulty. The compression stocking for long periods of standing and sitting For patients whose vein problems cause not only spider veins and varicose veins but also swollen feet, tightly fitting compression stockings often generate unpleasant pressure in the instep area. VenoTrain soft S is knit to fit comfortably around the feet and lower leg.
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