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Best Practice For The Management of Lymphoedema

 Christine Moffatt, Debra Doherty, Phil Morgan
  29th-Sep-2017
Description: Lymphoedema is a progressive chronic condition that affects a significant number of people and can have deleterious effects on patients' physical and psychosocial health. Even though it may be greatly ameliorated by appropriate management, many patients receive inadequate treatment, are unaware that treatment is available or do not know where to seek help. Several recent systematic reviews have highlighted the distinct lack of evidence for the optimal management of lymphoedema 1-3 . By presenting a model for best practice in lymphoedema in adults, this document aims to raise the profile of the condition and improve the care that patients receive.
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Domain: Medical
Category: Therapy
Contributing Organization: Wounds Group
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Contents:
I N T E R N AT I O N A L C O N S E N S U S

BEST PRACTICE FOR
THE MANAGEMENT
OF LYMPHOEDEMA

LYMPHOEDEMA FRAMEWORK
AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Supported by an educational
grant from Sigvaris.

The views expressed in this
publication are those of the
authors and do not necessarily
reflect those of Sigvaris.
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