Requires completion of course :
Brygel’s Suture Tool Kit
Lumps and Bumps
Various lumps and bumps often present in primary care requiring simple treatment in an office environment. The key with all lumps and bumps is the correct diagnosis. Brygel covers a vast range of lumps and bumps and details how to confidently diagnose them.
Going through each condition Brygel demonstrates with high quality surgical videos the various options for treatment of:
Lipomata, both simple and multiloculated, sebaceous cysts, pilar cysts, non-infected and infected with abscess.
In this course Brygel also demonstrates:
- Drainage of an abscess, head and neck lumps and needle aspiration cytology.
- A variety of local anaesthetic techniques for the treatment of non-infected and infected sebaceous cysts.
- Several surgical methods depending on the sites on the body, the severity of the infection and the skill and experience of the practitioner.
- The management of the resultant cavity following the removal of a cyst and how to avoid damage to underlying structures.
Also covered in detail are subcutaneous lipomata from small to large, the tips and tricks of doing this procedure simply and avoiding excessive bleeding.
In all these procedures suturing is practiced and the techniques of delayed primary closure are discussed.
|01.1 SurgiSkills Orientation||00:05:00|
|This module provides an overview of the SurgiSkills websites and outlines how you use this site to customise your profiles, view the lectures, download files, complete quiz’s, ask questions and view questions and answers from other students.|
|02.1 Ingrown Toenail: Introduction||FREE||00:02:00|
|This module introduces the course lecturer, Associate Professor Maurice Brygel and outlines what will be covered in this course.|
|03.1 Office Procedures||00:03:00|
|This is a general office procedures overview and covers a variety of subjects to help you get your head around doing procedures in your consulting room or clinic treatment room. This module includes informed consent, preparing the patient for office procedures, principles of wound healing, factors that affect wound healing, wound complications and aseptic technique.|
|04.1 Ingrown Toenail: Diagnosis||00:05:00|
|05.1 Anatomy of the Toe||00:02:00|
|06.1 Conservative Measures||00:02:00|
|07.1 Surgical Options||00:04:00|
|08.1 Digital Block||00:09:00|