Jonathan Botting, Julia Schofield
Published September 26, 2014
Reference - 336 Pages
ISBN 9781444138368 - CAT# K18335
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This authoritative, highly illustrated text and color atlas provides a systematic guide to commonly performed minor surgical and dermatology procedures. Accompanied by video clips, this critical resource on skin and minor surgery is designed for all trainees and practitioners, including experienced surgeons, dermatologists, family doctors, nurses, and the supporting healthcare team.
Divided into four main color-coded sections, the book covers essential background information including postoperative management and aftercare, the key knowledge required for diagnosis and management, and the skills necessary to perform procedures step by step.
Essential Background Information
Informed Consent, Record Keeping, Documentation and Audit
Professional and Legal Issues, and Health and Safety at Work
Anatomical Hazards and Pitfalls
Local and Regional Anaesthetic Agents
Knowledge: Diagnosis and Management
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Dupuytren’s Contracture, Trigger Finger and Ganglia: Knowledge
Toenail Problems that May Require Surgery
Essential Generic Skills
Local Anaesthesia and Minor Surgical Procedures
Basic Surgical Techniques
Dermatological Techniques and Tips
Additional Surgical Skills And Procedures
Other Surgical Procedures: Cysts and Lipomas
Carpal Tunnel, Dupuytren’s Contracture, Trigger Finger and Ganglia: Skills
Advanced Surgical Procedures
"This is the perfect book for beginning surgeons. It contains the clearest explanations that I have encountered on basic surgical techniques, setting up a clinical surgical suite, how to choose and use the appropriate surgical instruments correctly … an excellent book."
—Patricia Wong, MD in Doody’s Review Service
"… the excellent explanatory text combined with superb photographs and illustrations make this book stand out for me. It would serve as an excellent surgical guide for all dermatology trainees and others healthcare professionals wanting to learn skin surgery."
—Rakesh Patalay, Consultant Dermatologist, Imperial College Hospital, London, UK