The compression stocking for CVI treatment in the early stages of PAD
The VenoTrain angioflow compression stocking is suitable for the treatment of chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) while the patient is also in the early stages of peripheral arterial disease (PAD). With a resting pressure in compression class (Ccl) 1 and a working pressure equal to a Ccl 3, the pressure profile of the short-stretch knee-high stocking is ideally suited to a combination of both diseases.
- Pressure profile specially designed for CVI treatment in the early stages of PAD
- Available with or without an inspection opening on the sole of the foot
- High microfiber content making it very comfortable to wear
- Comfort sole: reinforced instep and soft, padded sole
- Only available as a made-to-measure product
The VenoTrain angioflow compression stocking is suitable for the treatment of chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) while the patient is also in the early stages of peripheral arterial disease (PAD). The pressure profile of the short-stretch, circular-knit knee-high stocking is specially design for the combination of both diseases. The resting pressure equates to compression class (Ccl) 1 and allows for safe use without reducing the arterial flow. The therapeutic effect is achieved with the high level of working pressure of a Ccl 3. The contact pressure together with the moving muscles produce periodic compression similar to a massage effect. The activated transport of the used blood back to the heart reduces congestions in the leg that are typical of chronic venous diseases. This in turn stimulates the flow of blood into the arteries. The stocking can be ordered with an optional inspection opening in the sole area.
For successful treatment the VenoTrain angioflow must fit like a second skin and is therefore only available as a made-to-measure product. We recommend using the digital measurement technology Bodytronic 600 from Bauerfeind for taking the measurements. Alternatively, you may choose to use the “classic” measuring system with a higher density of measuring points.