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Elastic garments follow a classification system according to strength of pressure. Compression Class (CCL) is a European system that standardizes compression, allowing therapists and patients obtain garments of a given compression regardless of brand. The United States does not have its own system so the European system is used instead.
When to Take Measurements
It is important that the edema is at its most reduced state. Most often this is found first thing in the morning or at the end of treatment.
How to Take Length Measurements
Length measurements should be taken at each circumference. It is recommended that you mark the leg with a non-permanent, non-toxic marker at each circumference measurement made. The length measurement is then taken even with the floor, along the inside of the leg, up to each circumference point.
With the lowest silicone coverage on the market, the Jobst UltraSheer Sensitive stocking transports moisture from under the welt twice as fast. This, in combination with a good evaporation rate, helps you feel more comfortable and be more compliant. Interwoven, evenly disperse silicone yarns inside of the band help keep stockings in place and reduce binding. This improves circulation and moisture transport ability and rate, so you can focus on enjoying the freedom that comes with improved health.