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Local Wound Care for Dermatologists


Local Wound Care for Dermatologists


Updates in Clinical Dermatology

von: Afsaneh Alavi, Howard I. Maibach

96,29 €

Verlag: Springer
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 26.03.2020
ISBN/EAN: 9783030288723
Sprache: englisch

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<div><div><div>Focusing on local wound care specifically for the dermatologist, this concise text provides a go-to source for practitioners looking for a quick solution for many of the most common wounds as well as an update on what's new in the field. From the most basic principles of local wound care to a look at what upcoming therapies like stem cells and lasers can do, this text is comprehensive and informed.&nbsp;</div><div>&nbsp;</div><div>Providing quality local wound care requires an ample knowledge of available products, their cost effectiveness, and the principles for the optimal interventions;<i>&nbsp;Local Wound Care for Dermatologists</i>&nbsp;includes these three guiding points in each chapter that focuses on a specific therapy. Expertly written text is accompanied by multiple tables of drug-specific names, current price points, and comparable products. Chapters include many color images, thereby providing insight to a given wound and the various therapies available to treat it. While the basics are reviewed in the opening chapters, later chapters feature updates in therapies including discussions on what's new in skin substitutes, negative pressure wound therapy, oxygen therapy, and an update in cell based therapy.</div><div>&nbsp;</div><div>Written with the dermatologist in mind,&nbsp;<i>Local Wound Care for Dermatologist</i>s is an indispensable reference for students, residents, and practicing doctors alike. General practitioners and plastic surgeons will also find this title a useful refresher.&nbsp; &nbsp;</div><div>&nbsp;</div></div></div><div><br></div>
<div><p>Ch 1: The basic principles in local wound care</p><p>Afsaneh Alavi, Robert Kirsner</p><p>Ch 2: Skin Health</p><p>Sandy Skotnicki</p><p>Ch 3: Chronic wounds and infection</p><p>Eran Shavit, Gregory Schultz</p><p>Ch 4: Wound dressing</p><p>Dorothy Weir&nbsp;</p><p>Ch 5: Antiseptic and antibacterial agents</p><p>Gary Sibbald</p><p>Ch 6: Topical anti-inflammatory agents in wound care</p><p>Andrea Ghiricozzi, Marco Romanelli</p><p>Ch 7: Wound Dressing Allergic Contact Dermatitis: Epidemiology and Management</p><p>John Havens Cary, Becky S. Li, Rasika Reddy, Howard Maibach</p><p>Ch 8:&nbsp; Vascular Tests for Dermatologists</p><p>Ali Rajabi-Estarabadi, Mahtab Forouzandeh, Ahmed Kayssi, Afsaneh Alavi</p><p>Ch 9: Compression Therapy</p><p>Joshua S. Mervis, Hadar Lev-tov</p><p>Ch 10: Management of diabetic foot ulcers: Offloading and Debridement</p><p>Chia-Ding Shih, Laura Shin, David G. Armstrong</p><p>Ch 11: Negative pressure wound therapy</p><p>Valentina Dini</p><p>Ch 12: Oxygen therapy in wound healing</p><p>Marjam J. Barysch, Severin Laeuchli&nbsp;</p><p>Ch 13: The role of ablative fractional lasers in wound healing</p><p>Joshua S. Mervis, Tania J. Phillips</p><p>Ch 14: Stem cell therapy in wound care</p><p>Makram E. Aljghami, Saeid Amini-Nik</p><p>Ch 15: Cellular and Acellular based Therapies: Skin Substitutes and Matrices</p><p>Brian Cahn, Hadar Lev-Tov</p><p>Ch 16: Local peristomal cutaneous manifestations and their management</p><p>Kimberly LeBlanc, Lorne Wiesenfeld</p><p>Ch 17: Wound care in malignant wounds</p><p>Alina Markova, Brooke Corbett, Nina Blank</p><p>Ch 18: Wound Healing in Hidradenitis Suppurativa</p><p>Asma Amir Ali, Michelle A. Lowes, Afsaneh Alavi</p><p>Ch 19: Wound Healing in Pyoderma Gangrenosum</p><p>Asma Amir Ali, Angelo Valerio Marzano, Afsaneh Alavi</p><p>Ch 20: Scar management</p><p>Severin Laeuchli</p></div><div><br></div>
<p>Afsaneh Alavi, MD</p>

<p>University of Toronto</p>

<p>Women's College Hospital</p>

<p>Toronto , ON , Canaada</p><p><br></p>

<p>Howard I. Maibach, MD</p>

University of California, San Francisco<p></p>

<p>School of Medicine</p>

<p>Department of Dermatology</p>

<p>San Francisco, CA</p>

<p>SERIES EDITORS:</p>

<p>Dr. John Berth-Jones is a Consultant Dermatologist at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust and Specialist Registrar in Dermatology Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals Norwich, UK.</p>

<p>Dr. Chee Leok Goh is a top Consultant Dermatologist, Professor and Adjunct Professor at the National Skin Centre Faculty of Medicine, National University of Singapore, Duke- NUS Graduate Medical Centre, Singapore. Dr Goh’s expertise includes Dermatology, Contact and Occupational Dermatology, Aesthetic Dermatology, Cutaneous Lasers, Pigmentation Disorders, Dermatitis, Aqua Vulgaris, Urticaria, Photo-aging skin changes, Drug eruptions, Skin infections, Hair fall, Psoriasis, Immunobulous disorders, Hemangioma and portwine stains, Contact and Occupational Dermatitis etc.</p>

<p>Dr. Howard Maibach is an expert in contact and occupational dermatitis and sees patient at the Environmental Dermatosis Clinic, which is part of the Dermatology Clinic. His specialty is dermatotoxicology, or skin exposure toxicity; allergies and skin disorders; and dermatopharmacology or the study of medications for skin disorders. Dr. Maibach has been on the editorial board of more than 30 scientific journals and is a member of 19 professional societies including the American Academy of Dermatology, San Francisco Dermatological Society and the Internal Commission on Occupation Health. He is a professor in the Department of Dermatology at UCSF.</p>

<p>&nbsp;</p><br>
Focusing on local wound care specifically for the dermatologist, this concise text provides a go-to source for practitioners looking for a quick solution for many of the most common wounds as well as an update on what's new in the field. From the most basic principles of local wound care to a look at what upcoming therapies like stem cells and lasers can do, this text is comprehensive and informed.&nbsp;<div>&nbsp;</div><div>Providing quality local wound care requires an ample knowledge of available products, their cost effectiveness, and the principles for the optimal interventions;<i>&nbsp;Local Wound Care for Dermatologists</i>&nbsp;includes these three guiding points in each chapter that focuses on a specific therapy. Expertly written text is accompanied by multiple tables of drug-specific names, current price points, and comparable products. Chapters include many color images, thereby providing insight to a given wound and the various therapies available to treat it. While the basics are reviewed in the opening chapters, later chapters feature updates in therapies including discussions on what's new in skin substitutes, negative pressure wound therapy, oxygen therapy, and an update in cell based therapy.</div><div>&nbsp;</div><div>Written with the dermatologist in mind,&nbsp;<i>Local Wound Care for Dermatologist</i>s is an indispensable reference for students, residents, and practicing doctors alike. General practitioners and plastic surgeons will also find this title a useful refresher.&nbsp; &nbsp;</div><div>&nbsp;</div>
<div>Part of the Updates in Clinical Dermatology Series&nbsp;<br></div><div><br></div><div>Summarizes new treatments available for local wound management</div><div><br></div><div>Enables practitioners to formulate an approach to managing chronic wounds</div><div><br></div>

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