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with Different Fibres. Tekstilec, 56(2), 117-122 [4] Anita Tarbuk, Ana Marija Grancaric, Sasa Magas, (2015) “Modified Cotton Socks- Possibility to Protect from Diabetic Foot Infection” Coll Antropol. Google Scholar, Medline, 39(1), 177-183. [5] Çeken, F. and Kayacan, Ö. (2006). “An Investigation on the Production Techniques and Elasticity Properties of Knitted Bandages”, Tekstil Maraton, (2), 60-68. [6] Cimilli, S., Nergis, B. U., Candan, C., Özdemir, M. (2010). A comparative study of some comfort-related properties of socks of different fiber types. Textile Research

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position, a soft pillow can be placed in the hip joint to prevent the external rotation of the hip; the ankle can be fixed with a foot holder to prevent foot sagging; the paralyzed upper limb can be hung while sitting or standing to prevent shoulder dislocation. (2) It is easy for paralyzed muscles to become cold due to a blood circulation disorder; thus, the body temperature of the patient must be maintained as warm, particularly in the case of the lower limbs; wearing socks is recommended, but not the use of hot water for heating so as to prevent burns. The paralyzed