The ergonomic design of these socks makes them easy to put on and provides perfect fit throughout the day.
The reinforced sole with variable knit zones cushions the effect of friction on your feet during movement, resists wear and tear and adds durability.
The performance of B.Well rehab compression hosiery is tested to the requirements of British standard BS 6612.
The HATRA test has confirmed that the distributed pressure corresponds to the physiological one. It means that these products actually help pump the venous blood from your legs back towards your heart. The pressure exerted on superficial ankle veins corresponds to the values of the claimed compression class, while the compression therapeutic effect of the hosiery continues throughout the guarantee period.
Product was designed, verified and supervised by B.Well Swiss AG, Switzerland. Applied Swiss control system assures high quality, endurance and safety of all B.Well products.
ISO 13485 European certificates of medical products quality.
The CE mark confirms compliance of products with medical products manufacturing directive.
Conforms to the standard of safety in textile industry and test of the product for presence of hazardous substances on each stage of production process. Confirms the safety of products in contact with the skin.
B.Well rehab compression products pass the test for medical efficacy according to the British standard BS 6612. HATRA test is the confirmation of conformity of distributed pressure to the physiological one.
B.Well Rehab JW-127 compression knee-socks for men, compression class II, 22–32 mmHg are designed to facilitate venous blood flow in men suffering from venous disorders.
The mechanism of action of compression hosiery is based on the principle of distributed compression: the socks are tightest at the ankles and gradually become less constrictive towards the calves, while in the back-of-the-knee area the pressure is minimal.
The benefits of wearing compression hosiery on a regular basis:
- Improved performance of venous valves;
- Redistributed blood flow to deep veins;
- Increased blood flow to the head;
- Reduced swelling and heaviness in legs;
- Prevention of varicose veins.
B.Well rehab compression hosiery are made using the latest technology for high efficiency, comfort and elegant look.
3D knitting + honeycomb – The knitting design with an extra yarn helps ensure that the socks will not lose their shape after being washed, provide natural ventilation and moisture wicking and keep your feet dry.
A-grade yarn – The S-twist two-ply multifilament yarn provides the necessary compression effect of the products.
Anatomical design – The ergonomic design of these socks makes them easy to put on and provides perfect fit throughout the day.
The reinforced sole with variable knit zones protects your feet from friction during movement, resists wear and tear and adds durability.
Soft band – The soft double band at the top helps ensure that the socks will not slide down during active movement, stimulates healthy blood flow and creates comfortable feel.
Can be used for
- Chronic venous insufficiency;
- Compression after sclerotherapy and varicose vein surgery on lower limbs;
- Severe leg edema;
- Prevention of deep vein thrombosis in risk groups;
- Varicose superficial veins and multiple spider veins.
- Chronic obliterating arterial diseases of lower limbs;
- Decompensated heart failure;
- Ulcers of non-venous origin;
- Sepsis of veins and soft tissues.
Fitting and application
Compression hosiery should be put on in the morning before your legs swell. Before putting on your compression hosiery, make sure that your hands are prepared: there are no rings on your fingers, the nails are neatly trimmed, there are no hangnails.
Unless otherwise recommended by your doctor, compression hosiery should be worn during the day to prevent swelling. If you take your compression socks off during the day, they should be put back on after 10–15 minutes of relaxation with your legs up.