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If you prefer knee-high stockings, run the measuring tape from the back of your knee to the base of your heel. For thigh-high stockings, stand up and measure from the top of your thigh to the base of your heel. You may need assistance to measure the length of your leg for thigh-high compression stockings.What are the measurements for compression stockings?
Doctors Answers (9) mmhg stands for millimeters of mercury, which is a unit of measurement for pressure. Compression stockings have pressure points and as you move and walk they help to increase blood flow in the legs. We recommend graduated compression stocking 20-30 mmhg to help with varicose and spider veins.What are the best compression stockings?
Louis Prevosti, MD. The best compression stockings to treat varicose veins and the underlying condition called venous insufficiency (also called venous reflux) are usually a 20-30 mmHg graduated compression stockings. The stockings can be calf high, thigh high, or waist high. They come closed toe or open toe.How much pressure should a compression stocking have?
In general terms, compression stockings basically have 3 categories: under 20mmHg pressure, 20-30 and 30-40. Over 40mmHg pressure are so tight and difficult to apply that few will be able to use them. Under 20 (5-15, 6-18, etc.) are essentially normal to slightly above the regular sock compression.