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  • A pilot study towards long-term thermal comfort research for lower-limb prosthesis wearers. [Journal Article]
  • POProsthet Orthot Int 2018 Aug 06; :309364618791604
  • Williams RJ, Takashima A, … Holloway C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Independent multiple-hour temperature studies are shown to be feasible. Results also indicate that out-of-lab residual limb temperature can be significantly higher than in-lab temperatures. Clinical relevance Thermal discomfort and sweating may lead to skin conditions and reduce quality of life among prosthesis wearers. Out-of-lab, long-term temperature studies are needed to comprehensively characterize thermal discomfort to create preventive solutions.
  • Hyperhidrosis: prevalence and impact on quality of life. [Journal Article]
  • JBJ Bras Pneumol 2018 Jul 30; :0
  • Hasimoto EN, Cataneo DC, … Cataneo AJM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although the prevalence of self-reported excessive sweating was greater than 2%, the actual prevalence of primary hyperhidrosis in our sample was 0.93% and nearly 50% of the respondents with primary hyperhidrosis reported impaired quality of life.
  • Hyperhidrosis Quality of Life Measures: Review and Patient Perspective. [Journal Article]
  • JDJ Dermatolog Treat 2018 Jul 27; :1-20
  • Wade R, Jones-Diette J, … Woolacott N
  • CONCLUSIONS: There are several tools available for assessing quality of life in hyperhidrosis patients; disease specific measures are widely used and appear suitable. It is unclear which tool is the most reliable, although the HidroQoL© tool was preferred by a small group of patient advisors. Abstract.
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