Self-management in chronic oedema.

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      The number of people living with long-term conditions in the UK is increasing. This is putting an immense strain on already stretched health and social care resources. Government strategies are aimed at encouraging and supporting self-management of these conditions. Self-management of chronic oedema has always been a key aspect of care planning for this patient group. This article focuses on how nurses can encourage and support self-management in chronic oedema. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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