This Compression guide is help you understand the Daylong compression levels and how they translate to other compression levels around the world and the associated products and conditions.
Different manufacturers of compression hosiery work to different specifications. This can be either UK or EU (in Europe some products are called RAL) – which can be confusing.
To help you avoid this confusion we here at Daylong have created our own compression classification. Our chart below, that will help you find where the different standards fit in with your own chart.
Diagnosis: No visible or palpable signs of venous disease. Tired legs caused by standing or sitting for long periods. Poor leg blood circulation.
Aim of compression: Prevention of swelling and heavy legs. Reduction of tenderness and pain.
Solidea Marilyn 30 Sheer Hold Ups Support Stockings
Diagnosis: Tired, achy legs. Varicose Veins. Spider Veins. Leg Swelling. Poor leg blood circulation. Swollen ankles during pregnancy.
Aim of compression: Prevention of swelling, heavy legs, tenderness and pain.
Solidea Venere 70 Sheer Support Tights
Solidea Miss Relax 100 Sheer Support Socks
Diagnosis: Varicose Veins. Spider Veins. Minor Leg Ulcers. DVT in early stages. Early Lymphoedema.
Aim of compression: Preventing DVT. Swelling reduction. Helping to treat early stages of Varicose Veins and Leg Ulcers.
Solidea Marilyn 140 Sheer Hold Up Support Stockings
VENOSAN® Legline 20 Tights