Lippincott s Primary Care Dermatology

Lippincott s Primary Care Dermatology
Author: Peter C. Schalock,Jeffrey T.S. Hsu,Kenneth A. Arndt
Publsiher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Total Pages: 576
Release: 2012-03-28
ISBN 10: 1451148771
ISBN 13: 9781451148770
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Lippincott s Primary Care Dermatology Book Review:

This book will help family practitioners, internists, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants understand, diagnose, and treat dermatologic problems commonly seen in the primary care setting. Emphasis on day-to-day outpatient office practice distinguishes this from other dermatology textbooks. Coverage includes adult, geriatric, and ethnic skin. Each diagnosis begins with a realistic case and includes detailed discussions of pathogenesis, diagnostic methods, and therapy. An "at a glance" therapy section summarizes primary and secondary treatments to make treatment decisions easier. The book includes over 300 full-color images of skin lesions, numerous patient handouts, and a folded-in anatomical chart for the office.

Dermatology for the Primary Care Provider E Book

Dermatology for the Primary Care Provider E Book
Author: Reid A. Waldman,Jane M. Grant-Kels
Publsiher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Total Pages: 352
Release: 2021-04-22
ISBN 10: 0323712371
ISBN 13: 9780323712378
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Dermatology for the Primary Care Provider E Book Book Review:

Designed for today’s busy family physicians, Dermatology for the Primary Care Provider is an easy-to-use reference covering the diagnosis and management of commonly seen dermatologic conditions. It provides practical, everyday guidance for quick reference at the point of care, including management pitfalls, clinical warning signs, specific treatment recommendations, and much more. Packed with need-to-know information, this unique resource is invaluable both when you are confident in your diagnosis and need guidance on next steps, or when you need step-by-step assistance on initial management in the absence of a definitive diagnosis. Highlights common management pitfalls, how to rule out acutely dangerous entities, and clinical warning signs requiring urgent referral. Provides specific treatment recommendations including which level of therapy is necessary, clear instructions on how to prescribe, and what to watch for. Includes numerous treatment algorithms throughout, as well as a differential diagnosis overview list in every chapter with cross-references to the corresponding page. Contains helpful information on patient education as well as answers to commonly asked patient questions.

Top 50 Dermatology Case Studies for Primary Care

Top 50 Dermatology Case Studies for Primary Care
Author: Danya Reich,Corinna Eleni Psomadakis,Bobby Buka
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 356
Release: 2016-12-08
ISBN 10: 3319186272
ISBN 13: 9783319186276
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Top 50 Dermatology Case Studies for Primary Care Book Review:

This landmark text is dedicated to the conversation had between a primary care physician and a dermatologist that is a true reflection of the way medicine works when these physicians collaborate on the same case. The book uses actual case studies from the authors' offices and provides an accurate and real portrayal of the types of skin conditions primary care physicians encounter. Answering questions such as when to treat, how to treat, when to refer, when to biopsy, and when to reassure, this book informs and educates primary care physicians with a dermatologist’s perspective. Top 50 Dermatology Case Studies for Primary Care ​gives the reader an entirely new vantage point from which to view dermatologic cases, and together with one of New York City's top dermatologists, the authors look at the same case, the same patient, and compare what each did or would have done. Written for family medicine and internal medicine physicians, residents and providers, Top 50 Dermatology Case Studies for Primary Care proves to be an invaluable resource in their day-to-day practices.

Common Dermatologic Conditions in Primary Care

Common Dermatologic Conditions in Primary Care
Author: John J. Russell,Edward F. Ryan Jr.
Publsiher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 286
Release: 2019-09-03
ISBN 10: 3030180654
ISBN 13: 9783030180652
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Common Dermatologic Conditions in Primary Care Book Review:

This book offers a guide to common dermatologic conditions most often treated by primary care providers. Most dermatologic disorders in the United States are treated by primary care physicians, and yet primary care training programs do not prioritize dermatology. This easy-to-use reference answers that need with practical recommendations for diagnosing and treating these common diseases along with a number of illustrative color images. Throughout, chapters are either organized by population and the dermatologic conditions common to those groups or diseases commonly encountered in primary care. Populations covered include children, pregnant women, and athletes, and common diseases covered include dermatitis, warts, herpes, psoriasis, and some skin cancers. This is an essential resource for primary care physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners who treat dermatologic conditions in their daily practice.

