The Centre of Expertise for Epidermolysis Bullosa and Special Clinic for “Butterfly Children” is a project of DEBRA Austria on the premises of the University Hospital Salzburg.
What should be done if a child is born with suspected EB, or if an accident or unplanned hospitalisation happens?
The EB Handbook provides a wealth of information and practical guidance for those living with the many challenges associated with EB.
What happens during my examination? What do I need to bring with me? Useful facts about an outpatient appointment in the EB House.
EB patients are in good hands in the Outpatient Clinic. They are cared for by specially-trained, compassionate and experienced physicians, nurses and therapists.
The Research and Study centre teams are dedicated to alleviating and curing EB. The latest findings have given the “butterfly children” hope for a life without blisters, wounds and pain.
The Academy provides EB-specific training for medical staff and affected persons and promotes the global networking of EB experts.
Care of people living with EB
Basic scientific research
Training and further education
Examination of new treatment methods