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By L. Lehman, V. Simonet, P. Saunderson, P. Agbenorku

This handbook is to be used by means of medical professionals, nurses, rehabilitation experts, nationwide Buruli Ulcer regulate Programme managers and different medical experts thinking about the prevention of incapacity actions in Buruli ulcer. It offers up to date directions in keeping with the adventure and difficulties of handling Buruli ulcer within the box in addition to the to be had facts from different stipulations. it will likely be such a lot precious whether it is utilized in conjunction with a participatory approach to education to increase wisdom and talents.

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Splints can be made of various materials: plastic, metal wire, or plaster. The essential point is that they must be suited to the position of the limb. The splint must press on the entire surface. It is then held in place by a bandage. The procedure described below focuses on the moulding of plaster bandages. However, the same principles apply for all other types of splints. Moulding positions NOte a poorly fitting splint can cause injury and dislocation! to extend the knee : the person lies face down, with the leg extended as far as possible.

Folding the ankle (two people) The helper places the heel in the palm of one hand and pulls while the forearm pushes the sole of the foot. The helper holds this position for one minute, then tries to push further and holds again. i make the splints Objectives  Making plaster splints  Making foam splints How can i make plaster splints? 1. I cut the approximate shape of the splint through 6 to 8 plaster bandages. The edges need to be long enough to cover half the thickness of the limb, with about 3 cm left over to form a plaster rim which will strengthen the splint.

The dermis adheres to the tissues below diagram of healthy skin Epithelium Epidermis Dermis Connective tissue Hypodermis Fatty tissue 24 Blood vessels and nerves each of these outcomes can have serious consequences for mobility! How should i treat the scar? 1 i compress the thickening skin 3 i lubricate the dried-out skin n Why: to ensure that the range of movement n Why: to make the skin more elastic and less fragile (dry skin forms is not inhibited by thickening of the skin and to make the scar less disfiguring.

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