How to Identify and Manage Fat Embolism Syndrome (FES) in Fractures

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Fat embolism syndrome (FES) is a potentially life-threatening condition that can be triggered by bone fractures. It’s important to know the symptoms and what to do so that you can respond quickly. Check out CureDuchenne’s conversation with Dr. Brenda Wong, a neuromuscular physician from the Duchenne Clinic at the University of Massachusetts, and two parents with firsthand experience of FES to learn:

  • The symptoms of FES
  • Early intervention in FES
  • How to communicate the risks with doctors who might be unfamiliar with FES

Order a FREE CureDuchenne medical ID bracelet for you or your child HERE. This bracelet’s QR code leads first responders and/or physicians to a page outlining specific issues with Duchenne, medications, allergies and vital medical information. Watch the webinar HERE

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