Textbook of Primary Care Dermatology

Textbook of Primary Care Dermatology
Author: David Buckley,Paola Pasquali
Publsiher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 657
Release: 2021-09-07
ISBN 10: 3030291014
ISBN 13: 9783030291013
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Textbook of Primary Care Dermatology Book Review:

This textbook provides a comprehensive, practical guide to the identification of a range of common dermatological conditions encountered within primary care. It features a problem-based approach to the topics and conditions covered. Clinical photographs, diagrams and pertinent tables along with clear learning objectives, clinical pearls and pitfalls in each chapter facilitate understanding in the diagnosis and management of a range of common dermatological conditions. Textbook of Primary Care Dermatology empowers the reader to develop their understanding of how to deal with a range of common skin, hair and nail problems. It is ideal for training and practising primary care physicians seeking a quick reference guide to use in their clinical practice and the trainee dermatologist seeking a primer on the topic. It is also suitable for other members of the primary care team including nurses, pharmacists, physician associates and clinical assistants, and it is very useful for hospital-based doctors and nurses in other disciplines who want a quick, practical reference to common dermatological problems.

Dermatology Skills for Primary Care

Dermatology Skills for Primary Care
Author: Daniel J. Trozak,Dan J. Tennenhouse
Publsiher: Springer Science & Business Media
Total Pages: 472
Release: 2005-10-01
ISBN 10: 1588294897
ISBN 13: 9781588294890
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Dermatology Skills for Primary Care Book Review:

The diagnosis and treatment of common dermatologic problems is a critical area of skill and knowledge for primary care physicians. According to the US Department of 1 Health and Human Services, patients present to their physicians a skin rash as their chief concern for nearly 12 million office visits each year. In 73% of these office visits, patients see their internist, family physician, or pediatrician. In this respect, astonishingly, primary care clinicians see far more skin disease in their offices than dermatologists. Dermatology Skills for Primary Care: An Illustrated Guide advances the targeted skill and knowledge base of primary care physicians, as well as the collaboration between dermatologists and primary care physicians, by its wise choice of organization, scope, and approach. Dermatology Skills for Primary Care: An Illustrated Guide by Drs. Trozak, Tennenhouse, and Russell is an important addition to the dermatology literature because it has been written collaboratively by a skilled dermatologist and two excellent academic family physicians. As such, the book superbly targets the depth and scope of needs of primary care practitioners in the field of dermatology.

Dermatology in Clinical Practice

Dermatology in Clinical Practice
Author: Zohra Zaidi,S.W Lanigan
Publsiher: Springer Science & Business Media
Total Pages: 596
Release: 2010-03-10
ISBN 10: 1848828624
ISBN 13: 9781848828629
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Dermatology in Clinical Practice Book Review:

Books on dermatology are either focused for medical s- dents or for students of dermatology. A general practitioner sees a lot of skin patients; about 17% of their patients are related to skin disease. We therefore decided to write a book that should meet the needs of a general practitioner. To make the book helpful for the primary care physician, we have focused more on common skin problems and have discussed the diagnosis and treatment of these disorders in depth to help the general practitioner in diagnosing and treating them. The chapter on the management of skin d- eases also gives the details of topical, systemic, and the phy- cal modalities used in treating skin disease. Uncommon skin diseases are only mentioned where required. The chapter on cutaneous manifestations of systemic diseases will help the general practitioner to correlate the cutaneous signs of the common medical problems seen by them. Emphasis is laid on the bacterial, fungal, and parasitic disorders that are pre- lent in tropical countries. We have included the common d- eases of other continents, as the general practitioner especially of developed countries has patients from all over the world. Congenital and hereditary disorders are discussed with the corresponding chapters, which makes it easier for the reader to remember. A number of practical points are included with each subject, and history of dermatology is included where appropriate to make the subject interesting to read.

