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Foot deformities in epidermolysis bullosa

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by NewsBot, Feb 24, 2016.

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    Treatment of feet deformities in epidermolysis bullosa.
    Sternick MB et al
    Int Orthop. 2016 Feb 22
     
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    An awkward condition to work with and so many different levels of severity.

    l had an enquiry in the last week from a potential client in Germany that is reporting hot weather causing issue.

    l have never had any of my EB clients report this other than they dont wear there protective footwear in the warmer weather so there are more knock injuries.

    Has anyone else had EB clients report hot weather directly causing issue?
     
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    Foot care in Epidermolysis bullosa: Evidence-based Guideline.
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