Boots Flight Socks Compression Level 14-17mmHg Size 6-9- 1 Pair

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    Product description

    Boots Flight Socks Compression Levels 14-17mmHg have clinically proven compression levels which helps reduce the risks of flight related DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis). Prevents swollen ankles and leg discomfort. Suitable for flights and long journeys.

    Why wear Flight Socks?

    Circulatory problems such as DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis), and fluid build up, can occur when you spend any long period of time inactive, for example on long distance flights or journeys where conditions can be very cramped. Boots Flight Socks offer a clinically proven level of compression (14-17mmHG at the ankle), which helps to increase the blood flow, therefore reducing the risk of circulatory problems including flight-related DVT.

    Who is at risk of DVT?

    Anyone who will be inactive for a long period of time (e.g. flights over 4 hours) may be at risk of DVT, this risk can be even greater if you fall into one or more of the categories listed below. Please consult your doctor if you have any of these conditions:

    • Those who have blood clots already/have a family history of blood clots.
    • Those suffering from or who have had treatment for cancer.
    • Certain blood diseases.
    • Treatment for heart failure or circulation problems.
    • Recent surgery especially on the hips or knees.
    • Those who have inherited clotting tendency.

    Risk is also increased if the categories below apply:-

    • Over 40 years of age.
    • If you are pregnancy.
    • If you have recently had a baby.
    • If you are taking hormone replacement therapy.
    • If you are taking the contraceptive pill.

    Contents

    1 pair of black Boots Pharmaceuticals Flight Socks Size 6-9

    Compression Level

    14-17mmHg

    Fibre Content
    85% Tactel ® Polyamide
    15% Lycra ® Elastane

    How to Use

    Boots Pharmaceuticals Flight socks should be used independently and not in addition to normal socks.

    • Always wear both left and right socks throughout the journey.
    • Ensure socks are pulled up to below the knee.

    Always read the product information before use.

    Hazards and Cautions

    If you experience any discomfort or pain during use, discontinue use and consult your pharmacist. If you are in any doubt about how to measure yourself correctly, please consult your pharmacist.

    Do not use Boots Flight socks if you have any of the following:-

    • Serious circulatory problems
    • Leg swelling due to heart problems
    • Infection of the leg/phlebitis

    You should consult your doctor or a healthcare professional before using Flight Socks, if you have any one of the following:-

    • Diabetes
    • Problems with nerves in the legs and feet leading to decreased sensation.
    • Open leg sores below the knee.
    • Currently use prescribed compression hosiery.

    Always read the product information before use.

    Suitable For

    Suitable for adults.

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    Boots Flight Socks Compression Level 14-17mmHg Size 6-9- 1 Pair

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    5.0 out of 5 based on 8 user reviews Flight socks

    £13.99 or 1,399 points

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    Boots Flight Socks Compression Level 14-17mmHg are clinically proven to to help reduce the risks of flight related DVT. Prevents swollen ankles and leg discomfort.For flights and long journeys.

    Always read the product information before use.

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