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Compression stockings ID-300T

compression stockings
compression stockings
compression stockings
compression stockings
compression stockings
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Garment type
compression stockings
Patient type
M, L, S, XL, XXL, XS


compression classes: Class 1 (18-21 mm Hg), Class 2 (23-32 mm Hg) product height: N-Normal (62-71 cm), L-Long (72-83 cm) the line has the products for wide hip marked W silky, breathable and skin-friendly translucent texture ensures the preservation of normal temperature and water balance of the skin flat seams do not leave impresses on the body ultrastrong elastic threads in the foot area provide increased durability high moisture and breathability are ensured due to increased capillarity of the fibers compression ratio decreases from bottom to top color: caramel, black Indications for use: prevention of heavy legs syndrome tendency to edema prevention of varicose veins of pregnant women reticular (mesh) varicose veins, telangiectasias functional phlebopathies prevention of deep vein thrombosis, varicothrombophlebitis Contraindications: chronic obliterating diseases of the arteries of the lower extremities, when the regional systolic pressure on a.tibialis posterior is below 80 mm Hg. severe forms of diabetic polyneuropathy and angiopathy decompensated cardiopulmonary insufficiency trophic ulcers of non-venous etiology acute soft tissue infection septic phlebitis consult a specialist before use Instructions for use: How to properly put on medical compression knitwear: By hands: 1. Put on the product in the morning. Make sure that your nails are neatly cut, and the rings are removed; 2. Put on the product sitting on the bed, couch, etc. The leg should be bent at the knee in front of you. 3. The product should be on the front side.
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