Extensor Tendon Laceration RepairFrom September 2015, Chikungunya, Exploding Heads and Killer Pills!
Extensor tendon lacerations are within our scope of practice. Brian Lin MD helps review tricks of the trade in repair of these, and also potential pitfalls in wound management.11min 54Brian Wai Lin, MD
LIN Sessions – Tricks of the TradeFrom May 2015, Month of Pain! Chest Pain, Jaw Pain, and Animal Bites
The next time you have a simple superficial laceration that is near the eyelid and you are worried about getting dermabond into the patient's eye...stop and remember that Michelle taught you the tegaderm, steristrip and petroleum trick! These might just save you from sticking to your patient!!!17min 34Michelle Lin, MD, Rob Orman, MD, and Anand Swaminathan, MD
Animal BitesFrom May 2015, Month of Pain! Chest Pain, Jaw Pain, and Animal Bites
Does the region in which you practice have animals that are high risk for rabies? Do you know how to determine who needs rabies prophylaxis and who doesn’t? Listen as Chris Amato and Mizuho Spangler review common, and not so common animal bites and wound management.20min 10Chris Amato, MD and Mizuho Morrison, DO
Plastic Pearls – Laceration RepairFrom March 2015, Lacerations, Tylenol, and Bouncebacks… OH MY!?
We are all pretty comfortable with laceration repair...but have some things changed? Wouldn’t it be nice to hear from some plastic surgery experts that what YOU are doing daily for your patients’ laceration is correct? Mike chats with Plastic Surgeon Walt Bernacke MD and PA John Rockwood on these …25min 40Mike Weinstock, MD, Walt Bernacki, MD, and John Rockwood, PA
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