mediven mondi® toe cap: compression stocking with low wall stability
The flat knit medical compression stocking mediven mondi® toe cap is characterised by its low wall stability, high transverse stretch and soft, sheer knitted fabric. Each toe of the stocking is made-to-measure and moulds itself like a second skin to the individual dimensions of the foot.
mediven mondi® toe cap serves for compression of the toes and the forefoot and is primarily used in the treatment of diseases of the lymphatic system. Thanks to the low wall stability, lymphoedema in the toes (positive Stemmer's sign) and over the top of the foot up to stage II can be comfortably and effectively treated with the product.
mediven mondi® toe cap moulds itself particularly comfortably to the foot: the seams run along the top and bottom of the toes to prevent pressure areas and unpleasant chafing. Thus mediven mondi® toecap are particularly suitable for newcomers to flat knit garments and patients, who are sensitive to pressure. The Clima Fresh and Clima Comfort* technologies in the knitted fabric ensure hygienic comfort in wear. They protect against odours and bacterial colonisation of the foot. The compression stocking with toecap is available in 11 fashionable colours and with sparkling crystals – so everybody can find a model that suits them.
*Scientifically tested by the French Institut IFTH The test result shows that Clima Comfort technology from medi guarantees climate exchange between the skin and the garment. medi achieved an outstanding total score with 11 out of 12 points.
- Toe cap with Clima Fresh: reliably prevents odours and colonisation by bacteria
- Seam moved to the upper and lower surfaces of the toes in the direction of lymph drainage (no seams between the toes)
- Lateral seams give each toe stability for effective action
- Each individual toe anatomically made to measure for an optimum fit
How does it work?/Mode of action
Flat-knitted medical compression stocking used for compression of the lower extremities, mainly for the treatment of disorders of the lymphatic system.
- Patients with lymphoedema in the toes (Stemmer positive) and on the dorsum of the foot