Compression is measured in millimeters of mercury, which is abbreviated to “mmHg.” Higher mmHg indicates higher compression, typically for more severe venous or lymphatic conditions. medi offers five compression classes in its ready-to-wear compression line.
Caution: This is a general guideline only and indicates compression levels available. The attending doctor is responsible for selecting the compression stocking and compression class. The decision depends, above all, on the patient’s individual factors and needs.
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