Home Injury Prevention (Copyright © MGFA)
Publication Year: 2009
More people are injured in their homes than anywhere else. Home safety is a concern for some people with Myasthenia Gravis (MG). Those who have difficulty walking, double vision or general weakness and fatigue are at increased risk for injury. Of particular concern is the risk of falling. You can minimize your safety risks- especially your risk of falling- if you follow some of these suggestions.
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