Moderate, graduated compression which accelerates blood flow up the leg, helping to reduce the dangerous formation of blood clots following surgery. Knee length. Specifically designed for the recuperating patient.
Soft, durable and latex-free materials
Reduces the danger of blood clots
Designed for the recuperating patient
Soft, durable materials for outstanding comfort and fit
Graduated compression knitting technology accelerates blood flow up the leg
Help yourself recuperate properly so you can get back out there. FUTURO™ Anti-Embolism Stockings provide the medically proven benefits of graduated compression to offer effective support, as well as soft, durable materials for outstanding comfort and fit. Our graduated compression stocking knitting technology is specifically designed to speed blood flow by providing the most compression at the ankle and gradually diminishing pressure up the calf.
How to Wear
1. Insert hand into heel pocket of stocking. Turn stocking inside out by grasping
center of heel pocket.
2. Position stocking over foot and heel, carefully centering heel in heel pocket.
3. Gently pull stocking up and over ankle and calf, working up to the final location.
Note that the top of the stocking should be about 1 to 2 inches below bottom of
To ensure stockings last as long as possible, launder after every three days of
use. Keep the stockings free from substances like ointments, oils and lanolin which
could deteriorate elastic.
Hand wash with mild soap in warm not hot) water. Rinse well until water is clear
(do not wring or twist out) and air dry. Do not bleach, tumble dry, dry clean, or
IMPORTANT: These stockings are only to be worn on the advice of your doctor and for the time period recommended. If discomfort or pain results, persists or increases, discontinue use and consult your physician.
Anti-embolism stockings may not be recommended for patients with the following (always consult your physician):
1. Any leg condition in which stockings would interfere, such as:
-Dermatitis (skin problems)
-Vein ligation (leg surgery)
-Recent skin graft
2. Severe vascular diseases, such as Arteriosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), that cause poor circulation to the leg
3. Massive edema (swelling) of the legs, or pulmonary edema (fluid in the lungs) from congestive heart failure
4. Extreme deformity of the leg