Evidence-based, peer reviewed, best-practice management guidelines for dermatologists Incorporates the basic guidelines that have been expanded with extra material including: Web address for the guideline Editorial comment Links to additional guidelines from other international organizations Links to the BADas patient-information leaflets Other patient-oriented information. The guidelines themselves are grouped for ease of use into: Dermatoses Infections Neoplasms Specific therapeutic agents The guidelines provide a thoroughly rounded and grounded approach to best-practice dermatologic management using evidence-based principles with additional access to patient-oriented information. For fast access to proven standards of care, dermatologists worldwide can turn to the BAD Management Guidelines with confidence.I Mi- w l 100i; aquot;230-1 lla#39;SchmuuCAJkumsLvm Nupennol Panmnkncnd. ... fulmvulgmv u mdomIndMIIU-Iha M 2009; a#39;USU-N. I28 Ilorn H. Wolf P. Topkal mnhyl Mm MIN-IR W for the mama: o! fouka#39;ullb. limb-ad Pin-d Ila-ll 2007; aquot;:HS-I. I!) Mono T. Mono 0. ... Cumpanum aMy of pbolcr dynamx Ihtnpy n C0, hm upona#39;mion In manna oi wndylmm mmu- a aquot;Manual damn! ma! II I [In-1H I007; ISa#39;zUb-IO HS Ink CI).
|Title||:||British Association of Dermatologists' Management Guidelines|
|Author||:||Neil Cox, John English|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2011-02-18|