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Bamboo Bra Reduces Brest Cancer Risk

Breast cancer patients are willing to promote a new bamboo bra to ensure extra healing and comfort after surgery. The pioneer of underwear, which will be available on the NHS are available, is a natural fiber, soft woven bamboo plants. Has been found in clinical trials, has antibacterial properties.

Studies show that up to 10 percent of women who undergo 20,000 mastectomy, surgery to remove breast tumors and reconstruction each year can develop an infection around the wound. In many cases, they are susceptible to infection with estimated health costs $ 1,443 per patient because their immune systems have already been weakened by chemotherapy drugs.
Fight infection, the time it takes to recover from surgery and hospitalization time. But the new bras that can be used immediately after the operation to support the damaged tissue can be protected against scratches to prevent the spread of bacteria through the skin.

Fiber helps in absorbing moisture from the skin, useful for women with breast cancer to regulate body temperature, who suffer from hot flashes associated with hormonal drugs. Patients who test bras also reported that more convenient than existing postoperative cotton undergarments with fewer seams that irritate scar tissue

Bras have TheyĆ¢ € ™ s Healthcare manufactured by the Irish firm, (from £ 41 free), already in Irish hospitals, but now used for all the NHS. Catriona Lawlor, plastic surgery consultant at St. Vincent Hospital in Dublin, said that all patients had mastectomy and breast reconstruction were fitted with a bamboo bra immediately after surgery. She explains:

"From a psychological perspective, to be able to look down and see what is very beneficial after surgery for patients. It is also very supportive and kind and patient feedback was very positive.

The above products, which gave women sports bras and had no support or comfortable was not designed with the postoperative women in mind, or had enough. "These seem to help form new breast tissue, but it is very important.

Although we did not see a drop in ISC, we did not have a raise. "Marlene Lake, consultant plastic surgeon of the NHS Foundation, Guy and St. Thomas, London Foundation, adds:" A loose fit bra after surgery can cause discomfort, reduce pain and delayed healing, and indirectly self- esteem.

This is in the NHS is a big step, but it depends on the individual hospitals if they decide to create. "More than 23,000 mastectomies were performed in the UK during 2012/13.

Breast implants or reconstruction of tissues from other parts of the body can be performed simultaneously. In such cases, it is important that women wear briefs to support the tissue and provide adequate compression. Many women can also drains need several days introduced to remove fluid from the wound, which should remain in place with the least discomfort.

Existing areas of underwear for breast cancer patients tend to be cotton and are designed for comfort and not clinical benefit.

An unpublished material clinical study of bamboo, carried out by researchers at University College Dublin, noted that the strain rested on 97 percent of the bacteria known as gram-negative, the most difficult catch. He also found that the material 59 percent more moisture than the absorbent products of competitors of pure cotton and 36 percent.

One of the researchers, Claire Kelly, an oncology nurse, said: "The tissue has a repellent antibacterial effect, which prevents the growth of bacteria.
Cotton, now, did not have the same effect. "It also takes moisture well, helps reduce friction on sensitive skin and can help regulate body temperature. If you are receiving chemotherapy or hormone replacement therapy, it can lead to heat waves, which adds a level Additional comfort ".

He will also conduct a new study comparing the post-operative experience of women who carry bras to health with other patients who have received the existing areas.

Sarah Evans, 38, of Brighton, was diagnosed with breast cancer five years after a knot found in her left breast. The Minister of Human Resources underwent initial surgery to remove the breast and lymph nodes and adjust the implant and reconstructive surgery last year.

Sarah, who lives with her partner Ben says, "It was a big shock to find that they had I bras looked after the mastectomy to use and all the catalogs showed that older women, who was very insulated and made me feel cancer of the Worse breast

"I finally found a sports bra in M & S, which was fine until I got blood clots and seams under my arms and chest began to cut my skin.

"I was wearing a bra TheyĆ¢ 's Healthcare for the fat transfer operation, and I felt so comfortable and supportive and looked pretty good.

"It is extremely important to feel good, that most people do not realize in the middle of something, life-changing. Never, even after breast cancer, something as small as possible after the comfortable surgery with a beautiful wake up Is crucial. "


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