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Heba Darwish, Zeinab Abdel-Megied and Adel El Geiheini

Properties Woven 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

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Joan S. Adriano, Glenn G. Oyong, Esperanza C. Cabrera and Jose Isagani B. Janairo

:// . [4] Benn T, Cavanagh B, Hristovski K, Posner JD, Westerhoff P. The release of nanosilver from consumer products used in the home. J Environ Qual. 2010;39(6):1875-1882. . [5] Benn TM, Westerhoff P. Nanoparticle silver released into water from commercially available sock fabrics. Environ Sci Technol. 2008;42(11):4133-4139. DOI: 10.1021/es7032718. [6] Navarro E, Piccapietra F, Wagner B, Marconi F, Kaegi R, Odzak N, et al. Toxicity of silver nanoparticles to Chlamydomonas reinhardlii. Environ Sci

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Rui-Fang Zhu and Shi-Fan Han

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 limbs can be massaged to promote blood circulation and prevent muscle atrophy. Joint movements, in full range, should be performed to maintain the mobility of the joints: for the elderly with limited physical activity, passive activities can be used in exercises to encourage the elderly to cooperate, thus allowing the joints and muscles to obtain the maximum range of exercise. For the elderly who can