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As with sitting in a chair, you ought to learn specific exercises to be able to shift your weight on a regular basis, to prevent skin breakdown at the points where your body is in contact with the wheelchair, and ultimately to prevent pressure sores. Basically, as the name suggests, they arise when the skin begins to break down from too much continuous pressure, from a chair or bed, for example, on key points of your body. Once this pressure has been applied for a long time, blood circulation to the area lessens or ceases, the tissues get starved of oxygen, and the skin and related tissues break down. Such pressure sores are particularly dangerous because, left untreated, they can lead to infection of the underlying bare tissue or to blood infection (‘septicaemia’), which can threaten your life. Most people do not get pressure sores because they move very frequently and thus pressure is never exerted on one point of their body for long enough for a pressure Figure 8. Danger areas are the lower back, the shoulder blades, the insides of knees, hips, elbows, ankles, heels, toes, wrists, and even sometimes ears (Figure 8. Pressure sores are more likely if you are in a wheelchair, or are sitting or in bed for long periods of time. Initially, a pressure sore may just look like an area of reddened skin, or even a small bruise. It can look like a blister or weal, which may break to reveal a small or even a large hole where the skin has been damaged more fundamentally. It is likely to be very painful but, if sensation has been lost, you may not be aware an ulcer is forming so visual checks are also necessary. It is important to act immediately and contact your doctor, for once the damage has occurred it is very unlikely to get better without considerable treatment. If you can stand for even a short time, or shift your weight from time to time and from place to place, this is helpful. There are also a number of products that may help: • ripple mattresses • foam rings • gel or air cushions • water beds • pads • specific textures of clothing and bedding, especially sheepskin. The usual person to treat pressure sores is a District Nurse who will come in regularly to manage them. The aim is to prevent infection and to restore circulation, by keeping the skin clean and dry. The sore may be left exposed to the air during the day, but dressed with a sterile dressing at night. There is a great deal of development work currently underway on the management of pressure sores because, not only are they very painful, inconvenient and potentially dangerous for people with MS, but they are also very expensive to treat, at home or in hospital, and often involve very long-term nursing and medical care. MOBILITY AND MANAGING EVERYDAY LIFE 105 Aids and equipment Occupational therapy Many of the aids and much of the equipment that you might need are available through an occupational therapist or at least you are likely to be able to obtain their advice on what to have. Occupational therapy is mainly concerned with helping people to manage any difficulties they may have in ‘daily living’. You will almost certainly be offered a consultation with an occupational therapist (OT) at some point but, if you are not and want such professional advice, your GP or neurologist should be able to refer you to an OT to assist you. You also may need to use an OT if you wish to obtain aids and equipment through your local NHS Trust or Department of Social Services. A major problem is often a difficulty with balance, causing staggering, in which you fear you may fall. Of course, using a mobility aid (walking stick, crutch, and so on) is something that many people with MS dread, for it appears to be a very visible sign both to yourself and others that the MS is progressing. However, once your balance has started to deteriorate significantly, people with MS often report that, when others see them, with no mobility aid, staggering and losing their balance, they seem to think that the person with MS is drunk. Thus dealing with this problem is important socially and physically, to prevent falls and possible injury. A mobility aid is the usual way to overcome these problems, and your physiotherapist or OT can help here. Mobility aids range from one or two canes (walking sticks), to one or two crutches used under the forearms, to light walkers which have four legs (Figure 8.

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