Handbook of Dermatology Treatment gives practical, clinical information on the uses of topical and systemic dermatologic drugs and basic surgery in a concise, high-yield format. Key issues such as common usage, potential combinations, pitfalls, cautions and top tips areprovided by a global team of dermatology experts. Chapters follow a standardised layout for each treatment, making it easy for the reader to get to the information they need: licensed indications, common usage, combinations, pragmatic recommendations, pitfalls, cautions(red flags) and top tips. This distilled clinical information is very hard to find quickly in most dermatology textbooks and websites. Competing texts tend to focus on systemic drugs only, whereas Handbook of Dermatology Treatment also covers topical drugs and basicsurgical techniques. Handbook of Dermatology Treatment is a definitive quick-reference guide to treating skin disease and will be an essential resource for general practitioners, primary care practitioners, trainee and practising dermatologists, nurses, nurse practitioners andphysician assistants. Key points Organised by drug/treatment type, explaining how to use, when to use (and when not to use) and which diseases are commonly treated by each treatment option Each chapter written to a consistent template, making access to informationquick and easy Fully international with US and UK generic drug names given throughout Includes topical and systemic drugs and basic surgical techniques.
About the Author
Michael Ardern-Jones PhD FRCP Consultant Dermatologist, University of Southampton, UK Philip Hampton PhD BMedSci MBBS MRCP Consultant Dermatologist, Newcastle University, UK Ruth Ann Vleugels MD MPH Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, USA