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Activa Class 1 Below the Knee Open Toe Compression Stockings Sand

SKU : CHN2681518|PIP-Code : 2681518|EAN : 5037696100825
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Activa Class 1 Below the Knee Open Toe Compression Stockings are for the treatment of venous conditions without oedema. Attractive, silky and easy to wear, these stockings provide comfortable, graduated compression to assist blood flow up the legs.
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Activa Class 1 Below the Knee Open Toe Compression Stockings

Activa Class 1 Below the Knee Open Toe Compression Stockings are for the treatment of venous conditions without oedema. Attractive, silky and easy to wear, these stockings provide comfortable, graduated compression to assist blood flow up the legs. 

Activa Class 1 Below the Knee Open Toe Compression Stockings provide a compression of 14-17mmHg - light compression for in superficial or early varicose veins and swollen ankles (e.g. during pregnancy). They can also be used post operatively and on long distance travel to help prevent deep vein thrombosis in normal risk groups.

Open toe stockings are ideal for people with very long or short feet, for use in summer to help your feet remain cool and are often preferred by those who wear the stockings at night.

Activa Class 1 Below the Knee Open Toe Compression Stockings are available 4 sizes (see size guide below).

Contraindications
  • Significant arterial disease (ischaemia) according to vascular assessment
  • Current acute inflammatory episode
  • Acute deep vein thrombosis
  • Patients with diabetes or rheumatoid arthritis unless after specialist referral and under supervision, due to risk of microvascular disease
  • Congestive heart failure, as compression could lead to cardiac overload
  • Sensory disorders of the limb i.e. peripheral neuropathy
  • Known sensitivity to the fabric
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