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Safe and comfortable foot compression

“The presented fusion method of using a short compression sock together with a bandage applied a well-defined pressure without creating high- or low-pressure areas where the compression sock ended and the bandage began.”

- Nilsson A, Lundh T, Damm J, "Good-bye slippage - a new fusion to tackle bandage slippage on the foot”, Veins & Lymphatics, volume 7:7797, 2018, pages 112-114.

The unique medical Lundatex® Sock provides safe, comfortable pressure at all times, whether at rest or when active, regardless of leg size/shape.

 

Indications

The Lundatex® Sock provides compression that can be used for the following conditions or circumstances:

                                                 

- Venous insufficiency     

- Oedema    

- Lymphoedema     

- Deep vein thrombosis      

- Post-thrombotic syndrome                           

- Venous leg ulcers       

- Mixed leg ulcers     

- Varicose veins

- Direct trauma to the limb, such

  as from sport-related injuries  

                                                 

Lundatex® Sock can be used in the following ways:

 

1) On its own, when compression is only necessary on the foot and ankle region;

  

2) Together with Lundatex® Bandage Cohesive or Lundatex® System Cohesive, instead of bandage wrapping on the foot, to

    prevent bandage slippage;

   

3) Together with Lundatex® Bandage Cohesive or Lundatex® System Cohesive, underneath the bandage on the foot, to achieve

    a greater foot compression.

See the video (above) or images (below) for demonstration.

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The Lundatex® Sock, 3 ways: 1) As a stand-alone product; 2) In combination with Lundatex® Bandage Cohesive or Lundatex® System Cohesive instead of wrapping the foot; or 3) In combination with Lundatex® Bandage Cohesive or Lundatex® System Cohesive under the bandage to create a higher foot compression level.

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