Sizing Guide - How to select the correct size of EdemaWear
Choosing the correct stockinet size is the most important factor in determining the effectiveness and comfort of EdemaWear.
The following steps should help you choose the correct stockinet size for the limb advised by your healthcare professional.
- Find the limb circumference. Measure around the thickest part of the applicable limb with a tape measure.
- Choose the size, from the table below, that corresponds to the maximum limb circumference. This can be more than or equal to the limb you have just measured.
- The size small package contains 2 stockinets while all other sizes are individually packaged.
- Contact us here if you are not sure or use the chat to ask us a question.
|Regular EdemaWear||Maximum limb circumference||Use||Length||Stripe|
|Small||45 cm (18")||Foot to knee or wrist to shoulder||55cm (22")||Navy|
|Medium||75 cm (30")||Foot to groin or wrist to shoulder||86 cm (34")||Yellow|
|Large||115 cm (46")||Knee to groin||60 cm (24")||Red|
|X Large||150 cm (60")||Knee to groin||60 cm (24")||Aqua|
|EdemaWear LITE for tender skin||Maximum limb circumference||Use||Length||Stripe|
|Small||60 cm (24")||For tender skin foot to knee or wrist to shoulder||55 cm (22")||Purple|
|Medium||90 cm (36")||For tender skin foot to groin or wrist to shoulder||86 cm (34")||Orange|
- The most common sizes are small and medium;
- The stockinet length can be cut to size;
- Small stockinets are sold as a pair while all other sizes are sold individually;
- Each stockinet incorporates a coloured stripe to make size easy to distinguish and easier to reorder;
- EdemaWear is not made with natural rubber latex.