Diabetic Supplies Diabetic Supplies Diabetic Socks Diabetic Socks

BSN - Jobst Sensifoot Crew Sock BSN - Jobst Sensifoot Crew Sock
BSN - Jobst Sensifoot Over-the-Calf Support Sock BSN - Jobst Sensifoot Over-the-Calf Support Sock
Care Sox Care Sox
Diasox Diabetic Crew Socks Diasox Diabetic Crew Socks
Diasox PLUS Diabetic Crew Socks Diasox PLUS Diabetic Crew Socks
Euro Comfort Socks Crew Style Euro Comfort Socks Crew Style
Pedifix OverSized SeamLess Socks Pedifix OverSized SeamLess Socks



Nurse's Notes

BSN - Jobst Sensifoot Crew Sock:
  • For sensitive feet associated with conditions such as diabetes or arthritis.

    BSN - Jobst Sensifoot Over-the-Calf Support Sock:
  • For sensitive feet associated with conditions such as diabetes or arthritis.



    Care Sox:
  • We learned that this product was designed by an RN who cared for patients with insufficient circulation, these all-cotton non-compression socks are oversized to accommodate patients suffering from edema brought on by diabetes or circulatory problems.

    Diasox Diabetic Crew Socks:
  • For Best Care Results: Machine wash warm inside-out. Hang dry for best care, or tumble dry on low heat. Do not bleach, iron, or dry clean. Expect some shrinkage, product will stretch. Proper footcare is especially critical for diabetics because they are prone to foot problems such as: Loss of feeling in their feet
    Changes in the shape of their feet
    Foot ulcers or sores that do not heal Check your feet for cuts, sores, red spots, swelling, or infected toenails. Checking your feet should become part of your daily routine. Be sure to call your doctor immediately if a cut, sore, blister, or bruise on your foot does not heal after one day. Wear shoes and socks at all times. Do not walk barefoot, not even indoors. It is extremely easy to step on something and hurt your feet. Always wear seamless socks, stockings, and nylons with your shoes to help avoid the possibility of blisters and sores developing. Be sure to choose seamless socks that are made of materials that wick moisture away from your feet and absorb shock and shear. Socks made of these materials help keep your feet dry. Lastly always protect Your Feet From Hot and Cold


    Pedifix OverSized SeamLess Socks:
  • Proper footcare is especially critical for diabetics because they are prone to foot problems such as:
    Loss of feeling in their feet
    Changes in the shape of their feet
    Foot ulcers or sores that do not heal Check your feet for cuts, sores, red spots, swelling, or infected toenails. Checking your feet should become part of your daily routine. Be sure to call your doctor immediately if a cut, sore, blister, or bruise on your foot does not heal after one day. Wear shoes and socks at all times. Do not walk barefoot, not even indoors. It is extremely easy to step on something and hurt your feet. Always wear seamless socks, stockings, and nylons with your shoes to help avoid the possibility of blisters and sores developing. Be sure to choose seamless socks that are made of materials that wick moisture away from your feet and absorb shock and shear. Socks made of these materials help keep your feet dry. Lastly always protect Your Feet From Hot and Cold