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Here we are debating a question that has no clear cut answer. All
|From the Hip Replacement Handbook by Brian McGrory
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By Brian McGrory
A blood clot is a jelly-like mass of thickened blood. The
Your doctor has prescribed anti-coagulation medications to prevent blood clots and increase the blood flow in your legs. Along with taking your medications as prescribed, T.E.D. anti-embolism stockings will help prevent blood clots in the deep veins of your legs.
What are T.E.D. Anti-embolism stockings?
Commonly referred to as TED or TEDS Hose – T.E.D. means thrombo-embolic disease/devices. Anti-embolism stockings are long, tight fitting “socks” that keep mild graduated pressure on the legs. Proper size