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Thigh length open toe

The open toe is very soft and comfortable, even over painful toe joints. Open toe stockings are ideal for very long or short feet. Hosiery can be worn at night and an open toe style is often preferred. The open toe allows for toe inspection if required.

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Ordering codes

Standard topband, Class 1 - Light (18-21mmHg)

Colour PIP code NHS SC
Small Black 342-8257 EGD9364
Medium Black 342-8265 EGD9365
Large Black 342-8273 EGD9366
X Large Black 342-8281 EGD9367
XX Large Black 342-8299 EGD9368
Small Sand 336-8842 EGD9359
Medium Sand 336-8859 EGD9360
Large Sand 336-8867 EGD9361
X Large Sand 336-8875 EGD9362
XX Large Sand 336-8883 EGD9363

Standard topband, Class 2 - Moderate (23-32mmHg)

Colour PIP code NHS SC
Small Black 342-8398 EGD9308
Small Sand 336-8990 EGD9303
Medium Black 342-8406 EGD9309
Medium Sand 336-9006 EGD9304
Large Black 342-8414 EGD9310
Large Sand 336-9014 EGD9305
X Large Black 342-8422 EGD9311
X Large Sand 336-9030 EGD9306
XX Large Black 342-8430 EGD9312
XX Large Sand 336-9048 EGD9307

Wide topband, Class 2 - Moderate (23-32mmHg)

Colour PIP code NHS SC
Small Sand 317-3853 EGD9313
Medium Sand 317-3861 EGD9314
Large Sand 317-3879 EGD9315
X Large Sand 317-3887 EGD9316

Wide topband, Class 3 - Firm (34-46mmHg)

Colour PIP code NHS SC
Small Sand 317-3978 EGD9413
Medium Sand 317-3986 EGD9414
Large Sand 317-3994 EGD9415
X Large Sand 317-4000 EGD9416

Clinical evidence

Best Practice Statement Compression hosiery

To guide practice and encourage a consistent and cohesive approach to care, this best practice statement covers the following areas of concern to HCPs who work with patients who use compression hosiery

Author: Jackie Stephen-Haynes et al
Publication: Wounds UK
Date: March 1st, 2015

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How to select the best compression hosiery for your patient

This article looks at how compression hosiery can manage and prevent venous leg problems, the difference between British and European standard hosiery and concordance.

Author: JCN Learning Zone
Publication: Journal of Community Nursing
Date: October 1st, 2014

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How can I improve leg ulcer care when faced with increasing service demands?

The question discussed by by Joy is:How can I improve leg ulcer care when faced with increasing service demands?

Author: Joy Tickle, Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist
Publication: Journal of Community Nursing
Date: February 1st, 2015

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Development and evaluation of a hosiery selection algorithm in an acute and community healthcare NHS Trust

Selecting compression hosiery can be confusing, especially now with European classifications. This algorithm has been successfully used to help clinicians choose the most appropriate hosiery.

Author: Jackie Stephen-Haynes, Rachael Sykes
Publication: Wounds UK 2013
Date: November 1st, 2013

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Effective compression therapy: how to guide

Advice on the treatment of venous leg ulcers

Author: Wound Essentials
Publication: Wound Essentials
Date: November 1st, 2012

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