HOPE Compression Stockings are Pure Cotton, Custom-Made, Graduated Compression garments, made from special type of cloth with length and breath stretch. Elasticated pure cotton ensure that the garments are cool, soft, comfortable and free from allergies. For ensuring True Graduated Compression, Compression Stockings are made on size with the help of a number of measurements. We ensure to make them in shortest possible time with highest standards of quality and precision in fabrication. We evaluate your condition and provide you with the right compression garment that can help you. At HOPE, we provide complete compression care products.
- Hypertrophic scars
- Post burn scarring / keloids
- Varicose Veins
- Deep Vein Thrombosis (D.V.T.)
- Post Cast Oedema
- Stump Edema
- Venous Ulcers
- Bypass Surgery
- Venous Insufficiency
How does it work?
Pressure therapy for scar management, also known as compression therapy, is an important component of a burn patient’s rehabilitation program An important part of burn scar management is the prevention and control of excess scar formation. Compression garments are used to provide pressure over healing burns and grafts when they are durable enough to tolerate the shearing that occurs from the fabric against the skin.
Normal skin has two layers: the outer layer (epidermis) and the dermis which has a three dimensional mesh of collagen and other fibers. When the skin is burned, the outer layer and part of the dermis is destroyed. Pressure garments will try to simulate the skin property and apply pressure on the scars and on the underlying tissue.
Pressure garments aid in reducing the scar formation and the deformities that result from over scarring.
Application of Compression Garments:
Compression garments should be worn 7 days a week, 23 hours per day. You should only take them off for bathing and creaming your skin. These garments will need to be worn until the scars are mature – soft, flat, pliable and when the color is close to your skin tone. It takes between 8 months up to 1-2 years before scars are mature. This depends on the depth of burn, genetic and other factors.