Compression stockings for childbirth are increasingly becoming popular among pregnant women. The main purpose of which is to protect the veins of the lower extremities from heavy loads during childbirth. Thanks to the action of stockings, the risk of blood clots, rupture of the walls of the veins of the lower extremities, the progression of varicose veins or impaired blood flow is significantly reduced.
Hospital compression stockings are made of special elastic threads that do not cause allergic reactions or skin irritation. The hole under the fingers serves to control the state of microcirculation, and the silicone insert provides convenient fixation of products on the thigh.
Compression stockings for childbirth – excellent prevention of varicose veins. In 20-40% of pregnant women, after the birth, various disorders of the veins and venous blood flow develop, therefore we recommend using Tiana’s anti-embolic medical stockings directly during childbirth to avoid any complications.
Hospital anti-embolic knitwear, as a rule, is prescribed during operations, as well as as therapeutic therapy and is prescribed to patients a week or several days before surgery or venous sclerosis. Then hospital compression hosiery is worn during surgery. This is done so that blood stagnation in the lower extremities does not occur, thereby significantly reducing the risk of blood clots and pulmonary embolism. After the operation, hospital knitwear is prescribed for use within 1-2 weeks.
TIANA Compression Therapeutic Stockings with Distributed Pressure, specially designed to prevent thromboembolic problems.
Recommended for bedridden patients with circulatory disorders of the lower extremities, before, during and after surgery and before, during and after childbirth for the prevention of thromboembolic complications.
Local medicines can be applied both on the skin of the legs under the product, and directly on them, since this does not affect their compression qualities.
Well and quickly put on, do not form folds.
The hole under the fingers serves to control the state of microcirculation.
childbirth and the postpartum period in the hospital;
• uncomplicated surgical interventions lasting up to 45 minutes (appendectomy, hernia removal, abortion);
• extended surgical interventions (gastrectomy, colectomy, hysterectomy);
• patient stay in the intensive care and resuscitation department;
• a period of prolonged immobility in bed (stroke, heart attack, burns, injuries).