FITLEGS™ AES Grip compression socks are emerging as a breakthrough solution for merging clinical efficacy with patient safety. These compression socks uniquely mitigate DVT risk while preventing slips and falls – a dual advantage reshaping patient care.
How Grip Socks reduce DVT Risk through Innovative Compression
The risk of DVT is higher for patients with restricted mobility. FITLEGS™ AES Grip compression socks tackle this challenge with their specialised compression technology. This graduated compression enhances blood circulation, lowering the risk of blood clot formation and DVT.
Grip Socks’ Silicone Sole for Unparalleled Safety
Central to the groundbreaking design of FITLEGS™ AES Grip socks is their silicone grip sole. This pioneering feature works to prevent accidental slips and falls. The silicone grip sole provides an exceptional level of traction and grip, particularly for patients recuperating from surgery. This helps promote greater safety in both hospital and home settings.
Silicone Grip Socks Sole Benefits
a) Enhanced Traction: The silicone grip sole design offers greater grip and traction on various ground surfaces. Thus minimising the risk of slips and falls, especially during the recovery phase when mobility is compromised.
b) Confident Mobility: Patients experience increased confidence in moving around, reducing anxiety related to potential accidents.
c) Versatile Usage: The grip sole ensures safety across different environments, from hospital hallways to home floors. Therefore promoting a seamless transition from medical facility to residence.
d) 24/7 Protection: Patients can wear FITLEGS™ AES Grip compression socks round the clock. This ensures continuous safeguarding against DVT and accidents (upon recovery, we recommend Fitlegs Everyday or Fitlegs Life).
e) Independence: The grip sole empowers patients to perform daily activities more independently. This in turn increases patients’ ability to move more safely.
f) Reduced Hospitalisation Risks: With fewer falls, the chances of hospital re-admissions due to accidents could be diminished.