Anti-embolism Stockings Medi-Pak Thigh-high White Inspection Toe are a sensitive, therapeutic solution for patients who are non-ambulatory or in a post-surgical state. These white thigh high socks employ a gentle albeit firm massaging mechanism to gradually circulate blood throughout the feet, ankles, knees and thighs to help prevent blood clots and similar venous disorders. These white thigh highs can significantly help reduce the occurrence of blood clots and help prevent a patient's chances of pulmonary embolism.
Anti-embolism Stockings Medi-Pak Thigh-high White Inspection Toe contain an inspection toe, making it easy for healthcare providers and caretakers to check a patient's pulse, skin color/pallor and temperature. These white thigh high socks help make the post-surgical period more comfortable for patients and are easy and convenient for healthcare providers to use.
You may also be interested in similar white thigh highs, such as TED Hose Thigh High with Belt Anti-Embolism Compression Stockings.
Anti-embolism Stockings Medi-Pak Thigh-high White Inspection Toe Features and Benefits
- Non-invasive solution for patients who are in a post-surgical period
- Employ a therapeutic massaging action to gently circulate blood throughout the legs
- Firm pressure helps reduce painful inflammation and the development of blood clots
- Easy inspection toe makes it easy for healthcare providers to check patient's pulse, skin color and temperature
Anti-embolism Stockings Medi-Pak Thigh-high White Inspection Toe Specifications
- Product number: 84-22
- Material: Nylon, Spandex
- Color: White
- Length: Thigh-high
- Toe Style: Inspection
- Short: Less than 29"
- Regular: 29"-33"
- Long: 33"
- Calf Circumference:
- Small: Less than 12"
- Medium: 12"-15"
- Large: Greater Than 15"
- X-Large: Greater Than 15"
- Upper-Thigh Circumference:
- Small: Less Than 25"
- Medium: Less Than 25"
- Large: Less Than 25"
- X-Large: 25"-32"
- Additional Information
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