Applying T.E.D. Anti-Embolism StockingThigh Length
Extracted from product packing.
Edited by: Larry C., Newlook Marketing, 5-Mar-2003.
|Stockings are not put on patient's leg like ordinary hosiery. If the stockings are gathered together in the typical "donut" fashion, the effect of the elastic material is multiplied many times and makes application difficult. By following these basic steps, T.E.D. Stockings are easily applied.|
CAUTION: Do not under any circumstances, turn down top of stockings.
|6. Patients should be instructed as to proper positioning of stocking to insure that the patient will not reposition the stockings incorrectly.|
* Kendall is a trademark of Tyco Healthcare Group LP.
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