DVT Stockings

DVT stockings

DVT Stockings

Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) stockings also known as compression stockings are prescribed to patients suffering from circulatory disorders. These stocking provide gradual compression, which means that they fit snugly around the feet and gradually loosen near the leg.

  1. They are used to increase circulation in the legs
  2. DVT stockings are used to reduce the risk of post-thrombotic syndrome, blood clots, and swelling of the feet
  3. They are also used to provide relief from pain and swelling
  4. People who are at a risk of developing deep leg vein thrombosis can be prescribed DVT stockings to reduce chances of developing this condition


#Product NameProduct ImageDescriptionRequest For Quote
DVT001Below Knee Stockings - Pair
SizeCalf Circumference
S25-30 cms
M30-35 cms
L35-40 cms
XL40-45 cms
XXL45-50 cms

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DVT002Mediven Sheer & Soft
    • Supple and elastic stocking
    • Ensures adaption to every movement
    • Proper and exact medical compression characteristics
    • Guarantees correct medical compression gradient
    • Climafresh system
    • Antibacterial effect for fresher feet
    • Skin friendly

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DVT003Medical Compression Stockings above Knee - Prophylactic
SizeThigh Circumference
S42.5-47.5cms
M47.5-52.5cms
L52.5-57.5 cms
XL57.5-65 cms
XXL65-70 cms
XXXL70-75cms

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  1. Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
  2. Varicose Veins
  3. Lymphedema
  4. Blood Clots
  5. Phlebitis
  6. Spider veins