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Sorgen Lycra AG Class I Medical Compression Stockings

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Sorgen Lycra AG Class 1 Medical Compression Stockings

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Regular Price: ₹3,700.00

Special Price ₹2,960.00

Sorgen Lycra AG Class I Medical Compression Stockings are made of premium Lycra and are manufactured using the latest machinery with high-quality control. They are manufactured in compliance with stringent requirements adhering to the RAL standards. The pressure in the stockings is measured using the latest MST technology. Sorgen Lycra compression stockings are made up of Polyamide and Lycra. They are produced in accordance with latest medical knowledge and state of art textile technology.

Sorgen Lycra Class I Compression Stocking Highlights:

- Open Toe
- Color: Beige
- Thigh length
- Made of Lycra
- CE certified
- Oeko-Tex Certified
- Comes in pair
- Compression: Class I (18-21 mm Hg)

 

Product sku Size Availability Price Qty
LAG Class I - Small Small In stock 2960
LAG Class I - Medium Medium In stock 2960
LAG Class I - Large Large In stock 2960
LAG Class I - XL X Large In stock 2960
LAG Class I - XXL Xtra Large In stock 2960
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Regular Price: ₹3,700.00

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Sorgen Lycra Class I Medical Compression Stockings Features:

  • Produced in accordance with latest medical knowledge and state of art textile technology
  • Contains fibers tested in accordance with Oeko-Tex Standard 100
  • Made of premium Lycra using the latest machinery
  • Fabric Composition: Lycra
    - Polyamide:68%
    - Lycra Elastane: 32%

Indications for Sorgen Lycra Class I Stockings:

  • For a feeling of tired and heavy legs
  • Early venous insufficiency (weakness)
  • Mild varicose veins without pronounced oedema
  • For varicose veins in pregnancy
  • For spider veins
  • After sclerosis of various veins

How to Put on Compression Stockings?

The tough elastic that is used to make compression stockings can be difficult to wear and adjust, especially if you have arthritis or other problems that limit hand movement or function.

  • In case of medical compression stockings, it is advisable to use a slider
  • Put your hand inside the stocking foot with the heal facing down
  • Turn the leg of the stocking inside out as far as the heel
  • Stretch the stocking sideways at the heel
  • Slide your foot into the stocking
  • Make the heel of the stocking coincide with your heel
  • Grasping the top of the stocking pull over the ankle, continue up the leg
  • Adjust and straighten the stocking as you go up and remove wrinkles if any

Tips:

  • Apply lotion at night before bed- when you take your stockings off for the day.
  • Take off all jewellry before putting on your stockings. Rings and bracelets can snag on the compression hose, causing rips or tears.
  • If putting on stockings is difficult, try wearing a pair of latex or rubber gloves. The smooth surface will make it easier to grip the stockings as you move them up your legs.
  • To keep your stockings snag-free always wear shoes when wearing them. Walking around your home without shoes may cause your stockings to develop runs or tears, which may degrade their compression properties.

How to Wash Compression Stockings?

Generally, its best to take the time to wash your stockings by hand.

  • Fill the bucket, sink or washtub with warm water
  • Gently dip the stockings into the tub to dampen them
  • Then, add a small amount of delicate washing liquid and swirl it around the water
  • Let the stockings soak for a few minutes to loosen dirt, oils, and skin cells from the stockings fibers
  • Gently rub the stockings together to clean them better, but be careful not to stretch them
  • Empty the tub, refill with warm water, and dip or rinse the clean stockings
  • Gently squeeze the stockings to remove excess water
  • Place a towel on a drying rack and lay the stockings on the top to dry. Avoid hanging the stockings directly on the rack or pole to drip dry; the weight of the water could stretch the stockings, causing them to fit improperly

Sorgen Lycra Compression Stocking Specifications:

Size Ankle Midcalf Thigh
Small 19-23 cm 29-39 cm 48-63 cm
Medium 23-26 cm 33-42 cm 54-67 cm
Large 26-29 cm 36-45 cm 58-72 cm
X-Large 29-31 cm 39-47 cm 63-78 cm
XX-Large 31-34 cm 44-52 cm 72-86 cm

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Sorgen Lycra Class I Medical Compression Stockings Features:

  • Produced in accordance with latest medical knowledge and state of art textile technology
  • Contains fibers tested in accordance with Oeko-Tex Standard 100
  • Made of premium Lycra using the latest machinery
  • Fabric Composition: Lycra
    - Polyamide:68%
    - Lycra Elastane: 32%

Indications for Sorgen Lycra Class I Stockings:

  • For a feeling of tired and heavy legs
  • Early venous insufficiency (weakness)
  • Mild varicose veins without pronounced oedema
  • For varicose veins in pregnancy
  • For spider veins
  • After sclerosis of various veins

How to Put on Compression Stockings?

The tough elastic that is used to make compression stockings can be difficult to wear and adjust, especially if you have arthritis or other problems that limit hand movement or function.

  • In case of medical compression stockings, it is advisable to use a slider
  • Put your hand inside the stocking foot with the heal facing down
  • Turn the leg of the stocking inside out as far as the heel
  • Stretch the stocking sideways at the heel
  • Slide your foot into the stocking
  • Make the heel of the stocking coincide with your heel
  • Grasping the top of the stocking pull over the ankle, continue up the leg
  • Adjust and straighten the stocking as you go up and remove wrinkles if any

Tips:

  • Apply lotion at night before bed- when you take your stockings off for the day.
  • Take off all jewellry before putting on your stockings. Rings and bracelets can snag on the compression hose, causing rips or tears.
  • If putting on stockings is difficult, try wearing a pair of latex or rubber gloves. The smooth surface will make it easier to grip the stockings as you move them up your legs.
  • To keep your stockings snag-free always wear shoes when wearing them. Walking around your home without shoes may cause your stockings to develop runs or tears, which may degrade their compression properties.

How to Wash Compression Stockings?

Generally, its best to take the time to wash your stockings by hand.

  • Fill the bucket, sink or washtub with warm water
  • Gently dip the stockings into the tub to dampen them
  • Then, add a small amount of delicate washing liquid and swirl it around the water
  • Let the stockings soak for a few minutes to loosen dirt, oils, and skin cells from the stockings fibers
  • Gently rub the stockings together to clean them better, but be careful not to stretch them
  • Empty the tub, refill with warm water, and dip or rinse the clean stockings
  • Gently squeeze the stockings to remove excess water
  • Place a towel on a drying rack and lay the stockings on the top to dry. Avoid hanging the stockings directly on the rack or pole to drip dry; the weight of the water could stretch the stockings, causing them to fit improperly

Sorgen Lycra Compression Stocking Specifications:

Size Ankle Midcalf Thigh
Small 19-23 cm 29-39 cm 48-63 cm
Medium 23-26 cm 33-42 cm 54-67 cm
Large 26-29 cm 36-45 cm 58-72 cm
X-Large 29-31 cm 39-47 cm 63-78 cm
XX-Large 31-34 cm 44-52 cm 72-86 cm
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