From: [log in to unmask] [mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of Milne Campbell
Sent: 10 September 2009 16:20
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Subject: [OCC-HEALTH] Hyper Hydrosis & Head Gear / Sweat Protection
I have a client seen as a management referral for excessive sweating / weight concerns.
Following my suggestion he has sought the advice of his GP who agrees with me that the most likely diagnosis is Hyper Hydrosis,
He works as a staff nurse in neurology, previously he has been wearing a bandanna to control his sweating but his manager objected too this.
Is anyone aware of other headgear that might help this chap – (a theatre cap was tried to no effect),
I am concerned that he is now feeling stigmatised by the whole thing.
Or is the wearing of a bandana a suitable adjustment / adequate PPE?
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