Dr. Scholl's Graduated Compression Support Socks for Women Sheer Knee Length Closed Toe Moderate Support Beige Large - 1 EA

Dr. Scholl's Graduated Compression Support Socks for Women Sheer Knee Length Closed Toe Moderate Support Beige Large - 1 EA
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Dr. Scholl's Graduated Compression Support Socks for Women Sheer Knee Length Closed Toe Moderate Support Beige Large - 1 EA

  • SKU: 852779080
  • UPC: 04282553478
  • Size: 1 EA
  • Manufacturer: RENFRO CORPORATION

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Designed to provide your legs with the comfort and relief you need everyday, all day. Constructed with the greatest support at the ankle that graduates up the leg to improve circulation which energizes, renews and restores leg comfort. Helps with: Tired, achy legs; varicose veins, edema, swelling, traveling, post surgical procedures, DVT (deep vein thrombosis). Maximum compression at the ankle, compression lessens gradually up the leg. Medical grade. Graduated compression range 15-20 mmHg. Large fits shoe size 8-10.5, ankle circumference 9.5-11", calf circumference 12.5-17".

Always consult with your physician when using graduated compression products. Wearing: Place thumbs inside sock and gather material. Place foot inside sock and pull up and over heel. Pull socks up leg. Do not fold top over. Care: Wash gently with mild soap or detergent in lukewarm or cold water. Do not wring out. Roll in towel to remove excess moisture. Air-dry or tumble on delicate cycle on low dry heat.

Nylon 80%; Spandex 20%

Discontinue use if discomfort or irritation occurs. Contraindication: Dr. Scholl's compression hosiery should not be worn by individuals with the following medical conditions: Ischemia (advanced arterial disease) of the legs; severe arterial insufficiency of the legs; uncontrolled congestive heart failure; untreated septic phlebitis of the legs; skin infections of the legs; rash or irritation of the legs (red or sensitive skin).