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Jobst Relief Knee High 30-40 w/ Silicone, Open Toe

FLA-Jobst SKU: 1147** 30-40
$78.07 $62.46

Short Description

  • Traditional styling at an economical price.
  • Provides effective leg therapy.
  • Silicone top band keeps the sock up.
  • Comfortable for all day use.

 

Jobst Relief Knee High 30-40 w/ Silicone, Open Toe

$78.07 $62.46

Jobst Relief Knee High 30-40 with Silicone Band, Open Toe provides quality medical compression for severe edema at a affordable price.  The product features a three dimensional knit made from nylon, spandex, and silicone for a supportive, comfortable feeling.  The product is easy to fit and has a silicone top band to keep the sock in place.  This particular model comes in an open toe version for added comfort in the toe box region.  Jobst Relief Knee High 30-40 with Silicone Band, Open Toe features more of a traditional style that's well liked by physicians and patients.  It can be used for treating severe varicosities, deep vein thrombosis (dvt), chronic venous insufficiency, and much more.

Jobst Relief Knee High 30-40 with Silicone Band, Open Toe Features:

  • Traditional design with a silicone dot band at the top.
  • Delivers the highest performance and effective compression.
  • Wide, comfortable band that stays in place without pinching.
  • Easy to put on and remove.
  • Reinforced heel pocket for added durability.
  • 3D knit structure uses air-covered spandex yarn that is soft and comfortable for all-day wear.
  • This listing is for a silicone top band in an open toe version.
  • Available in five sizes for an excellent fit - see sizing chart tab.

Available color: Beige

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Jobst Relief Knee High 30-40 with Silicone Band, Open Toe is often used to treat:
  • Chronic venous insufficiency.
  • Deep vein thrombosis.
  • Post-thrombotic syndrome.
  • Severe varicose veins.
  • Severe edema.
  • Venous ulcer.
  • Lymphedema.
  • Orthostatic hypotension.


Note: These are examples of reasons to wear this level of compression. Please consult with your physician.

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