Medizinische Kompressionstherapie der Extremitäten mit medizinischem Kompressionsstrumpf (MKS), phlebologischem Kompressionsverband (PKV) und medizinischen adaptiven Kompressionssystemen (MAK)

S2k-Leitlinie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Phlebologie (DGP) in Kooperation mit folgenden Fachgesellschaften: DDG, DGA, DGG, GDL, DGL, BVP

Medical compression therapy of the extremities with medical compression stockings (MCS), phlebological compression bandages (PCB), and medical adaptive compression systems (MAC)

S2k guideline of the German Phlebology Society (DGP) in cooperation with the following professional associations: DDG, DGA, DGG, GDL, DGL, BVP. German version

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Rabe, E., Földi, E., Gerlach, H. et al. Medizinische Kompressionstherapie der Extremitäten mit medizinischem Kompressionsstrumpf (MKS), phlebologischem Kompressionsverband (PKV) und medizinischen adaptiven Kompressionssystemen (MAK). Hautarzt 72, 137–152 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00105-020-04734-9

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