1,027 results match your criteria Dermatology Nursing[Journal]


New recommendations for vitamin D.

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Dermatol Nurs 2009 Nov-Dec;21(6):365-6

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March 2010
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Melanoma is deadlier in skin of color and incidence is rising.

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Dermatol Nurs 2009 Nov-Dec;21(6):364-5

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March 2010
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Early detection of melanoma plus regular skin exams is vital for beating disease.

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Dermatol Nurs 2009 Nov-Dec;21(6):363-4

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March 2010
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Melanoma and pregnancy: what every woman needs to know about the risks, prognosis.

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Dermatol Nurs 2009 Nov-Dec;21(6):362-3

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March 2010
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A brown recluse spider bite.

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Dale Losher

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Nov-Dec;21(6):360-1

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March 2010
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Allergic contact dermatitis: a focus on nickel.

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Nov-Dec;21(6):354-7

Occupational and Allergic Contact Dermatitis Clinic, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

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March 2010
6 Reads

Hereditary palmoplantar keratoderma: A rare case report--pachyonychia congenita (PC).

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Nov-Dec;21(6):351-3

AOA Hospital, Libya.

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March 2010
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Networking forum sheds insight into MA views and work experiences.

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Donna Hinton

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Nov-Dec;21(6):348

The Hammond Clinic, Munster, IN, USA.

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March 2010
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Acitretin + EHK = PG: Toe web pyogenic granuloma in a man with total body epidermolytic hyperkeratosis on acitretin--report of a unique occurrence.

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Nov-Dec;21(6):345-7

Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA.

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March 2010
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Financial analysis of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in a high school wrestler.

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Nov-Dec;21(6):337-44

California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Folsom, CA, USA.

This case study is a collage of case studies regarding CA-MRSA in the athletic setting and is based on CA-MRSA cases observed by one of the authors while working as a school nurse in the high school setting. It is also based on multiple case studies of high school and college athletic teams documented in the literature. While CA-MRSA has been long been associated with superficial skin infections, the pathogenic capacity of CA-MRSA is now being well documented in the literature. Read More

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March 2010
4 Reads

What's your assessment? Drug-induced pigmentation.

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Helen M Petros

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Nov-Dec;21(6):327-8, 335

Dermatology Associates of Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, USA.

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March 2010
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Bullous pemphigoid: a short review.

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Nov-Dec;21(6):322-6

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, USA.

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March 2010
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Perioral dermatitis: it's not every rash that occurs around the mouth.

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Nov-Dec;21(6):317-20, 353; quiz 321

University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA, USA.

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March 2010
3 Reads

Do you hear me? Do I hear you?

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Marcia J Hill

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Nov-Dec;21(6):315

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March 2010
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Potential new treatment for patients with severe chronic hand eczema.

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Dermatol Nurs 2009 Sep-Oct;21(5):305-6

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January 2010
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Bioengineered skin and stem cells show promise in treatment of non-healing wounds.

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Dermatol Nurs 2009 Sep-Oct;21(5):304-5

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January 2010
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Studies show combination laser therapy effective at clearing acne, reducing oil production.

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Dermatol Nurs 2009 Sep-Oct;21(5):303-4

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January 2010
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New guidelines for managing psoriasis with systemic medications.

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Dermatol Nurs 2009 Sep-Oct;21(5):301-3

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January 2010
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Emerging therapies could help ease the chronic symptoms of atopic dermatitis for adults and children.

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Dermatol Nurs 2009 Sep-Oct;21(5):299-300

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January 2010
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How to terminate a therapeutic relationship with a patient.

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Carolyn Buppert

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Sep-Oct;21(5):297-8

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January 2010
4 Reads

How many ABCDs should we know in dermatology?

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Sep-Oct;21(5):295-6

Department of Dermatology, King Faisal Hospital, Makkah, Saudi Arabia.

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January 2010
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Exploring careers in dermatology.

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Donna Hinton

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Sep-Oct;21(5):294

The Hammond Clinic, Munster, IN, USA.

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January 2010
4 Reads

Allergic contact dermatitis.

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Sep-Oct;21(5):287-91

Occupational and Allergic Contact Dermatitis Clinic, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

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January 2010
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Tinea capitis: diagnostic criteria and treatment options.

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Sep-Oct;21(5):281-6

Yale University School of Nursing, New Haven, CT, USA.

Tinea capitis is a fungal infection involving the hair shaft of the scalp. It is commonly referred to as ringworm and occurs primarily in children. Treatment with a systemic anti-fingal rather than topical treatment is required. Read More

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January 2010
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What's your assessment? Invasive moderately differentiated squamous cell carcinoma.

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Sep-Oct;21(5):279-80

Boston University Medical Center, Department of Dermatology, Boston, MA, USA.

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January 2010
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Preventing pressure ulcers on the heel: a Canadian cost study.

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Sep-Oct;21(5):268-72

Advanced Wound Care Division, Smith & Nephew, Iberia, Spain.

