FAQ – Donning

How do I put on the mediven ulcer kit properly?

How do I put on the mediven ulcer kit properly?

Compression treatment with the mediven ulcer kit®: innovative two-component stocking system that is easy to apply and remove

The mediven ulcer kit consists of two components and is therefore simple to put on.

How do I put on the white mediven ulcer kit liner stocking properly?

  • Step 1: slide your hand into the stocking.
  • Step 2: turn the stocking inside out down to the heel.
  • Step 3: pull the stocking over your foot.
  • Step 4: position the size mark over your heel and the back of the foot.
  • Step 5: now pull the stocking up over your calf to below the knee without twisting it, the tension you exert determines the length of the stocking.
  • Step 6: then check that the stocking fits exactly and once again make sure that it is wrinkle-free.

How do I put on the skin-coloured mediven ulcer plus outer stocking properly?

Putting on the mediven ulcer plus outer stocking for the day

  • Step 1: slide your hand into the stocking.
  • Step 2: turn the stocking inside out down to the heel.
  • Step 3: pull the stocking over your foot.
  • Step 4: now pull the stocking up over your calf to below the knee without twisting it, the tension you exert determines the length of the stocking. Important: pull the mediven ulcer plus sufficiently far above the cuff of the mediven ulcer, so that the two cuffs do not overlap.
  • Step 5: check that it fits exactly and again make sure that it is wrinkle-free.

I find it very difficult putting the stockings on. Are there any aids?

With the medi Butlers, medi offers a selection of donning aids that make donning medical compression garments, e.g. for patients with osteoarthritis of the hands or obesity, considerably more easy. See also "Donning and doffing compression garments".

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Click here for more information about the mediven ulcer kit and medi's donning and doffing aids.

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