The optimal soft fabric stocking convinces with its convenient inspection hole for post-surgery thrombosis prophylaxis. The anti-embolism stocking with graduated compression exerts a minimum compression pressure of around 18 mmHg in the ankle region. It must only be used by patients when lying down!

  • Graduated compression
  • ca. 18 mmHg compression around the ankle region
  • Breathable, prevents heat build-up
  • Kind to the skin
  • Soft, delicate material
  • Easy to don
  • Flawless and crease-free
  • Non-slip
  • Reinforced heel and inspection hole on all models
  • Adjustable band with hip fastening
  • After surgery (especially abdominal / pelvic and orthopaedic surgery)
  • After fractures or injuries to the leg
  • Patients with impaired mobility
Material composition
  • 74% polyamide
  • 26% elasthane

Available for  :

Women, Men

Available colours  :


Unisex calf

open toe

Unisex Thigh-high

grip top, open toe

Unisex Thigh-high

waist attechement / closed toe



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Yes, your risk of developing an ulcer is elevated. The vessels’ functioning is so disturbed that there is stasis. Then edema appears and your skin aspect changes – at first a color change, then it itches and eczema appears. As time passes, your skin hardens. A small wound or an inflammation due to a mosquito bite are enough to cause deterioration to your skin. An ulcer forms. These changes appear gradually and can in most cases be resolved with treatment.

No, as the risk factors like genetic predisposition and higher age cannot be treated. But you can prevent symptoms and also signs of chronic venous insufficiency if you have varicose veins. Keep moving! Use the staircase rather than the elevator. Practice a sport that stimulates your venous system like cycling, swimming, or walking. Raise your legs and move as often as possible. It is also recommended to shower your legs with cold water and to wear compression socks or stockings.