Touching on Touchscreens - Making Technology More Accessible for People With Scleroderma
Are you reading this from a touchscreen device? Using touchscreen technology is something many of us do every day, without even thinking about it. But what happens to the people who have conditions that make touchscreens tough?
Systemic sclerosis-associated pulmonary arterial hypertension
Systemic sclerosis-associated pulmonary arterial hypertension (SSC-PAH) occurs when fibrosis causes the walls of the pulmonary arteries to thicken, raising their blood pressure and placing additional strain upon the heart. The early signs of SSc-PAH include persistent breathlessness, that may be so mild at first that you hardly notice it. If this sounds familiar, tell your doctor.
Collaboration is Key: Developing a New Diagnostic Tool for Scleroderma
“We are limited by current assessment tools such as the skin score, which is limited by subjectivity, as well as the time needed for training and standardisation. We need to make sure that new treatments are evaluated in the best and most robust way so that we can make more progress and discontinue approaches that do not work.” Prof. Chris Denton
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