Skin care

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  • Hispanic skin care, like the skin care for any “race” of people is not a one size fits all proposition. There is no “latina skin type”. Latina skin varies widely and your needs will be unique. Like African Americans, Latinas skin color and type varies. However, there are some useful generalities when it comes to the care of brown skin. Darker skinned Hispanics skin care will be very similar to the needs of African Americans. Treasured Locks is committed to helping people with all skin types. But, our particular focus is on African American and Hispanic skin and hair care needs....

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  • It is the world’s top 4 largest selling prestige brands of skin care and color cosmetic . Manufactured in one of the world’s most modern and sophisticated cosmetic manufacturing plant. 

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Cosmetic dermatology - Principles and practice" presents the following contents: Cosmetic procedures (botulinum toxin, dermal fillers, lasers and light devices, facial scar revision,...), skin care (cleansing agents, moisturizing agents, depigmenting agents, fragrance, preservatives,...), other (bioengineering of the skin, scales used to classify skin, the psychosocial aspects of cosmetic dermatology).

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  • Infectious diseases continue to represent a major diagnostic and therapeutic challenge in the critical care unit. Infectious diseases maintain their preeminence in the critical care unit setting because of their frequency and importance in the critical unit patient population. Since the first edition of Infectious Diseases in Critical Care Medicine, there have been newly described infectious diseases to be considered in differential diagnosis, and new antimicrobial agents have been added to the therapeutic armamentarium.

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  • Tuberculosis Important measures for the control of tuberculosis (Chap. 158) include prompt recognition, isolation, and treatment of cases; recognition of atypical presentations (e.g.

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  • Employee Health Service Issues An institution's employee health service is a critical component of its infection-control efforts.

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  • A growing body of literature argues that the availability and mix of physician specialties in areas is important for health outcomes. Areas with fewer specialists but higher generalists per capita were found to have better health outcomes or quality of care [21,22]. Goodman [23] found that greater physician supply is associated with both higher area income and lower mortality rates, and argued that regional variations in health outcomes and physician supply will exist as long as there are differences across communities in economic status.

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  • Split thickness skin grafting procedure is a simple but essential and important one to achieve closure of a full thickness or deep partial thickness skin defect. It needs to be performed with care and precision for successful outcome. The present publication is devoted to skin grafts. Three important components of this procedure are preparation of wound bed, fixation of skin grafts to the recipient area to improve possibility of graft take and management of skin graft donor area for both full thickness and split thickness grafts. The chapters have been distributed in these three sections....

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  • A number of immunologically mediated skin diseases and immunologically mediated systemic disorders with cutaneous manifestations are now recognized as distinct entities with consistent clinical, histologic, and immunopathologic findings. Many of these disorders are due to autoimmune mechanisms. Clinically, they are characterized by morbidity (pain, pruritus, disfigurement) and in some instances by mortality (largely due to loss of epidermal barrier function and/or secondary infection).

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  • The National Cancer Guidance Steering Group, as it is now called, was set up soon after the Calman-Hine report was published. It was charged with developing guidance for the implementation of the new policy in NHS services for the common cancers, starting with breast. There was no precedent for this type of document, and apart from the recognition that the guidance should complement existing clinical guidelines, no clear picture as to what the documents should be like, nor clarity about the ground they should cover.

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  • Thirty years ago when I was a novice home care nurse, I was assigned to Margaret, a 70-year-old woman with terminal liver cancer. She lived with her husband and a disabled son. For five months, I struggled in vain to make her comfortable, to control her pain, to relieve her physical symptoms. I watched her diminish in front of me, her skin breaking down, her eyes glazed with pain, and I felt a growing helplessness. Looking back, I know she sensed my helplessness. I remember walking into her bedroom one day with dread. She was comfortable only in the fetal position on her left side. It was...

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  • (BQ) Part 1 book "Cosmetics and dermatologic problems and solutions" presents the following contents: Acne and cosmetics, rosacea and cosmetics, facial moisturizers and eczema, aging skin and cosmeceuticals, ethnic skin and pigmentation, male skin care, postsurgical cosmetics, troubleshooting problematic ingredients,...

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  • Abstract Intercellular signaling by cytokines is a vital feature of the innate immune system. In skin, an inflammatory response is mediated by cytokines and an entwined network of cellular communication between T-cells and epidermal keratinocytes. Dysregulated cytokine production, orchestrated by activated T-cells homing to the skin, is believed to be the main cause of psoriasis, a common inflammatory skin disorder.

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  • The challenge of examining the skin lies in distinguishing normal from abnormal, significant findings from trivial ones, and in integrating pertinent signs and symptoms into an appropriate differential diagnosis. The fact that the largest organ in the body is visible is both an advantage and a disadvantage to those who examine it. It is advantageous because no special instrumentation is necessary and because the skin can be biopsied with little morbidity. However, the casual observer can be misled by a variety of stimuli and overlook important, subtle signs of skin or systemic disease. ...

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  • It is now a generally accepted concept in medicine that the skin can show signs of internal disease. Therefore, in textbooks of medicine one finds a chapter describing in detail the major systemic disorders that can be identified by cutaneous signs. The underlying assumption of such a chapter is that the clinician has been able to identify the disorder in the patient and needs only to read about it in the textbook.

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  • Melanoma Pigmented lesions are among the most common findings on skin examination. The challenge is to distinguish cutaneous melanomas, which may be lethal, from the remainder, which with rare exceptions are benign. Examples of malignant and benign pigmented lesions are shown in Fig. 83-1. Figure 83-1 Atypical and malignant pigmented lesions. The most common melanoma is superficial spreading melanoma (not pictured).

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  • Many of us are skin conscious. We often want our skin to look young and healthy and we really do something just to protect our skin from whatever possible harms there may be in our environment. Well, our skin is our largest organ performing several functions. It primarily protects us against the invasion of foreign substances and it serves as the transfer point for the release of toxins from our bodies, thus our skin is just worthy of protection and care. Now, if you found yourself coveting the gorgeous skin of fashion models and celebrities in most of today’s...

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  • (BQ) Part 1 book "Dermatology skills for primary care - An illustrated guide" presents the following contents: Basic skills; papular, papulosquamous and papulo vesicular skin lesions; epidermal, dermal and epidermal dermal lesions; epidermal and dermal lesions, eczematous lesions and atrophies,

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Dermatology skills for primary care - An illustrated guide" presents the following contents: Pigmented, Pre-Malignant, and common malignant skin lesions; vesiculo - bullous and papulo pustular disorders.

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  • Preparation of this report and related maintenance and updating of the GISAH was a collaborative effort between the WHO Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse, Management of Substance Abuse, and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), Toronto, Canada. Contributions from Louis Gliksman, Jürgen Rehm and Marg Rylett of CAMH as well as from Gerhard Gmel of the Swiss Institute for the Prevention of Alcohol and Drug Problems, Lausanne, Switzerland, were essential to the development of this report.

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