duomed® smooth

Shining beauty for your legs

  • Economic & trendy
  • Appropiate ​medical compresssion ​
  • Smooth, slightly shiny material

  Medical specifications

The new duomed smooth combines medical effectiveness with stylish elegance. The soft knitted fabric hugs the legs, provides excellent wearing comfort and is gentle on the skin. With its slightly shiny look in the colours caramel and black, the compression stocking gives all outfits a classy look. Both at work and in free time, the duomed smooth is a reliable companion in vein therapy: it provides effective compression - and looks good at the same time.


Product benefits

  • Economic & trendy
  • appropiate ​medical compresssion ​
  • Smooth, slightly shiny material

Intended purpose

Round-knitted medical compression stocking used for compression of the lower extremities, mainly for the treatment of disorders of the venous system.


Standard colours


  • Below-knee stocking
  • Thigh-length stocking
  • Pantyhose

Material components

CCL 1: 57 % Polyamide 43 % Elasthane
CCL 2: 51% Polyamide 49 % Elasthane





Below-knee stocking standard (AD): 39 cm - 44 cm
Below-knee stocking petite (AD): 34 cm - 38 cm
Thigh length stocking standard (AG): 72 cm - 83 cm
Thigh-length stocking petite (AG): 62 cm - 71 cm 
Pantyhose standard (AT)


Standard & petite
open toe, closed toe

Medical specifications


  • Chronic venous disorders: C0s - C3 according to CEAP
  • Postoperative reperfusion oedema, post-traumatic, postoperative, occupational oedema, medicinally induced oedema
  • Oedema due to immobility
  • Initial phase following varicose vein therapy
  • Superficial venous thrombosis
  • Thrombosis prophylaxis in mobile patients
  • Inflammatory dermatoses of the legs
  • Nausea, dizziness in pregnancy


Medical compression clothing may not be worn if the patient has the following conditions:

  • advanced peripheral arterial occlusive disease
  • decompensated heart diseases (NYHA III + IV)
  • septic phlebitis
  • Phlegmasia coerulea dolens

In the following instances, the therapeutic decision should be made by weighing up the benefits and risks and by selecting the most suitable compressive equipment:

  • concomitant dermatoses
  • intolerance to compression stocking fabric
  • sensory disturbances of the limb
  • advanced peripheral neuropathy
  • primary chronic arthritis

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