Story Check Prof. Dr. med. Stefanie Reich-Schupke believes it’s important to choose a compression therapy on the basis of a patient’s symptoms.
- The stronger and more pronounced the damage, the greater the resting pressure and material strength should be.
- Patients tend to tolerate Ccl1 combined with a high degree of material strength better than a product with a higher resting pressure.
- In the case of conditions such as venous leg ulcers or CVI combined with early-stage PAD, special solutions can be prescribed – in the form of a specifically named product as well.