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Lymphoedema Management

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Lymphoedema Management
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It is estimated that one person in every 6000 will develop Primary Lymphoedema, with the incidence of Secondary Lymphoedema being greater than 20% in cancer survivors. Lymphoedema is associated with many physical and psychological challenges affecting sufferers' quality of life and general well-being. This module will provide evidence-based research and current treatment guidelines to assist you in managing people with lymphoedema and Lipoedema.

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Lymphoedema Management

It is estimated that one person in every 6000 will develop Primary Lymphoedema, with the incidence of Secondary Lymphoedema being greater than 20% in cancer survivors.
Lymphoedema is associated with many physical and psychological challenges affecting sufferers' quality of life and general well-being.

This module will provide evidence-based research and current treatment guidelines to assist you in managing people with lymphoedema and Lipoedema.
45.00
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Paid Content Paid Content

Members: $0.00

Non-Members: $45.00

Content Type: Elearning module

CPD Hours: 3.00

Created: Wednesday, 10 May 2023

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Area/s of Study

  • Acute care
  • Aged care
  • Clinical skills
  • Community and primary health
  • Orthopaedic
  • Palliative care
  • Wound management

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