Cardinal Health T.E.D. Continuing Care Anti-Embolism Stocking, Thigh Length, Small, Long, White (4303)

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Cardinal Health™ T.E.D. Continuing Care Anti-Embolism Stocking, Thigh Length, Small, Long.

Size: Small, Long
Color: White
Thigh circumference: <25 in.
Calf circumference: <12 in.
Leg length: >33 in.

T.E.D.™ Anti-Embolism Stockings for continuing care

T.E.D.™ stockings are clinically proven to reduce the risk of DVT1, which can extend up to six weeks after hospitalization.2,3,4

Optimal treatment for deep vein thrombosis (DVT)

Cardinal Health is proud to offer effective compression solutions for the recuperating patient. Our T.E.D.™ anti-embolism stockings are clinically proven to reduce the risk of deep vein thrombosis (DVT),1 which can extend up to six weeks after hospitalization.6,7,8

Assured efficacy

  • Address two components of Virchow’s Triad: Stasis2,3,4 and vessel wall damage5

Ease of use

  • Fits a wide range of patients
  • A defined heel pocket is designed to aid correct placement
  • Designed for the recuperating patient* with closed-toe style for everyday use

Safety by design

  • A clinically proven pressure pattern increases blood flow velocity and reduces venous distension2,3,4
  • A pressure break at the popliteal vein helps to ensure that blood will continue to flow smoothly through this critical area*
  • Interrupted band and 2-ply gusset prevent a tourniquet effect at the femoral vein
  • Inlay circumferential knit, helping to provide one way horizontal stretch*
  • Not manufactured with natural rubber latex 


1. 2018, Sachdeva A, Dalton M, Lees T. Graduated compression stockings for prevention of deep vein thrombosis. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2018;11:Cd001484.
2. Jamieson R, Calderwood CJ, Greer IA. The effect of graduated compression stockings on blood velocity in the deep venous system of the lower limb in the postnatal period. BJOG : an international journal of obstetrics and gynaecology. 2007;114(10):1292-4.
3. Sigel B, Edelstein AL, Felix WR, Jr., Memhardt CR. Compression of the deep venous system of the lower leg during inactive recumbency. Archives of surgery (Chicago, Ill : 1960). 1973;106(1):38-43.
4. Sigel B., et al. Type of Compression for Reducing Venous Stasis. Archives of Surgery. February 1975. Vol 110; 171-175
5. Coleridge-Smith PD, et al. Deep Vein Thrombosis: Effect of Graduated Compression Stockings on Distension of the Deep Veins of the Calf. British Journal of Surgery. June 1991. Vol 78, No. (6): 724-726.
6. Bratzler, et al. Development of National Performance Measures on the Prevention and Treatment of Venous Thromboembolism. Journal of Thrombosis and Thrombolysis, Nov. 2009.
7. White RH, Gettner S, Newman JM, Trauner KB, Romano PS (2000) Predictors of re-hospitalization for symptomatic venous thromboembolism after total hip arthroplasty. New England Journal of Medicine 343:1758–1764.
. Bergqvist D, Agnelli G, Cohen AT, Eldor A, Nilsson PE, Le Moigne-Amrani A, Dietrich-Neto F, Enoxacan II Investigators (2002) Duration of prophylaxis against venous thromboembolism with enoxaparin after surgery for cancer. New England Journal of Medicine 346:975–980. 
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