The Stemmer Library A Comprehensive Online Reference for Compression Therapy

The Stemmer Library is touted as the most comprehensive online library of articles and studies about compression therapy. In fact, more than 700 doctors are currently registered users of this unique online library resource.

The website was developed by SIGVARIS and is a valuable medical reference on compression therapy. The Stemmer Library was designed to provide practical information and knowledge to the medical community about compression therapy and the treatment of venous or lymphatic diseases.

Navigating the Stemmer Library

Based on the book Compression Therapy of the Lower Extremities by Dr. Robert Stemmer, Professor Hugo Partsch and Professor Eberhard Rabe (Editions Phlébologiques Françaises, 2000), the Stemmer Library website features more than 3,500 worldwide references on compression therapy which are listed by authors, languages, publication dates, and EBM grading. The site also utilizes enhanced search tools for advanced searches, and the latest articles available with new references added on a regular basis.

Visitors to the site may access all of the SIGVARIS Compression Bulletins, featuring summaries and discussions of selected articles on compression therapy by a group of world-renowned specialists, such as Prof. H. Partsch, Prof. E. Rabe, and Dr. F. Pannier. The Bulletins are issued twice a year and are available in English, German and French. Your online registration provides a free subscription to receive the Compression Bulletin by email.

Bountiful Stemmer Resources

Tap into SIGVARIS’ knowledge and educational resources on compression therapy, phlebology, and anatomy in the form of brochures, books, and DVD s by many leading industry experts. Test your knowledge online with “The Phlebology Quiz,” or order free of charge the latest DVD from Dr. J.F. Uhl, “Leg Venous Anatomy Under Compression Therapy”.

Access to the Library is free and only requires an online subscription. The Stemmer Library is available in English and French. To see a special demonstration of the Stemmer Library, or to register for this valuable resource in person, the team at SIGVARIS invites you to stop by the SIGVARIS booth at ACP in Los Angeles.