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Compression stockings

Here you’ll find examples of how our medical compression stockings are used in practice: These medical aids form the basis for treating vein problems and disorders of the lymph system. They exert a medically defined amount of pressure on affected areas.

Three experts report from practical experience Pathology and treatment in cases of lymphedema

If lymphedema is detected early, it can be managed effectively. The biggest factor for success is the close interdisciplinary cooperation between …

Lymphedema treatment in Austria Looking at the whole patient

Primarily patients suffering from leg lymphedema are being treated in the Lymphology Department at Wolfsberg State Hospital. Holistic study of …

Between vascular surgery and conservative treatment Veins, arteries and the right pressure

Vascular surgeon Dr. Dr. univ. Dominic Mühlberger is an attending physician at St. Josef’s Hospital, which is part of Ruhr University in Bochum, …

Compression therapy in cases of Pelvic Congestion Syndrome “An attractive option”

Prof. Mark S. Whiteley, a British vascular surgeon, has been researching venous disorders for more than 20 years, and Pelvic Congestion Syndrome …

curaflow: the app for patients suffering from lymphatic disorders Mobilizing lymph flow

Annette Dunker knows from her own experience how important it is for patients suffering from lymphatic disorders to receive targeted information, …

Compression therapy in cases of mild vein problems “Putting effort into consultation pays off”

Getting patients with mild vein problems to regularly wear their compression stockings also depends on the dedication of the specialist medical …

Compression during and after pregnancy A risk-adapted approach is required

During pregnancy, the risk of a thromboembolic event increases. Why this is the case and when medical compression stockings are indicated during …

Non-surgical treatment of venous leg ulcers “Edemas slow down the healing of wounds”

Treating venous leg ulcers caused by impaired perfusion in the lower leg is one of the major challenges in medical practice. In addition to wound …

Hemodynamics study with CVI patients Compression therapy reduces capillary hypertension

In patients with chronic venous insufficiency (CVI), movement triggers a pressure increase in the capillaries of the feet and can damage the …

Study on patient education Increasing adherence through information

When treating venous leg ulcers, the patient’s self-management plays an important role. Wound expert Kerstin Protz, whose tasks include being the …

Accompanying compression therapy during pregnancy Comfortable relief

During pregnancy and the postpartum period, medical compression stockings support the venous system, which is subjected to additional strain, and …

Compliance with compression therapy “Good education is crucial”

The more regularly patients wear their compression stockings, the happier they are with their treatment. This was the result of a survey carried …

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