Jobst Ulcercare Medical Compression Stocking & Compression Liners with No Zip Black – X Large

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Jobst Ulcercare Medical Compression Stocking & Compression Liners is a 2-in-1 compression system for the effective management of…

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Description

Jobst Ulcercare Medical Compression Stocking & Compression Liners is a 2-in-1 compression system for the effective management of venous leg ulcers. This Ready-to-wear therapeutic gradient compression system enables effective management of a venous leg ulcer while offering ease of use at the same time – the perfect combination for providing patients with a higher quality of life.

Jobst Ulcercare Medical Compression Stocking & Compression Liners is a compression system designed for maximum patient compliance. It delivers a high stiffness factor to provide effective compression, and easy handling by patients or caregivers.

The Jobst Ulcercare Medical Compression Stocking, along with the Compression Liner, provides graduated compression of 40 mmHg (targeted nominal compression for an average ankle size), the doctors’ recommended pressure for the healing of venous leg ulcers. The Compression Liner contains silk for ease of donning. The Medical Compression Stockings have fast moisture transport for more patient comfort, and is compatible with common footwear and clothing to enable a normal lifestyle.

Jobst Ulcercare Medical Compression Stocking & Compression Liner is a cost effective choice and is easy and convenient to use. They minimize nursing care time per patient, per visit, and are designed for maximum patient compliance.

The Jobst Ulcercare Medical Compression Stocking & Compression Liners extra large size fits ankles 27 – 30cm (10 ¾” – 12”) and just below the knee 46 – 54cm (18” – 21 ¼”).

Uses

Compression Liner:

The Jobst Ulcercare Compression Liners provide mild compression for non-ambulatory patients to help manage lower leg edema during bed rest. They may be used to hold a wound dressing in place.

The Compression Liners have an anatomically shaped heel and toe for high wearing comfort. They contain silk to promote healthy skin, facilitate easy donning and provide maximum compliance.

They are suitable for managing venous ulcers after oedema reduction and preventing venous ulcers after oedema reduction.

Medical Compression Stocking:

The Jobst Ulcercare Medical Compression Stocking, along with the Compression Liner, provides graduated compression of 40 mmHg (targeted nominal compression for an average ankle size), the doctors’ recommended pressure for the healing of venous leg ulcers.

The Stocking delivers a high stiffness factor to provide effective compression, and has a fast moisture transport for more patient comfort.

Application

How to put on the Jobst Compression Liner:

Gather the Compression Liner in both hands, so that the toes can easily reach the end of the liner.

Pull the Compression Liner onto the foot, aligning the heel of the Liner with the heel of the foot.

Gently pull the Compression Liner up the leg, taking special care to ease it over the wound dressing.

Pull it upwards to the knee. Do not roll down or fold the top of the stocking.

Smooth any wrinkles and adjust the heel and toe of the Compression Liner for comfort.

How to put on the Jobst Ulcercare Medical Compression Stocking:

Apply the Compression Liner as instructed above. Starting with the garment inside out, tuck the foot portion inside up to the heel and hold it with both hands, seam facing down.

Stretch your garment as wide as possible and in one motion, pull it onto your foot. Put the heel pocket over the back of your heel.

Take hold of the fabric just past your toes always at the sides, never the seams. Pull it up over your foot past the ankle. It should now be right side out. Adjust the garment so that the heel is in place.

Adjust the toe area for comfort by pulling your garment toward your toes and releasing.

Now work it all the way to the knee about 2” (5cm) at a time, smoothing the creases as you go – adjust any wrinkles or uncomfortable spots by gently pulling the fabric until the pressure is even.

Clinical Protocol for Venous Leg ulcers using JOBST Ulcercare:

  1. Appropriate physical examination and patient history
  2. Proper diagnosis via vascular testing (e.g. PPG, ABI, Doppler)
  3. Edema reduction via any of the following or a combination of elevation, short stretch bandaging (Comprilan), Unna’s boot (Gelocast)
  4. Appropriate wound management
  5. Compression healing – JOBST Ulcercare system
  6. Prevention/maintenance
  • Continued compression
  • JOBST Ulcercare
  • JOBST Custom (seamed or seamless)
  • JOBST Medical LegWear
  • Ambulation with compression
  • Periods of leg elevation