VenoTrain® ulcertec - with LYCRA® fiber
The special compression stocking for the treatment of venous ulcers
Venous ulcers are the most severe type of chronic vein problem. VenoTrain® ulcertec has been developed to provide a successful and comfortable compression therapy solution for this condition. It will not slip. It exerts required gradient compression on the lower leg to allow the ulcer to heal.
- The system includes a line and a specially designed compression stocking
- Patented rhomboid knit
- Reliable and effective
Conventional compression bandages can easily slip down. This is not only uncomfortable for the wearer, but it can also have a negative effect on the therapy as the required compression is no longer provided. VenoTrain® ulcertec, remains firmly in position over time. The combination of a liner and outer stocking increases the pressure on the veins and stays in place, even during walking.
Systematic healing process
A white liner made from skin-friendly material holds the wound dressing in place on the leg. The skin-colored outer stocking can easily be put on over the top of the liner. Its specially developed rhomboid knit applies the therapeutic pressure just where it is needed, without slipping or “biting” into the leg. VenoTrain ulcertec stimulates the circulation and this effect is further increased by movement. VenoTrain ulcertec is comfortable to wear and feels and looks like an ordinary knee sock.
The compression stocking system is available in two designs: "VenoTrain ulcertec 39" and "VenoTrain ulcertec 46" include liners with various compression levels that together with the overstocking bring about a variable degree of therapeutic pressure. The sets are identified by their maximum pressure (39 mmHg or 46 mmHg) and facilitate treatment aligned to the severity of symptoms, tendency to heal and personal acceptance of the patient.
VenoTrain® compression stockings and other Bauerfeind products are available from specialist medical and orthopedic retailers. Here, trained staff will advise you, take precise measurements and ensure that your compression stockings fit comfortably and remain securely in position.