Practical Tips for Managing Actinic Keratosis with Photodynamic Therapy in the Clinic


In this episode of MEDcast, expert dermatologists delve into the practical aspects of using photodynamic therapy (PDT) for treatment of actinic keratosis. Specialists are sharing their protocols, advances in PDT delivery, tips for training clinical staff and communicating with patients.

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0:00 Introduction

1:00 The role of photodynamic therapy in the treatment of actinic keratosis

5:11 PDT protocols for actinic keratosis

10:40 Refining photodynamic therapy protocols in real world settings

16:21 Setting treatment expectation with your patient with actinic keratosis

19:30 The role of the clinical staff in administrating PDT for actinic keratosis

22:50 Advancements in PDT protocols that have enhanced efficacy of treatment.

27:30 Practical tips for starting PDT in your clinical practice

32:25 Looking ahead into the future of PDT

34:35 Summary

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