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Lymphoedema Resources

31 May 2020

Links to a series of informatic videos

UK NHS Lymphoedema Network Wales specialists and patients have created this collection of 13 short films to help you understand and manage your lymphoedema. 






Sleep Guidelines

This clinical guide has been created by Mammoth and Physio Med and reviewed by a chartered physiotherapist recommended by The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.

Each organisation is committed to the improvement of health and wellbeing within the population. This guide is designed to provide valuable information that will help practitioners advocate the importance of a restorative night’s sleep and how to achieve it.

Lymphatic Research and Biology

Read and share recently published articles with free access through June 25, 2020:

Alternate Electrode Positions for the Measurement of Hand Volumes Using Bioimpedance Spectroscopy
Dale O. Edwick, Dana A. Hince, Jeremy M. Rawlins, Fiona M. Wood, and Dale W. Edgar  

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Study of 700 Referrals to a Lymphedema Program
Christopher L. Sudduth, Reid A. Maclellan, and Arin K. Greene  

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Body Mass Index as a Major Risk Factor for Severe Breast Cancer-Related Lymphedema
Hélène Leray, Julie Malloizel-Delaunay, Amélie Lusque, Elodie Chantalat, Léonard Bouglon, Charlotte Chollet, Benoit Chaput, Barbara Garmy-Susini, Alexandra Yannoutsos, and Charlotte Vayssethe

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Genital lymphoedema films now available!

Lymphoedema can affect the area around the pelvis. This means that the genitals can become swollen, uncomfortable and affect daily functions. A new series of videos created by courtesy of the Lymphoedema Network Wales and produced by PocketMedic has useful explanations and helpful advice for men, women or children who may be affected by genital oedema.

Read more about the genital lymphoedema project and watch the films here -

https://lnkd.in/dS6PgPB #lymphoedema #lymphedema

Understanding Lymphedema: Keeping the train on the track.

By Dhruv Singhal, MD Illustrated by Megan Belanger, LMT, CLT. Foreword by Kathy Bates

In this entertaining and clever book by Dr. Dhruv Singhal of Harvard Medical School, with charming cartoons by Certified Lymphedema Therapist Megan Belanger, the mystery of how the lymphatic system works is revealed in simple terms. This book will serve to educate children and adults suffering with lymphedema as well as a model for physicians to better understand the disease process.


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