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Epidermolysis bullosa - How does remote wound care in rare skin diseases work?

Children living with epidermolysis bullosa (EB) are often called "butterfly children", comparing the fragility of skin with that of butterfly wings. It is a very severe, rare disease affecting approx. 1 of 25000 people worldwide. EB is manifested by extremely fragile, blistering skin with a compromised wound healing process.

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Scarletred , DIGITAL-ASSESSMENT , SUPPURATIVA-DISEASE-ACTIVITY

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Schöllhammer M

Singh S

Rappersberger K

Schnidar H

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Scarletred , PSORIASIS

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date of publication

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RADIATION-DERMATITIS , STANDARDIZED-ERYTHEMA-VALUE-(SEV) , SKIN-ERYTHEMA , EHEALTH , AUGMENTED-DERMATOLOGY

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STEFAN SCHNIDAR

KATHRIN WIESNER

BEATA JONKO

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SCARLETRED Holding GmbH

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