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Introducing the 3rd edition of the well-received dermatology resource, now called "Dermatology Pocket Guide" by Derm Educate.
This pocket card is an all-in-one dosing, workup, and management resource for the most important medications and diseases in dermatology. It compiles up-to-date data on drug dosing and disease management gathered from the foremost dermatology reference textbooks and articles. This broad and detailed information is merged and blended into a compact reference card that contains over 6000 words! This card is intended for dermatology residents, medical students, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and practicing dermatologists needing a pocket reference for dosing and management of both simple and complex systemic medications. The card also contains a reference-based workup and management plan for complex dermatologic presentations. A bonus section includes protocols for physical treatment modalities including ultraviolet therapy (PUVA/nbUVB), photodynamic therapy (PDT), and lasers. The above material is highly detailed & specific, yet fits onto a portable pocket card. Your card will be shipped within 1 business day and will arrive within 2-5 business days. Please send any questions or comments you may have.
Card Dimensions & Layout: 8.5" x 11", double sized card, folds to fit in pocket. Folded size: 3.75" x 11".
Please scroll below for full contents.
Dermatology Pocket Guide | Dosing, Workup, & Management | 3rd Edition
The 3rd Edition has officially been released and with a fresh new name! The new Dermatology Pocket Guide has undergone its largest change and best upgrade yet!
Major new additions include:
Minor new additions include:
New improvements of existing features:
Complete contents are listed below:
Complex Systemic Medications: This section includes the cost, dosing, lab monitoring, side effects, interactions with other medications, mechanism, & pregnancy category of the following commonly used complex systemic medications in Dermatology:
Physical Modalities in Dermatology:
Drug Rash Section: The most common drug rashes and their culprit medications