CROPPED MEDICAL SOCK WITH CROPPED TOE

These medicinal socks are recommended for the treatment of thrombosis, varicose veins and venous insufficiency and also for stabilization hypostases, stasis and low-grade lymphedema in the post-fracture of the lower limb, but also in other pathologies that require compression.
Please visit one of our stores for more information or you can leave us a message and we will contact you back.

Description

Class 1 therapeutic compression stockings exert a compression of 20 to 30 mm Hg at the ankle, decreasing progressively towards the leg and thigh.

The elastic thread is Lycra® combined with microfibers are provided with either a cut-out toe for skin breathing and freedom of movement, which allows the doctor to examine the legs easily.

Gradual compression: maximum on the ankle, progressively decreases towards the leg and thigh, restores the lack of compression in the venous system (venous pump), restoring normal values ​​of blood circulation speed in the veins of the lower limb.

DOES NOT CONTAIN LATEX

CHARACTERISTICS:

  • The elastic thread is Lycra® combined with microfibers
  • Compression: 20-30 mm Hg
  • Open toe
  • Colors: beige
  • Size: I-VI

MORE INFORMATION

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

To wear Albert – André socks, proceed as with normal socks but without rolling them.

Turn the sock upside down, then position the heel and pull the sock with your hands, stretching it towards the ankle, leg and depending on the length, towards the thigh and groin area. If the sock will be distributed correctly without wrinkles and creases, compression will be optimal.

To help you apply your socks more easily  while dressing (for compression stockings classes 2 and 3), we recommend that you wear the latex gloves enclosed in the package.

For the open toes models, first apply the silk sleeve supplied with the product to the foot, which facilitates the sliding of the compression stocking.

Remove the silk sleeve off the, for the open toes stockings, once you’ve put them on. It is advisable to put the socks on in the morning, when the legs are less swollen. Apply silicone lotion and talcum powder on the skin to make it easier for the socks to slide down the lower limb. Contact your specialist if your toes  feel numb or if the skin begins to change color while wearing the compression stockings.

 ghid masuratori

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “CROPPED MEDICAL SOCK WITH CROPPED TOE”

Your email address will not be published.