Before putting on an antivaricose stocking, you should consult your doctor in advance to determine the class of compression needed. This product should always be worn in the morning, when swelling is the smallest and worn throughout the day. Putting on takes place gradually, starting from the foot, where we smooth the material and the placement of the product, then to the knee, where we also lay the product on the body. When putting it on, be careful not to perforate the product with jewelry, watch or nails. We do not put on the product when we have skin problems and oozing wounds. When wearing, when pain occurs, you should consult your doctor again. For a time approx. 6 months, compression products maintain their properties. When this time passes, the product loses its properties due to wear and fatigue of the material. The product should be washed daily by hand or in a washing machine using gentle detergents. It does not depend on cleaning, bleach or dry cleaning.
- varicose veins,
- embolism- thrombosis,
- chronic venous insufficiency,
- edema (lymphatic, pregnant, post-traumatic, postoperative, etc.).
- advanced peripheral vein occlusion
- decompensated heart failure,
- septic phlebitis,
- painful bruising swelling of the limb.
The product is made of polyamide and elstane.
NOTE: Before buying the product, you should measure yourself in designated places in the morning, preferably in bed before the swelling occurs. We measure the length when we get up from the ground to the place designated in the table. Table of sizes and measurements available in the pictures.