Features of Advanced Orthopaedics Anti Embolism Stockings
- Feature thrombo-embolic deterrent and are used for pre and post-operative
- These stocking are non-binding with comfort top band
- Protect critical popliteal area and promotes free leg movement
- Protect patients after discharge
- Easily adjustable and minimize slippage
- Open-Toe Stockings provide easy access for medical examination
When to use Advanced Orthopaedics Compression Stocking?
- Peripheral artery disease
- Post-thrombotic syndrome
- Deep vein thrombosis
- Spider veins
Why do Compression Socks have Open Toes?
- Open toe compression stockings are perfect for an individual who has swelling in foot and ankle region.
- No excessive pressure on toes
- It aids in smooth blood circulation hence reduce risk of blood clots & chronic leg pain
- Provides comfort without cramped toes
- Helps in inspection of temperature and blood circulation without need of removing stockings every time
- Ideal for wearers who suffers from conditions like:
- Ingrown nails, bunions, open sores, etc.
- Individuals with long toes or large shoe size
- Sensitivity in front of foot
- In toes sensitivity
What to buy with Compression Stockings
How to wear Open Toe Advanced Orthopaedics Anti-Embolism Stockings?
- Insert hand into the stocking as far as the heel pocket
- Grasp the center of the heel pocket and turn the stocking inside out to heel area
- Carefully position the stocking over foot and heel. Be sure heel is centered in heel pocket
- Pull stocking up and lift around ankle and calf, working up to the final position. Place heel and toe correctly. Smooth out any excess material between the top of stocking and ankle. Pull toe section forward to smooth ankle and instep area and allow for toe comfort.
Anti-Embolism Knee High 18 mmHg Compression Stockings FAQ
What is the purpose of Anti Embolism Stockings?
Anti-embolism stockings are elasticated socks used to reduce the risk of blood pooling in your legs when you are sick and less able to walk around than usual.
How long do I need to wear Anti Embolism Stockings?
During the day, you can wear your compression stockings and take them off prior to going to bed.
Are Anti Embolism Stockings the same as compression stockings?
Anti-embolism stockings are designed especially for people with limited mobility or bed confined patients. Compression stockings increase blood circulation while helping to alleviate and regulate swelling of the leg and ankle.
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