Venosan 6001 Below Knee A-D Medium Long O/T Beige

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Material: 70% Nylon Polyamide & 30% Elastane

  • Available in long & short lengths
  • Travelling
  • Pregnancy
  • Post op – Sclerotherapy; vein operations etc
  • Phlebology
  • Ulceration
  • Varicose veins
  • Deep vein Thrombosis
  • Money conscious – cost effective
  • Oedema – leg swelling

How to Measure

Medical compression garments should be measured by a trained fitter where possible
Important points when measuring for compression garments 

  • Early morning if possible when leg is not swollen
  • If the leg is swollen, elevate leg for a period of time
  • Patient should be standing where possible


  • If the garment is too tight, the client will be uncomfortable and the likelihood of them wearing the stockings all day is slim.
  • If the garment is too bigthe client will spend all day pulling it up 
  • Incorrect sizing will cause discomfort to the client and will result in poor compliance
  • If measurements are at the very end of the size scale there will be minimal stretch left in the garment
  • If this occurs, move up to the next size. This will still give the correct compression, but garment will be more comfortable and easier to don.
  • If a client is very elderly or has poor muscle strength, start with a lower compression garment. Once they are used to wearing and donning this garment, you can introduce a higher compression if needed.
  • To get accustomed to wearing compression garments, wear them for a couple of hours a day initially and gradually increase the time for wearing them.

how to measure


cB Ankle 20-22 23-25 26-28 29-31
cC Mid calf 30-39 33-41 36-44 39-47
cD Below knee 29-38 32-40 35-43 38-46
cG Thigh 49-63 54-66 58-70 63-74


Length (cm) Regular and short length  
ID  Below knee AD    regular length 39-44
ID  Below knee AD    short length 34-39
IG  Thigh high AGH  regular 68-78
IG  Thigh high AGH  short 59-67
IK  Panty hose AT    regular 74-85
IK  Panty hose AT    short 67-74

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