How much pressure should a Compression Stocking have?

Compression Stockings . 5 answers . 4 years ago

How does one calculate the compression in stocking?

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4 years ago by Innovative Vein (View Profile)

20 to 30 or 30 to 40 mmHg pressure. This should be shown on the box.

4 years ago by Innovative Vein (View Profile)

20 to 30 or 30 to 40 mmHg pressure. This should be shown on the box.


4 years ago by Bella MD Laser Vein and Aesthetic Center (View Profile)

Medium grade 20-30 mm. High grade 30-40.

4 years ago by Bella MD Laser Vein and Aesthetic Center (View Profile)

Medium grade 20-30 mm. High grade 30-40.


4 years ago by Miller Vein (View Profile)

The degree of compression one needs depends on the indication for wearing them. Typically, the more severe the symptoms the greater the compression.

4 years ago by Miller Vein (View Profile)

The degree of compression one needs depends on the indication for wearing them. Typically, the more severe the symptoms the greater the compression.


4 years ago by Vanish Vein and Laser Center (View Profile)

There are recommended levels of compression dependent on the degree of venous disease. The more severe the vein problem. the higher the compression.

4 years ago by Vanish Vein and Laser Center (View Profile)

There are recommended levels of compression dependent on the degree of venous disease. The more severe the vein problem. the higher the compression.


4 years ago by Laser Vein Center (View Profile)

The appropriate compression varies for each individual depending on the extent of the condition being treated.Thus , medical studies measuring intra-venous "ambulatory pressure" exist. In an individual without significant varicose veins, and leading an active ambulatory lifestyle may onlt require a 20-30mmHg compression at the ankle. A less active patient with severe "ambulatory hypertension" may require a 40-50mmHg pressure at the ankle.

4 years ago by Laser Vein Center (View Profile)

The appropriate compression varies for each individual depending on the extent of the condition being treated.Thus , medical studies measuring intra-venous "ambulatory pressure" exist. In an individual without significant varicose veins, and leading an active ambulatory lifestyle may onlt require a 20-30mmHg compression at the ankle. A less active patient with severe "ambulatory hypertension" may require a 40-50mmHg pressure at the ankle.


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