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Compression stockings side effects

After surgery, there is a risk of side effects such as swelling, bruising and blood clots that often settle in the legs.
Compression stockings are an excellent and simple measure to reduce these side effects.

Compression stockings side effects.

There are really no side effects that are dangerous to health with Compression stockings! Proper support for your legs is important to help the blood return to the heart, which can otherwise lead to swollen legs and in turn pain.
The Compression stockings thus give a pressure that is also usually called compression and is available in different degrees.

The degree of pressure varies the most pressure has the sock in the foot, which then decreases along the leg. All to help pump blood more easily to the heart.

16-18 mmHg
40 degrees, do not iron/tumble dry
74% Cotton, 23% Polyamide, 3% Lycra

You can make the product last longer by following the guidelines of how to wash and take care of them. You can see the wash advice in the tab for fact-sheet, and you can click here for the care-advice.

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