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Amputation in the Treatment of Necrotising Fasciitis

Necrotising fasciitis is a rare and life-threatening condition normally caused by a bacterial infection affecting the skin's deeper layers, including the fascia and muscles. It spreads rapidly and can lead to tissue death and organ failure if left untreated. In some...

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Debridement in the treatment of necrotising fasciitis

Necrotising fasciitis is a rare and life-threatening condition normally caused by a bacterial infection affecting the skin's deeper layers, including the fascia and muscles. It spreads rapidly and can lead to tissue death and organ failure if left untreated. In this...

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Keep warm this winter with one of our hoodies

The nights and drawing in and there is a new chill in the air. What better way to stay warm than to pull on a nice cosy hoody. Our hoodies are really wonderfully snug, in fact, we're finding ours difficult to actually take off at the moment. By purchasing a hoody, you...

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Top 5 Myths about Necrotising Fasciitis

Necrotising fasciitis is a serious condition, normally caused by a bacterial infection, that affects the soft tissue under the skin (also know as the fascia). It can be a life-threatening condition if not treated properly and promptly. Unfortunately, many people have...

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Buying a T-shirt can bring HOPE

Summer seems to be making a resurgence in the UK! After a slightly grey and miserable July, things seem to be brightening up again! We at The Lee Spark NF Foundation HQ are so happy! The sun makes such a difference to our health and mood, is the same true for you? To...

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Focus on Strep A

We’re seeing an increase in the coverage of Strep A infections by the media this winter, with medical professionals observing higher rates than usual for the time of year. Strep A is a common bacterial infection that can cause a range of symptoms, from mild to severe....

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