Wiley-Blackwell; 1st edition (January 4, 2023)
Carsten Flohr, Zainab Jiyad
Handbook of Skin Disease Management – Original PDF
Handbook of Skin Disease Management
Learn the essential information necessary to manage patients with skin diseases in this brand-new compact handbook
Skin diseases severely impact quality of life and management of these conditions can be exceptionally challenging, particularly when first and second-line treatments have failed. The Handbook of Skin Disease Management is the first handbook specifically developed with the focus on the management aspect of dermatological conditions. It is designed to be used by busy clinicians who need relevant information quickly and includes an A-Z format with succinct entries loaded with essential information. Incorporating evidence bases and success rates for each potential treatment, it includes everything clinicians need to rapidly familiarize themselves with the different treatment options.
Handbook of Skin Disease Management readers will also find:
- Treatment of over 40 conditions, listed alphabetically for easy reference
- A visually enhanced guide to prescribing systemics
- Over 20 key lists, such as differentials for blistering diseases, telangiectasia, and more
Handbook of Skin Disease Management is a vital reference for clinicians working with dermatological patients, particularly trainees and junior doctors.
“What a refreshing change to see such a succinct book full of useful practical advice that can be used in the clinic. Zainab Jiyad and Carsten Flohr succeed in that difficult task of bridging the gap between evidence and practice.”
—Hywel Williams, OBE, NIHR Senior Investigator Emeritus, FMedSci Professor of Dermato-Epidemiology and Co-Director, Centre of Evidence-Based Dermatology Centre of Evidence-Based Dermatology, University of Nottingham, UK
“I wish I had such a useful handbook during my early career! Zainab Jiyad and Carsten Flohr have produced a great guide on the management of common skin diseases for dermatology trainees, consultants and GPs, packed with the latest evidence from guidelines and systematic reviews.”
—Phyllis Spuls, Professor of Evidence-Based Dermatology, Amsterdam University Medical Centers, The Netherlands