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Jobst‘ UlcerCARE Zippered Stocking and Liner
Jobst‘ UlcerCARE Zippered Stocking and Liner
Jobst‘ UlcerCARE Zippered Stocking and Liner

Jobst‘ UlcerCARE Zippered Stocking and Liner

Jobst‘ UlcerCARE Zippered Stocking and Liner

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The New Jobst UlcerCARE Zippered Stocking and Liner are designed for maximum patient compliance. Designed specifically to help manage venous leg ulcers, UlcerCARE gives you freedom from weekly bandaging visits. The Jobst UlcerCARE provides a graduated compression of 40 mmHg and is created with a high stiffness factor to provide the optimal compression. The liner is coated with a silk material for ease of putting on and taking off. Common footwear and clothing may be worn to provide a normal lifestyle. The new zipper version improves the process for easy donning. The zipper is available on the left or ride of the leg which allows for comfort and ease of closure on the opposite side of the wound. Each stocking comes with 2 liners. Beige Only.

Jobst¬ UlcerCARE helps venous leg ulcers heal. Designed specifically to help manage venous leg ulcers, UlcerCARE gives you freedom from weekly bandaging visits. UlcerCARE is a two-stocking system providing a liner and zippered stocking. Together they supply the gradient compression needed for a venous ulcer to heal.
  • Light compression liner stocking holds dressing in place, helps the zippered stocking slide on easier, and can be worn day and night.
  • Open toe outer stocking with zipper is easier to put on.
  • Zipper is placed on opposite side of ulcer.
  • Soft yarns for more comfort.
  • Reciprocated heel for better fit and wear.
  • Wear with your regular clothing and footwear.
  • Allows for daily bathing.
Available in Beige Only.
Available in Sizes Small - 4X-Large

Package includes one stocking with zipper and two liners per box.

Compression (mmHg): 40* (*The nominal compression for an average ankle size.)

Replacement liners available.

Fiber Content: UlcerCare Stocking - 76% nylon/polyamide, 24% spandex/elastane
Compression Liner - 79% nylon/polyamide, 16% spandex/elastane, 5% silk

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Please be certain to contact your physician or therapist prior to starting any new compression therapy.

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While we cannot administer medical advice, our Customer Service Team members are available to assist you with the ordering of any compression garment or other medical supplies. Our toll-free number is 1-866-774-9513 Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm CST (7:00 am to 3:00 pm PST / 10:00 am to 6:00 pm EST). If you prefer to correspond by email, our address is support@midtownhealthonline.com.

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Product Reviews

JobstΠUlcerCARE Zippered Stocking and Liner
5 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
Tony S.
Logan, WV
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Jobst UlcerCARE Zippered Stocking and Liner (114485)
January 20, 2014
I first heard of and used a Jobst Stocking back in the 1970’s after vein ligation surgery. Back then, the type of stocking I used was one that was made for me. I had to go to the doctor’s office and both legs were meticulously measured and the tapes sent to Jobst for fabrication. Back then there were no liners, just an opened toe stocking that fit like my own skin. They were difficult to use but they worked. And that’s the important thing to me. Well, jump ahead to 2013. My present doctor and I had discussed Jobst stockings on several occasions and I was under the impression that at some point I would be fitted for a stocking, just like in the old days. Although Jobst apparently still does the “made to order” stockings, I came across these at Metro Medical Online. I had never heard of the UlcerCARE line of stocking before and I was intrigued. I took the information with me to my next doctor visit. My doctor was familiar with Jobst stockings and she gave me her approval. I had been using unna boot bandages for about 4 years, which had been effective for a while, but it was as those I had reached a plateau with them. The ulcers on both legs weren’t getting any better, and in some cases worse. Enter the Jobst UlcerCARE stocking. The first one I ordered was the ones that were discontinued, and thus on sale. I figured if they didn’t work out I wouldn’t be out quite as much. Although this review is about the NEW UlcerCARE stocking I first started with the older model. I have bilateral ulcers, but I started using the Jobst stocking on my left leg which had had an open ulcer for almost two years. I wore this stocking per the instructions. I took it off at night and put it back on before I got up in the morning. Sometimes I would sleep with the liner on and just put the outer stocking on before I got up. It was comfortable to wear and I thought it was a good thing that I could change my dressing twice per day, something that I couldn‘t do with the unna boot dressing. The new liner really aides in putting on the outer stocking and in helping to keep the dressing in place. I started wearing the stocking in mid June 2013, and by mid October, my left leg ulcer had closed, for the first time in about 2 years. I continue to wear the Jobst UlcerCARE stocking and I haven’t had any trouble with my left leg since. As I mentioned, when I first started I had purchased the older model. I probably would have been better off to have gotten the newer model with all the improvements that have been made to it. For instance, the older model is very similar to the fabric that was used back in the 1970’s. The newer model has a special design pattern that provides more friction to the liner, yielding better compression. The new liner is greatly improved from the older model liner as well. The difference between them is like daylight and dark. The one area that I thought was a bit disappointing concerning the newer model stocking, was that the zipper doesn’t go all the way up. I think it would be better and easier to put on if the zipper went all the way up the stocking like the older model stocking does. Subsequently, I’ve purchased the model without the zipper. It’s probably no surprise that I highly recommend the Jobst UlcerCARE stocking with liner. I’ve been doing my own womb care for a long time, sometimes with a physician‘s help and sometimes not. At one time or another, I’ve tried just about everything. For all the good things that anyone can do, like eating a good diet, keeping your legs elevated, and generally doing all the right things, with venous stasis ulcers, it’s all about the compression. All things being equal, it’s the compression that will make the difference. These Jobst stockings have worked wonders for me and I highly recommend them. They’re made in the USA as well.