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How can you best manage bleeding when performing minor surgical procedures in the primary care setting? In this brief video, A/Prof Maurice Brygel covers his top tips and tricks for GPs and general surgeons on managing bleeding, including suturing techniques and more.
As a primary care or skin cancer doctor looking to offer aesthetic services in your practice, it can sometimes be difficult to know where to begin. In this short video, Skin Cancer & Aesthetic Medicine Doctor Di King talks about the top mistakes to avoid and the main things she wishes she had done differently when […]
In this month’s skin cancer update video, Professor Giuseppe Argenziano discusses re-excising skin lesions for which the histopathology results are unclear. Using real-life cases, Giuseppe explores what you should do when malignancies recur in sites where previous malignancies were excised, and how to manage these patients.
Do you see patients with dry, sun damaged or acne-prone skin? Dr Isabelle Jonsson-Lear (GP, Skin Cancer & Aesthetic Medicine Doctor) speaks about the benefits of adding chemical peels to the services you already offer in your primary care or skin cancer practice.
In this month’s skin cancer update video, Professor Giuseppe Argenziano talks about the three possible outcomes that can be reached after you check a lesion: Excise, monitor, or do nothing. In most cases, lesions are either deemed suspicious and excised, or deemed safe and the patient goes home. Giuseppe warns that the other option – […]
What are the benefits of Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy for you and your patients, and how can you get started integrating PRP into your practice? In this short video, Skin Cancer & Aesthetic Medicine Doctor Di King speaks about the benefits of adding PRP treatments into your primary care practice, and how you can start […]
What are the most important suturing techniques to master as a GP, primary care or skin cancer doctor? In this brief video, Dr Peter Grossberg covers the most important procedures including the simple interrupted suture and the mattress suture.
In this short video, Dr Tony Dicker offers his top tips for managing common skin cancer surgery complications you might encounter as a GP, primary care or skin cancer doctor.
“Even the best decision-making algorithms are not going to catch all the melanomas!” Skin Cancer Doctor Hamilton Ayres offers his top tips for catching difficult melanomas, especially those that don’t display many clues.
Sun damage is a common skin concern seen in primary care – from sunburns to pigmentation, sun spots, wrinkles and skin cancers. Research Review‘s latest educational series focuses on sunscreen and photoageing, with expert commentary by dermatologists. It explores the mechanisms of skin photoageing and the role of sunscreen as an adjunctive sun protection measure […]