Primary Care Dermatology

Primary Care Dermatology
Author: Bruce U. Wintroub,June K. Robinson,Philip E. LeBoit
Publsiher: W B Saunders Company
Total Pages: 296
Release: 1997
ISBN 10: 1928374650XXX
ISBN 13: UOM:39015041305338
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Primary Care Dermatology Book Review:

A great book providing essential information for the accurate diagnosis and treatment of dermatologic diseases. The text opens with a discussion of the basic function and structure of the skin, a description of lesions, and instructions on how to perform a biopsy; follows with a section on the principles of dermatologic therapy, and a section on individual dermatologic disorders; and concludes with a section explaining when the primary care physician should refer a patient to a specialist. Features numerous tables and figures to enhance understanding.

Dermatology for the Primary Care Provider

Dermatology for the Primary Care Provider
Author: Reid A. Waldman,Jane M. Grant-Kels
Publsiher: Elsevier
Total Pages: 288
Release: 2021-07
ISBN 10: 9780323712361
ISBN 13: 0323712363
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Dermatology for the Primary Care Provider Book Review:

Designed for today's busy family physicians, Dermatology for the Primary Care Provider is an easy-to-use reference covering the diagnosis and management of commonly seen dermatologic conditions. It provides practical, everyday guidance for quick reference at the point of care, including management pitfalls, clinical warning signs, specific treatment recommendations, and much more. Packed with need-to-know information, this unique resource is invaluable both when you are confident in your diagnosis and need guidance on next steps, or when you need step-by-step assistance on initial management in the absence of a definitive diagnosis. Highlights common management pitfalls, how to rule out acutely dangerous entities, and clinical warning signs requiring urgent referral. Provides specific treatment recommendations including which level of therapy is necessary, clear instructions on how to prescribe, and what to watch for. Includes numerous treatment algorithms throughout, as well as a differential diagnosis overview list in every chapter with cross-references to the corresponding page. Contains helpful information on patient education as well as answers to commonly asked patient questions. Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.

Geriatric Dermatology

Geriatric Dermatology
Author: R.A. Norman
Publsiher: CRC Press
Total Pages: 174
Release: 2020-08-27
ISBN 10: 1000161560
ISBN 13: 9781000161564
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Geriatric Dermatology Book Review:

Over the past few years the world's population has continued on its remarkable transition from a state of high birth and death rates to one characterized by low birth and death rates. Consequently, primary care physicians and dermatologists will see more elderly patients presenting age-related dermatological conditions. There has never been a better time for a book devoted entirely to skin care in the elderly. Geriatric Dermatology draws together a panel of experts who provide an overview of the diagnosis and treatment of geriatric skin diseases. It begins with a general review of the aging of the world's population and the major dermatological problems that often arise in elderly patients. An added benefit is the book's coverage of geriatric skin care in nursing homes, adult congregate living, and subacute and home health settings, a subject not always found in conventional dermatology texts. The book includes: A summary of the dermatological disorders frequently encountered in the elderly, including eczematous dermatitis, skin infections, and neoplasias A description of the most common geriatric hair and scalp disorders, including graying, alopecia, and scalp psoriasis Comprehensive coverage of the diagnosis and treatment of leg, foot, and nail diseases Detailed discussion of the treatment of superficial mycoses, scabies, and pediculosis Less common geriatric conditions such as blistering diseases Major adverse drug reactions on the skin Leg ulcers due to venous insufficiency, arterial diseases, and diabetic nephropathy Diagnosis and treatment of diabetic complications of dermatology, such scleroderma and dermopathy The study of diseases that impact the elderly population is a crucial and growing area of interest in medicine. Geriatricians, primary care physicians, dermatologists, and others involved in the care of the elderly will inevitably see an increase in skin diseases specific to aging. The comprehensive coverage provided by Geriatric Dermatology facilitates the diagnosis and management of these geriatric skin diseases from the common to the rare and unusual.

