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T.E.D. Knee High Open Toe Anti-Embolism Compression Stockings are manufactured by Cardinal Health, formerly Covidien, are designed for the continuing care of recuperating patients from surgery. Constructed of nylon, TED Knee-High Open toe Anti Embolism Stockings offer full-foot with open inspection toe. Kendall also provides a Closed Toe Compression Stocking. These Knee High Anti Embolism Stockings help patients suffering from circulatory problems in the lower leg and foot. To determine the correct size of stockings use two separate measurements--1) calf circumference and 2) knee to heel distance. Distance from bend of knee to bottom of heel determines length. Calf circumference determines the inner diameter size of the TED Hose. TEDs Knee High Open Toe Stockings are sold as a single pair or a case of 12 pairs. Kendall also manufactures a longer Support Hose, the Thigh Length Anti-Embolism Stocking Open Toe and the TED Closed Toe Anit-Embolism Stocking. Vitality Medical carries a large assortment of sizes of TED Compression Stockings. Order online today!
- 1. Measure calf circumference at greatest point.
- 2. Measure length from heel to bend in back of knee.
Feature & Benefits
- Knee High compression stockings in white.
- Provides graduated compression.
- Clinically proven to reduce thromboembolic disease.
- Open toe design.
- Helps avoid the danger of pulmonary embolism.
- Helps to prevent DVT.
- Calf Circumference Size: up to 20"
- Length Size: 16" or greater
- Colors: White.
- Compression: 18 mmHg.
- Additional Information
Manufacturer CardinalHealth Sub Brand TED Hose
- Community Q&A
Product QuestionsCan I launder and dry TED Knee High Open Toe Anti-Embolism Compression Stockings in my washer and dryer?Question by: E. Brown on Sep 16, 2017 2:06:00 PMThese can be machine washed but need to be hang-dried according to the manufacturer.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Nov 6, 2017 10:30:00 AM
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As for the person who couldn't get them on, that is how they are made. The compression is to help your circulation. To get them on, you have to scrunch the stocking all the way down to the arch. Get your toes into the stocking then work it up your leg, inch by inch. You need to stretch it with your fingers as you work it up your leg. My Dad used to complain that my mother would give him a "Knuckle massage" when she put on his support stockings. You need to
- Great low price for top quality stockings
- Purchased open toe & I realized I prefer closed toe
- Fits well once you get them on
- Very hard to put on at first
- Couldn't get them on
- quality for price