Bob Kronemyer
PAC promotes patient safety
PAC promotes patient safety
Four surgical organizations, one common goal: To advance and promote patient safety in cosmetic medicine.
Sunscreen smarts
How do your sunscreen facts match up with those within the dermatology specialty?
A question of dissection
Study compares conventional bipolar electrocautery to dissection with a harmonic scalpel.
Therapies for hidradenitis suppurativa
TNF inhibitors adalimumab and infliximab have evidence-based efficacy for the treatment of hidradentitis suppurativa (HS). Anti-interleukin inhibitors ustekinumab and anakinra also being evaluated in small studies for treatment of HS. Antibiotics, hormones, retinoids, steroids and laser therapies directly targeting the lesions round out an effective treatment plan for HS patients.
New clinical practice guideline for rhinoplasty
It’s the first evidence-based guideline for rhinoplasty, and includes recommendations for pre- and post-management patient care to optimize outcomes.
Cellfina in retrospect
Still wondering if you should add Cellfina to your practice? One plastic surgeon details his first year of experience.
Tapping the male market
One plastic surgeon shares insights and strategy for successfully increasing the male patient base in your cosmetic practice.
Asthma and kidney stones linked in children
Children with asthma are 4 times more likely to have kidney stones than those without asthma, and vice versa, according to a study published online in the medical journal PLoS One.
HA for hands
It’s designed to be used in the lips, but could the dual volumizing and moisturizing characteristics of Restylane Silk also be ideal for use in the aging hands?
Cloud access for AEs
Cloud-based software service makes adverse event data available immediately, so you don't have to wait for the FDA.