Compression Garment Leg Mid Thigh Closed Toe

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Tynor compression garments are specialized garment-like devices, that provide support and graduated compression, in burns, lymphedema, varicose veins and other vascular conditions. They include below the knee, above the knee, and full leg with pantyhose and a variety of specially fitted garments for individual needs.


  • Graded & accurate compression with uniform reduction of compression(from bottom to top).
  • Anatomical shape provides a perfect fitting and uniform compression even on uneven limb surfaces.
  • The use of high-quality material ensures strong, durable, and long functional life with pleasant aesthetics.
  • Easy to use, Soft, durable, Dermophillic, aerated, four-way stretch, and available in various sizes.
  • The use of high-quality material ensures strong, durable, and long functional life with pleasant aesthetics.


  • Burns
  • Chronic peripheral venous  insufficiency
  • Varicose veins 
  • Spider Veins (mild varicosities)
  • Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
  • Lymphedema
  • Phlebitis 
  • Economy Class Syndrome (ECS) 
  • Lipodermatosclerosis 
  • Blood clots, post-surgery, or injury.
  • Pregnancy  


  • Use this product under the strict guidance of a qualified doctor.
  • Discontinue use and seek the guidance of a qualified doctor, in case of  
    • Impaired sensation.
    • Impaired blood flow.
    • Allergy rash or itching. 
    • Pain increases or persists.
  • Consult your doctor in case of concurrent use with another medical device.
  • Excessive physical exertion can lead to a risk of rise in blood pressure. Take extra   precaution 
  • Misuse or improper use of the device can lead to adverse effects and decreased effectiveness.
  • Follow the instructions mentioned on the box carefully.
  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Coping with Varicose veins:
    • Avoid prolonged standing
    • Take regular walks
    • Keep leg elevated while sitting if possible.
    • Wear Compression stockings before you get out of the bed while your leg is still elevated.
    • Loose weight if overweight.
    • Avoid constricting clothes such as girdles around the leg.
  • Contraindications
    • Patients with peripheral obstructive arterial disease, peripheral neuropathy, congestive heart failure, septic phlebitis, or oozing dermatitis should not wear Medical compression stockings.

How to Use:-

  • Put on garment first thing in the morning before you get out of bed. Your legs have the least amount of swelling early in the morning. 
  • Turn the garment inside out till the half.
  • Broaden the mouth of the fabric cave so formed and pull till it reaches the ankle.
  • Unfold the garment from ankle to knee.
  • Pull the upper part of the garment from knee till mid-thigh.
  • Smoothen the wrinkles from the bottom upward with your hand.


  • If you use lotion on your legs, let it dry before you put on the stockings.
  • Use a little baby powder or corn starch on your legs. This may help the stockings slide up.
  • Put on rubber dishwashing gloves. Use your hands to adjust the stocking and smooth it out.

Product Care:-

  • Hand-wash with mild detergent and water below 30°C without wringing.
  • Dry in shade on a flat surface.
  • Do not dry-clean. 
  • Do not Iron.
  • Do not bleach.

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