Product Description & Benefits
Venosan Anti-Embolism Regular Knee Compression Stockings - Open Toe - 12-18 mm Hg are medically-correct, regular knee-length compression stockings for recuperating patients that help prevent blood clots and the dangerous condition Deep Vein Thrombosis.
Applies pressure at the ankles to help reduce pressure up the legs.
Encourages blood flow that reduces the chance of blood clots.
For recuperating patients that may need specialized care, as long periods of immobility can lead to blood clots and a dangerous condition called Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT).
Knee Length is available in inspection toe or closed toe versions.
90% Nylon; 10% Spandex.
Made in the USA.
Venosan North America was founded in 1993 as the US marketing and distribution arm of Salzmann & Co, a textiles company that was founded in 1883. Since 1980, the company has delivered exceptional medical compression stockings worldwide, and proudly offers surgical instruments and physician and patient resources to its customers. The Venosan range represents the pinnacle of compression hosiery design. In addition to the medical benefits, Venosan offers outstanding comfort, looks and patient compliance.
Instructions for Use
It is recommended to put your garment on dry skin and to put the garment on right when you first get up from bed when swelling is minimal. You should remove your jewelry, rings, and watches before applying your garment to avoid damaging it. You may want to wear rubber or vinyl gloves such as Sigvaris Rubber Gloves to prevent fingernails from damaging the fabric or avoid pressing your fingernails into the stitching. To pull up the garment, place your thumbs inside and gather the fabric, then place your foot in the garment and adjust the knee and toe areas. Gently pull up the garment, keeping the garment as straight as possible. Avoid rolling, twisting or overstretching the fabric. If you usually apply moisturizer to your legs or arms, it is better to moisturize the skin in the evening rather than just before putting on your garment in the morning. Remove your garment before going to bed.
Measuring Myself Correctly & Getting The Right Size
Knowing how to measure yourself correctly and getting the right size for your garment is the most crucial step of selecting the proper garment. For this reason, please view the Size Chart (and read the measuring tips) associated with this product.
Relevant Conditions & Recommendations
Prevention of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) and Pulmonary Embolism (PE) in post-surgical, reclining or bed-confined patients, Individuals undergoing surgical operations requiring prolonged confinement to bed, bedridden, elderly, neurological or poly-traumatized patients.