COMMON INDICATIONS
AND COMPRESSION LEVELS TO TREAT THEM
15-20 mmHg / 20-30 mmHg
Minor to Moderate spider veins
Minor to Moderate edema
Minor varicose veins
Varices during pregnancy
Minor foot, ankle, and leg swelling

20-30 mmHg
Superficial thrombosis
Post sclerotherapy
Tired, achy legs


20-30 mmHg / 30-40 mmHg
Moderate varicose veins
Moderate edema

30-40 mmHg
Lymphatic edema
Management of venous ulcers
Prevention of venous ulcers
Prevention of post-thrombotic syndrome
Orthostatic hypotension
Pregnancy with previous phlebitis
Stasis dermatitis due to Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI)
CAUTION:
ALWAYS CONSULT WITH YOUR DOCTOR BEFORE DECIDING WHICH COMPRESSION LEVEL IS RIGHT FOR YOU
Contraindications:

Medical compression stockings should only be worn after consulting with a doctor and under a doctor’s supervision. Compression stockings should not be worn by individuals with severe arterial insufficiency, decompensated heart diseases, acute phase dermatitis, acute skin infections, wet dermatitis, or by individuals who are bedridden.




Cautions:

Consult with your doctor if you have or experience infections, weeping dermatoses, incompatibility with garment fabric, impaired sensitivity of limb, or immobility.
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