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Which compression stockings for me?

View here the different pressure classes of a support stocking.

The best compression stockings

The pressure that a stocking exerts on the legs is specified as the compression value. The higher the compression number, the more pressure is exerted by the stockings. This is measured in mmHg (millimeters of mercury). The compression stockings with low pressure intended for preventive purposes are the X-LIGHT and the X-COOL Ccl 1. The compression value of these stockings is also called Class 1 (Ccl. 1) and is between 15-20 mmHg. Class 2 stockings have a pressure of 20-30 mmHg and here the X-SOFT and X-COOL Ccl. 2 below. In addition to preventive purposes, there may also be indications that make it necessary to wear support stockings. Choose which pressure class is most suitable for you based on the indications below.

Class 1 (Low pressure, 15-20 mmHg)

Class 2 (Average pressure, 20-30 mmHg)

 

Class 3 (High pressure, 30-40 mmHg)

Class 4 (Very high pressure,> 40 mmHg)

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