Now available, this course provides plastic surgeons with an overview of malignant hyperthermia, the cause and pathophysiology of the disease, along with the signs and symptoms to recognize and establish the diagnosis.
More than 30 hours of expert talks from Aesthetica are now on PSEN. Topics cover complications and dueling perspectives in Breast, Body and Face.
Joseph Dayan, MD, demonstrates flap harvest and breast reconstruction using the new alternative DUG flap, in this month's Surgery Spotlight video program.
Join the conversation, as this month’s discussion highlights the use of narcotics, multimodal therapies, the rise of NSAID use, and the cost of pain management.Patient Safety Discussion hosts monthly topics regarding patient safety. The forum encourages open conversation that will be community driven and committee guided.
PSEN has more than 45 hours of lectures and panels recorded from this year's meeting. Order your access today!
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More than 30 hours of expert talks from Aesthetica are now available through PSEN. Topics cover complications and dueling perspectives in Breast, Body and Face. The Aesthetica Super Symposium combined the content and approaches of three previous ASPS Symposia: Dueling Perspectives in Aesthetic Plastic … Continue reading →
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