How to Improve Doctor Patient Connection

How to Improve Doctor Patient Connection
Author: Christine J. Ko
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 306
Release: 2021-10-29
ISBN 10: 1000466124
ISBN 13: 9781000466126
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

How to Improve Doctor Patient Connection Book Review:

How to Improve Doctor-Patient Connection offers actionable steps for improving communication between health professionals and patients based on visual, auditory, and emotional understanding from the principles of cognitive psychology. Drawing on the author’s personal experience as both a healthcare professional and a mother of two children, How to Improve Doctor-Patient Connection explores communication between doctors and patients as well as bias in healthcare. This how-to text includes several practical applications that can be applied to healthcare encounters, enabling readers to form habits based on visual analysis of body language, auditory information from language and tone of voice, and logical emotion perception that will allow for improved doctor-patient connection. By integrating the perspectives of both doctors and patients and applying a psychological lens, this text is invaluable to healthcare practitioners, students of medicine, healthcare, biology, and related fields, and anyone looking to improve their own or other’s quality of doctor-patient interactions and overall healthcare experience.

Dermatology for the Advanced Practice Nurse

Dermatology for the Advanced Practice Nurse
Author: Faye Lyons, DNP, RN, FNP-C,Lisa Ousley, DNP, RN, FNP-C
Publsiher: Springer Publishing Company
Total Pages: 384
Release: 2014-07-22
ISBN 10: 0826136443
ISBN 13: 9780826136442
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Dermatology for the Advanced Practice Nurse Book Review:

Unique decision trees promote accurate diagnosis and treatment of 60 common skin conditions. This is the first primary care dermatology reference written by and for nurses. It focuses on approximately 60 skin conditions that are commonly seen in primary care settings and provides unique decision trees to assist in accurate diagnosis. Organized for quick access, the book presents conditions alphabetically and includes evidence-based treatment and management strategies along with full-color photos taken during actual office visits. Dermatologic diagnostics cover skin assessment, specimen collection procedures, and use of mechanical devices, along with relevant evidence-based topical, systemic, and surgical treatment options. The resource provides an overview of dermatology basics including skin anatomy and physiology and skin terminology. Illustrations, graphs, and skin terminology help to accurately document descriptions of rashes, lesions, and diseases during diagnostic evaluations. The book also defines risk factors in relation to skin conditions and diseases and delineates conditions common to specific populations. A broad range of management strategies is presented along with alerts for when expert follow-up is indicated. To promote rapid identification of skin conditions, each is presented in a consistent organization that includes overview, epidemiology, pathology/histology, clinical presentation, differential diagnosis, treatment/management, special considerations and appropriate referrals, and patient education. The Clinical Pearls feature captures the authors' expertise. Additional photos are available from the website as a digital photo archive. Key Features: Focuses on approximately 60 common dermatological conditions with high-quality, full-color photos Presents four unique decision trees to foster accurate diagnosis and clinical decision making Delivers evidence-based protocols for diagnosis, treatment, and management Uses a consistent format to promote quick access to information Written by advanced-degree nurse practitioners with nurses' informational needs in mind

Dermatology An Issue of Medical Clinics of North America

Dermatology  An Issue of Medical Clinics of North America
Author: Roy M. Colven
Publsiher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Total Pages: 1399
Release: 2016-01-19
ISBN 10: 0323414575
ISBN 13: 9780323414579
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Dermatology An Issue of Medical Clinics of North America Book Review:

This issue of Medical Clinics of North America, guest edited by Roy Colven, MD, is devoted to Dermatology. Articles in this issue include: Topical Therapy Primer for the Non-dermatologist; The Role of Biologic Therapies in Dermatology; Commonly Used Non-biologic Systemic Therapies in Dermatology; Diseases of Skin Appendages: Acne, Alopecia, and Hyperhidrosis; Common Procedures in Dermatology; Skin Cancer Epidemiology, Detection, and Management; Psoriasis and Cardiovascular Disease; Cutaneous Adverse Drug Reactions; Consultative Inpatient Dermatology; Approach to the Patient with Diffuse Blisters; Teledermatology; Nail Disease for the Primary Care Provider; Rheumatologic Skin Disease; and Common Pediatric Skin Diseases.

