In the Queue: PRP & Feet

FROM THE EDITOR

The Lion’s Share of information presented in PRP 101 comes from Land of Chat posts and comments. The purpose of “In the Queue” is to provide a staging area for the collection and processing of PRP patient and caregiver sights and observations. The post(s) listed below are “In the Queue” for content development under the category of PRP & FEET.

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PRP, FEET AND NIGHTLY WRAPS

Ruth W —Kansas City, Missouri; April 2019 (15 comments)

“I am about out of vegetable bags I use on my feet. Am wondering if I should get newspaper bags. The vegetable bags get hung up in my toes big time. Suggestions??? Vegetable bags or newspaper bags???”

FEET / TOES

Karen G — Palo Alto, California; February 27, 2019 (40 comments)

“How do you prevent/treat the tiny cuts on the bottom of your toes, and in between your toes? Those little buggers are SO painful! Every night I soak my feet, pat them dry, and lather them with tons of Aquaphor and then wrap them in plastic. But the backs of my toes, where they meet my foot, still crack. Thank you for any suggestions on prevention and/or treatment.”

FEET & BAGS

Rose F — Show Low, Arizona; February 18, 2019 (20 comments)

“For those of you buying clear plastic bags for your feet, what size bag do you buy and where do you get them? The WM bags I have been using just bunch up too much inside my slippers. Someone needs to invent clear plastic slippers that can fit into your shoes.”


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