Compression Hoisery

Wound-care presents to you an array of effective compression hoiseries in different sizes and colors. Useful for treating varicose veins in the legs, these simple pair of compression socks reduce recurrence of Thrombosis and treat the discomfort of Varicose Veins.

Compression Hoisery,Activa Class 2 Below Knee Stockings

What are Compression Hoiseries?

People suffering from deep vein thrombosis find wearing compression hoiseries quite effective. Wound-care has a stock of comprehensive compression hosiery socks available in various support levels providing compression ranging from 10mmHg to 35mmHg. These are:

1) Activa Class 1 Below Knee Stockings-These provide compression at 14-17mmHg at the ankle. Treats superficial and early varicose veins even during pregnancy.

2) Activa Class 1 Below Knee Open Toe Stockings-These also provide compression of 14-17mmHg at the ankle but have an open toe style.

3) Activa Class 1 Thigh Length Stockings-These provide compression of 14-17mmHg at the ankle and are of thigh length.

4) Activa Class 1 Unisex Support Socks-These are stylish range of compression hosiery providing compression of 14-17mmHg at the ankle. They preventing deep vein thrombosis along with treating varicose veins.

5) Activa Class 1 Unisex Patterned Support Socks-These stylish stockings provide compression of 14-17mmHg at the ankle and are suitable for the treatment of superficial and early varicose veins, and preventing deep vein thrombosis.

6)Activa Class 2 Below Knee Stockings-These Medium Support Hosiery provides compression of 18-24mmHg at the ankle. Treats medium severity varicose veins, prevents leg ulcers, mild oedema and varicosis during pregnancy.

7) Activa Class 2 Below Knee Open Toe Stockings-Medium Support Hosiery provides compression of 18-24mmHg at the ankle with open toe having similar uses as Activa Class 2 Below Knee Stockings.

8) Activa Class 2 Thigh Length Stockings-Medium Support Hosiery thigh length compression stocking provides compression of 18-24mmHg at the ankle.

9) Activa Class 2 Thigh Length Open Toe Stockings-These provides compression of 18-24mmHg at the ankle and are of thigh length with open toe style.

10) Activa Class 2 Unisex Support Socks-These are a stylish range of compression hosiery providing compression of 18-24mmHg at the ankle. They are suitable for the treatment of painful varicose veins and the prevention of leg ulcer occurrance.

11) Activa Class 2 Unisex Patterned Support Socks-These are a stylish range of compression hosiery providing compression of 18-24mmHg at the ankle with pattern.

12)Activa Class 3 Below Knee Open Toe-These Strong Support Hosiery provides compression of 25-35mmHg at the ankle. It is suitable for the treatment of severe varicose veins and prevention of leg ulcers.

13) Activa Class 3 Thigh Length Open Toe-These Strong Support Hosiery provides compression of 25-35mmHg at the ankle.

14) Activa Hoisery Liners-These liners provide 10mmHg light compression for maintenance therapy and palliative care. Wearing one 10mmHg liner on top of another is equivalent to 20mmHg. Available in white, sand, and black colors, this can be worn under high compression stockings.

Benefits of Compression Hoisery

A:- Improve venous blood flow as prevents the venous blood from pooling in the legs

B:- Put pressure on ankles and legs, thereby compressing the surface arteries and veins. Reduces the risk of getting blood clots in the legs

C:- Reduces leg swellings, leg fatigue, achiness

D:- Improves the flow of blood and lymph flow

Where to use Compression Hoisery?

1) These elastic compression hosiery is useful for people who suffer from chronic venous insufficiency. It also treats the discomfort of Varicose veins

2) People having leg ulcers should use these compression socks as these improve circulation of legs, thereby preventing recurrence of Thrombosis.

3)Can be used by athletes, by people with prolonged bed rest (in case of surgery), pregnancy and family history of DVT

Where not to use Compression Hoisery?

4)One should avoid compression stockings if suffering from peripheral neuropathy or from any condition that impacts skin sensation.

5)People with a history of peripheral arterial bypass grafting, massive leg swelling, dermatitis, pulmonary edema etc. should avoid usage of compression hoisery

Precautions to be taken before using Compression Hoisery?

A:- Do not let the stockings bunch up or wrinkle.

B:- Wash the stockings every day with mild soap and water.

C:- Replace your stockings every 3 to 6 months so that they maintain their support.

D:- Clarify the strength of compression and the length ordered before using the compression hoiseries

Choose from a wide range of compression socks and heal your wounds in less time. Wound-care provides you with the best of healthcare services, with an array of brands at one stop. Explore more by checking out our official website- woundcare.co.uk.

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