Skin Cancer Management

Skin Cancer Management
Author: Deborah MacFarlane
Publsiher: Springer Science & Business Media
Total Pages: 299
Release: 2010-03-11
ISBN 10: 9780387884950
ISBN 13: 0387884955
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Skin Cancer Management Book Review:

The editor of Skin Cancer Management: A Practical Approach, Dr. Deborah MacFarlane, gathers experts in selected techniques related to the assessment and management of skin cancer and has them critically review the existing literature in light of their considerable experience delivering care. The authors make recommendations for the best way to perform procedures. The tables provided in each chapter then become a manual of how to perform these procedures, and may in time be adopted by the wider universe of dermatologists as the standard of performance. The detailed descriptions of technique and treatment pearls lead the novice through the sequence of events in a way that instills confidence in their ability to safely perform the procedure. An example of the painstaking expla- tions is found in Chapter 5, Intralesional and Perilesional Treatment of Skin Cancers. The reader is advised to place eye protection on the patient and those performing the injection of methotrexate into a keratoacanthoma with a central crust. Rest assured that there will be a spray or stream of methotrexate emitted from the crusted area. Having eye protection will prevent methotrexate from accidentally getting into someone’s eye. Since we all learn to assimilate new information by taking action on the recommendations that we read, it would be a good idea for the physician to create, where relevant, a checklist for each procedure in the text. The checklist can be given to the office staff to set up the equipment for the procedure.

Atlas of Dermatology in Internal Medicine

Atlas of Dermatology in Internal Medicine
Author: Néstor P. Sánchez
Publsiher: Springer Science & Business Media
Total Pages: 148
Release: 2011-12-02
ISBN 10: 9781461406884
ISBN 13: 1461406889
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Atlas of Dermatology in Internal Medicine Book Review:

Atlas of Dermatology in Internal Medicine is the only concise text-atlas to cover the most common and most important cutaneous manifestations of systemic disease in children and adults. It features more than 150 clinical photographs that are accompanied by format-driven, clinically focused text on the diagnosis and management of cutaneous manifestations of connective tissue, pulmonary, renal, GI, endocrine, malignant, infectious, and HIV disease. There is also a separate chapter on skin diseases commonly seen in the ICU. A special feature is its systematic coverage of clinically relevant dermatopathology. The book is a helpful tool for physicians and trainees in internal medicine, family medicine, pediatrics, emergency medicine, and critical care medicine, as well as family, emergency, and critical care nurse practitioners.

Dermatology for Advanced Practice Clinicians

Dermatology for Advanced Practice Clinicians
Author: Margaret Bobonich,Mary Nolen,Jeremy Honaker,Douglas DiRuggiero
Publsiher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Total Pages: 576
Release: 2021-05-14
ISBN 10: 1975148371
ISBN 13: 9781975148379
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Dermatology for Advanced Practice Clinicians Book Review:

The newly updated, abundantly illustrated Dermatology for Advanced Practice Clinicians: A Comprehensive Guide to Diagnosis and Treatment, 2nd Edition is your complete, evidence-based guide to accurate and successful assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of cutaneous diseases. Focusing on the most common and most critical skin conditions, this expertly-written guide offers essential dermatology knowledge for diagnosing and managing a broad range of skin, hair, and nail conditions. Whether in primary care or full-time dermatology, this comprehensive text is both an ideal foundation for new practitioners and an essential companion to experienced clinicians.

