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Reduce pain Prevent potential injury Subungual ulceration Subungual hematoma Cosmesis Not everyone is a candidate for definitive treatment 2
PVD? Neuropathy? Other immunocompromis e? 5
Gloves Eye Protection Gauze Nail nippers Bandaids 6
Depends on the condition of the toenail 11
Pain Potential ulceration Difficult definitive treatment Not all patients are good candidates for surgical treatment 16
Heloma durum (HD) Excrescence Hyperkeratosis Hyperkeratotic papule 17
Tyloma Intractable Plantar Keratosis Hyperkeratotic papule 18
PVD? Neuropathy? Other immunocompromis e? 19
Gauze Blade handle Blade Kelly Forceps Gloves 20
Blood Color Texture Skin Lines 27
Don’t say “oops” Inform the patient Hemostasis Clean with alcohol Dress with antibiotic Cover with a bandaid Patient instructions Follow up 28
C&C is not covered by Medicare, unless… Normal toenails are not covered by Medi-Cal Most private insurance co’s do not cover C&C 30
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