mediven ulcer kit compression stockings
- Therapeutic effect, even at night
- Antibacterial, odour-reducing effect
- Easy donning of the liner and outer stocking
Compression therapy is an important part of the treatment of venous leg ulcer. A guideline compliant therapy recommends the use of ulcer stocking systems after the initial decongestion phase of the venous oedema. The ulcer stocking system mediven ulcer kit provides continuous, effective compression around the clock and is easy to put on due to its two components. (1)
The white liner stocking mediven ulcer helps e.g. to keep wound dressings in place. With 20 mmHg compression pressure it can be worn for up to 24 hours and offers therapeutically effective therapy even at night.(2, 3) Its soft material with antibacterial effect ensures a pleasant wearing comfort and eases the donning of the outer stocking - it simply glides over the liner stocking.
During the day, in the mobile phases, the outer stocking mediven ulcer plus is worn in addition to increase the compression. With also of 20 mmHg of compression pressure the mediven ulcer kit provides the therapeutically necessary pressure of 40 mmHg in total. The caramel-coloured and opaque outer stocking also offers a refined appearance.
- Therapeutically effective compression with 20 mmHg during the night. (2, 3)
- Flat topband will stay in place without constriction
- Soft material with antibacterial effect for pleasant wearing comfort and easy donning
- Sewn-in instep area allows for optimum fit and reduces wrinkling when foot is bent
- Special heel construction offers optimum pressure relief and colour marking for easy positioning
- mediven ulcer should be changed daily due to hygienic reasons - two liner stockings included as standard
- Suitable for washing machine (hot cycle up to 95°C) and dryer
- Already offers effective therapy overnight
- Fullfills the EWMA requirements regarding therapeutical necessary pressure (40 mmHg) (5)
- Easy donning – liner stocking material makes application of outer stocking easier (4)
- Antibacterial, odour-reducing effect of the liner stocking allows for optimum hygiene
- Refined appearance
- High wall stability thanks to double layer
- Pleasant wearing comfort whilst good durability
Circular-knit compression stocking system used for compression of the lower extremities, primarily in the treatment of disorders of the venous system.
(1) Harding K et al. Simplifying venous leg ulcer management. Consensus recommendations. Wounds International 2015.
(2) Partsch H. Compression stockings for treating venous leg ulcers: measurement of interface pressure under a new ulcer kit, Phlebology 2008;23(1):40–46.
(3) Wolff O et al. The effect of compression ulcer stockings on the capillary filtration rate and the formation of oedema. Phlebologie 2011;5:245-250.
(4) Tickle J. Managing venous leg ulcers and oedema using compression hosiery. Nursing Standard 2015;30(8):57-63.
(5) Franks P et al. Management of Patients with Venous Leg Ulcer: Challenges and Current Best Practice , J Wound Care 2016;25 Suppl (6):1-67.
Elastane, Polyamide, Silver
All compression garments and compression pantyhose (round knit and flat knit), anti-embolism stockings and supports are regularly tested to OEKO-TEX Standard 100 for human ecological harmful substances and assessed. The awarding of the certificate OEKO-TEX Standard 100 guarantees tested quality that safeguards your health.
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- Therapy for venous ulcers (CEAP classification C6)
- Therapy for mixed ulcers (due to arterial and venous issues), taking the contraindications into account
- Prevention of recurrence of venous ulcer (CEAP classification C5)
- Advanced peripheral arterial occlusive disease (if one of these parameters is present: ABPI < 0.5, ankle arterial pressure < 60 mmHg, toe pressure < 30 mmHg or TcPO2 < 20 mmHg on dorsum of foot)
- Decompensated heart failure (NYHA III + IV)
- Septic phlebitis
- Phlegmasia cerulea dolens
- Severe weeping dermatosis
- Intolerance to compressive material
- Severe paraesthesia in the limbs
- Advanced peripheral neuropathy (e.g. as seen in diabetes mellitus)
- Primary chronic polyarthritis