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Clinical Abstracts

The use of antiembolic stockings
Walker L, Lamont S.
Part 1: A literature review British Journal of Nursing (2007) 16(22): 1408-1412. Part 2: A clinical audit British Journal of Nursing (2008) 17(1): 197-203

Type of compression for reducing venous stasis
Sigel B, Edelstein A, Hasty J, Felix R (1975).
Archives of Surgery; 110:171-175.

Knee versus thigh length graduated compression stockings for prevention of deep venous thrombosis
Sajis MS, Tai NR, Goli G et al (2006). European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery; 32: 730-736.

Intermittent pneumatic compression or graduated compression stockings for deep vein thrombosis
Morris RJ, Woodcock JP (2010).
Annals of Surgery; 251(3): 393-6.

Graded compression stockings in elective orthopaedic surgery
Best AJ, Williams S, Cozier A et al (2000).
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery; 82-B:116-118.

Graduated compression stockings
Benko T, Cooke EA, McNally MA, Mollan R (2001).
Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, 383: 197-203.

Elastic compression stockings for prevention of deep vein thrombosis (Review)
Amaragiri SV, Lees T (2000).Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews.
Edited (no change to conclusions) published in Issue 1, 2009.

Graduated compression stockings in the prevention of venous thromboembolism
Agu O, Hamilton G, Baker D (1999).
British Journal of Surgery, 86: 992-1004.

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