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Self-Management Strategies Used by Patients Who Are Hypersensitive to Cold Following a Hand Injury. A Prospective Study with Two Years Follow-Up (2015)

Vaksvik, T., Kjeken, I., & Holm, I. (2015). Self- management strategies used by patients who are hypersensitive to cold following a hand injury. A prospective study with two years follow-up. Journal of Hand Therapy, 28(1), 46-52.

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The authors of this article conducted a prospective cohort study to explore the use of self-management strategies to limit cold-associated symptoms in patients with severe hand injuries for the first two years following surgery.

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Population:

Adult

Discipline:

OT

Diagnosis:

Arm/HandOrthopaedics