Acute Adult Dermatology

Acute Adult Dermatology
Author: Daniel Creamer,Jonathan Barker,Francisco A. Kerdel
Publsiher: CRC Press
Total Pages: 240
Release: 2011-02-04
ISBN 10: 1840765127
ISBN 13: 9781840765120
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Acute Adult Dermatology Book Review:

A significant proportion of skin disease develops rapidly, is highly symptomatic and can be associated with considerable morbidity. While most patients with acute skin disorders are initially seen by primary care services, acute dermatology is also encountered in hospital emergency departments and in dermatology clinics. This comprehensive referenc

Dermatologic and Cosmetic Procedures in Office Practice E Book

Dermatologic and Cosmetic Procedures in Office Practice E Book
Author: Richard P. Usatine,John L. Pfenninger,Daniel L. Stulberg,Rebecca Small
Publsiher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Total Pages: 544
Release: 2011-09-21
ISBN 10: 1455723096
ISBN 13: 9781455723096
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Dermatologic and Cosmetic Procedures in Office Practice E Book Book Review:

Dermatologic and Cosmetic Procedures in Office Practice, by Drs. Richard Usatine, John Pfenninger, Daniel Stulberg, and Rebecca Small, provides you with the clear, step-by-step guidance you need to provide these options to your patients. Full-color photographs and drawings in combination with high-definition narrated videos clearly demonstrate key procedures, including skin biopsies, cryosurgery, electrosurgery, botulinum toxin injections, and more. Access to the full text, and a downloadable image bank online at www.expertconsult.com make this an ideal reference for performing key dermatologic and cosmetic procedures in your practice. Access the fully searchable contents and downloadable image bank online at www.expertconsult.com. Incorporate key dermatologic and cosmetic procedures into your practice with coverage of using dermoscopy to more accurately detect skin cancer, the latest information on lasers, botulinum toxin injections and dermal fillers, the diagnosis and treatment of benign and malignant lesions, and more. See how to perform each procedure clearly from detailed, full-color photographs and drawings and step-by-step instructions. Maximize the value of providing dermatologic and cosmetic procedures with guidance on combination treatments as well as coding and billing details.

Urgent Care Dermatology Symptom Based Diagnosis E Book

Urgent Care Dermatology  Symptom Based Diagnosis E Book
Author: James E. Fitzpatrick,Whitney A. High
Publsiher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Total Pages: 544
Release: 2017-07-12
ISBN 10: 0323497098
ISBN 13: 9780323497091
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Urgent Care Dermatology Symptom Based Diagnosis E Book Book Review:

Urgent Care Dermatology: Symptom-Based Diagnosis, by Drs. James E. Fitzpatrick, Whitney A. High, and Lamar Kyle, helps you quickly identify skin conditions and provide necessary treatment at the point of care. Concise, to-the-point text is highlighted by more than 1,000 high-quality photographs – all conveniently organized by lesion appearance – making this resource ideal for first-line clinicians to quickly identify and treat dermatologic conditions. Appearance-based format designed for non-specialists who diagnose and treat skin conditions, such as family practice physicians, urgent care providers, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants. Organized by presentation (scaly lesions, blisters, etc.), with a full chapter on treatment pearls that offers expert advice pertaining to diagnosis and treatment. Richly illustrated with more than 1,000 full-color clinical examples of lesions you’re likely to see. Up-to-date coverage of morbilliform eruptions, scaly papular lesions, dermatitis (eczematoid reactions), and abscesses, as well as a timely chapter on cutaneous diseases of travelers organized by global region.

Emergency Dermatology

Emergency Dermatology
Author: Alan B. Fleischer, Jr.,Steven Feldman,Mark R Hess,Charity McConnell,Marco Petrazzuoli,Asha Pardasani
Publsiher: McGraw Hill Professional
Total Pages: 450
Release: 2002-04-23
ISBN 10: 9780071379953
ISBN 13: 0071379959
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Emergency Dermatology Book Review:

Organized alphabetically, this concise guide gives emergency room and primary care clinicians the information needed to rapidly screen, identify, treat, and refer problems related to the skin. For each condition, the book provides history, physical exam, diagnosis, differential diagnosis, treatment, management/follow-up, and codes.