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mediven 550 leg thigh length
compression stockings

  • A wide range of colours
  • Innovative design elements
  • Highest wall stability
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The mediven 550 leg thigh length compression stockings offer the highest stiffness and stability in a flat knit made to measure garment for oedema up to stage 3.

Details:

  • 4 standard colours, 6 trend colours and 3 design elements at no extra cost
  • With over 5,600 variants, combinations can be freely combined for any requirement
  • Robust and active breathing skin friendly material
  • 2-way elastic stretch ensures maxiumum comfort
  • Anatomical/oblique borders for comfort
  • Highest working pressure for maximum clinical effectiveness
Available in numerous sizes and versions to cater for the specific needs of a wide range of patients.

Oblique borders are standard (distal and proximal) to aid unimpeded lymphatic drainage without circular constriction and to provide the optimum fit with a more secure hold.

Reduces perspiration and prevents the skin from drying out. This is achieved by the patented knit which ensures rapid moisture transportation. This allows temperature moderation throughout the garments.
The technology integrated in the medi high-tech yarn promises you freshness and hygiene all day long. The natural odour neutrality remains permanently. Clima Fresh stops bacteria and micro-organisms colonising your mediven compression garment.
Active breathing, elastic materials and a high quality finish combine to ensure patient comfort.
Material Composition
Elastan, polyamid
Washing Instruction

Can be washed at 40 degrees.

  • Primary and secondary lymphoedema stages 1, 2 and 3
  • Lipoedema stages 1, 2 and 3
  • Elephantiasis
  • Severe phlebological conditions with a tendency to develop oedema
  • Keloid treatment, e. g. after burns
  • Post-operative and post-traumatic oedema
  • Mixed forms such as phlebolymphoedema, lipolymphoedema
  • Advanced peripheral arterial occlusive disease
  • Decompensated heart disease
  • Septic phlebitis
  • Phlegmasia coerulea dolens
  • Concomitant dermatoses
  • Intolerance to compression stocking fabric
  • Sensory disturbances of the limb
  • Advanced peripheral neuropathy
  • Primary chronic arthritis