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|Title||Chronic oedema - a patient's perpetual journey for treatment||Download File|
|Author||Melanie Lewis NHS University Health Board, Swansea|
|Publication||Poster Presentation, EWMA Conference, Geneva - May 2010|
|Key Points||A 58 year old man with 18 years of lymphoedema. Clothes and slippers smelt offensive from lymphorrhea. Sleeping in a chair and not worn outdoor shoes for 3 years. Happy ending after Flivasorb and Actico , he was sleeping in his bed after 4 weeks and wearing normal shoes and clothes.|
|Title||ActiFast: a new tubular retention bandage||Download File|
|Author||Jeanette Muldoon Activa Healthcare|
|Publication||Nursing in Practise July 2002|
|Key Points||Types of retention bandages. Ideal bandages. Versatility and indications.|
|Title||Skin care Practical Aspects||Download File|
|Author||Jill Daniels Chair RCN Derm Forum|
|Publication||Nurse 2 Nurse Vol:02, Issue :11 26-28|
|Key Points||Emolient Types. Plymouth Hydration flow. Eczema.|
|Title||Bandages-Where to begin||Download File|
|Key Points||Review of evidence to support the effectiveness of SSB, including Franks study. Slippage of cotton bandages identified. List of bandages including Actico and Actiban, Flexiban, Acti-Fast, Acti-Wrap also mentioned.|
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