An adaptation of a clinical study of 130 patients at risk of developing a pressure ulcer on the heels was performed using Canadian costs. The aim of the study was to compare the cost effectiveness of a specially shaped hydrocellular dressing (Allevyn Heel) versus that of a protective heel bandage (Soffban and gauze) in pressure ulcer prevention over an 8-week period. Read More

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January 2010
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Current biologic treatments for psoriasis.

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Sep-Oct;21(5):259-66, 272; quiz 267

Department of Dermatology, Tufts University School of Medicine, Tufts Medical Center, Boston, MA, USA.

Psoriasis is a common inflammatory disorder. Modes of treatment include topical, UVA/UVB, systemic, and recently, biologic treatments. As the development ofbiologics continues, biologics have a marked effect on the physical and emotional burdens of patients with psoriasis. Read More

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January 2010
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Cutaneous manifestations of systemic tropical parasitic diseases.

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Sep-Oct;21(5):243-54, 257-8

Department of Internal Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Tropical diseases continue to cause significant health problems in developing nations. An overview of illnesses with notable cutaneous findings caused by protozoans and helminthes is provided. The role of the health care provider in disease management is described. Read More

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January 2010
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Six ways to repair and even reverse summer skin damage.

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Dermatol Nurs 2009 Jul-Aug;21(4):221-2

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October 2009
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A step by step guide to achieving season-healthy, natural-looking skin.

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Dermatol Nurs 2009 Jul-Aug;21(4):219-20

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October 2009
3 Reads

Balance is the key to production of healthy skin.

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Dermatol Nurs 2009 Jul-Aug;21(4):218-9

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October 2009
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Coping strategies help women facing economic stress.

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Jennifer Wider

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Jul-Aug;21(4):217-8

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October 2009
4 Reads

Robert Wood Johnson I: a businessman's contribution to medicine and dermatology.

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Jul-Aug;21(4):234

Department of Dermatology, King Faisal Hospital, Makkah, Saudi Arabia.

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October 2009
3 Reads

New tools aid in diagnosing and detecting skin cancer in earliest stages.

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Dermatol Nurs 2009 Jul-Aug;21(4):222-3

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October 2009
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Panel demands FDA action to address dramatic increases in skin cancer in United States.

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Dermatol Nurs 2009 Jul-Aug;21(4):221

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October 2009
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Pressure ulcer guidelines on performing prevalence and incidence studies presented.

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Dermatol Nurs 2009 Jul-Aug;21(4):219

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October 2009
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Caffeine protects against UV damage.

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Dermatol Nurs 2009 Jul-Aug;21(4):218

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October 2009
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Survey: 38% of adults and 12% of children use complementary and alternative medicine.

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Dermatol Nurs 2009 Jul-Aug;21(4):217

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October 2009
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Home treatments give patients more cosmetic options.

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Dermatol Nurs 2009 Jul-Aug;21(4):216-7

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October 2009
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Helping patients with psoriasis.

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Donna Hinton

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Jul-Aug;21(4):214-5

The Hammond Clinic, Munster, IN, USA.

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October 2009
4 Reads

Three case studies of herpes zoster.

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Jul-Aug;21(4):211-3

Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, USA.

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October 2009
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Dermatology nursing literature: our scientific heritage.

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Steven J Ersser

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Jul-Aug;21(4):209-10

Centre for Wellbeing & Quality of Life, School of Health & Social Care, Bournemouth University, UK.

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October 2009
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How to deal with missed appointments.

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Carolyn Buppert

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Jul-Aug;21(4):207-8

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October 2009
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Tobacco use: ending the epidemic.

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Corinne G Husten

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Jul-Aug;21(4):196-201, 204-6

Partnership for Prevention, Washington, DC, USA.

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October 2009
4 Reads

What's your assessment? Fixed drug eruption.

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Helen M Petros

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Jul-Aug;21(4):193-5

Dermatology Associates of Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, USA.

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October 2009
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Autoimmune progesterone dermatitis.

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Tami Maguire

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Jul-Aug;21(4):190-2

Lakeland Regional Medical Center, Lakeland, FL, USA.

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October 2009
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Cutaneous nontuberculous mycobacterial infections.

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Jul-Aug;21(4):179-82, 189

Akron General Medical Center, Akron, OH, USA.

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October 2009
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Skin cancer in skin of color.

Dermatol Nurs 2009 Jul-Aug;21(4):170-7, 206; quiz 178

Genetic Epidemiology Branch, Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, USA.

In general, skin cancer is uncommon in people of color when compared to Caucasians. When it does occur, it is often associated with increased morbidity and mortality. Differences in survival rates may be attributed to skin cancers being diagnosed at a more advanced stage, and socioeconomic factors such as lack of adequate insurance coverage and lack of transportation can function as barriers to timely diagnosis and early treatment. Read More

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October 2009
7 Reads

Is there really such a thing as hope in a jar?

Dermatol Nurs 2009 May-Jun;21(3):158-9

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August 2009
4 Reads

How you feel on the inside could be affecting how you look on the outside.

Dermatol Nurs 2009 May-Jun;21(3):157-8

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August 2009
3 Reads