Skin care. Lymphedema can increase the risk of infection. So it is important to keep the affected area clean, moisturized, and healthy. Apply moisturizer each day to prevent chapped skin. Avoid cuts, burns, needle sticks, or other injury to the affected area. If you shave, use an electric razor to reduce the chance of cutting the skin. When you are outside, wear a broad-spectrum sunscreen that protects against both UVA and UVB radiation and has a sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 30. If you do cut or burn yourself, wash the injured area with soap and water and use an antibiotic cream as directed by your health care team.
well, I honestly don't remember. But pin 3 is the output of the 555, so that should be wired to the base of the transistor. The collector is the positive, and the emitter is the negative side of the transistor, which you will wire up as the "switch" to activate the sound module. Sorry, I dont remember more specifics.
As far as making the sound play, mine just worked when triggered by the transistor. Maybe try removing the diode. Someone told me that I didnt realy need to use them. Although mine didn't work without them. And double-check the diode polarity.