WAIKOLOA, HAWAII – “Nothing can ruin your day more than a lot of bleeding,” said Mohs surgeon Daniel Siegel, MD, clinical professor of dermatology at the State University of New York Downstate Medical Center, New York.
“Part of planning for surgery is to prevent that sort of problem,” and fortunately,and some are very inexpensive. There’s even a “fancy form of potato starch” that can be left in the wound and sewn over, he said in an interview at the Hawaii Dermatology Seminar, provided by Global Academy for Medical Education/Skin Disease Education Foundation.
During the interview,described several options and how to use them. They are good products to have on hand in the clinic, just in case, he said.
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