MASTER I (Compendium of Aparatologia Medical systems – Aesthetics) – ENGLISH LANGUAGE

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 Master I (Compendium of Aparatologia Medical systems – Aesthetics)

 

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Temary MASTER I  (Compendium of Aparatologia Medical systems – Aesthetics)

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INDEX   MASTER

MEDICAL EQUIPMENT – AESTHETIC

 

Compendium Volumen I

INDEX

PROLOGUE…………………………………………………………….

1.- BASIC KNOWLEDGE

– Functioning of the skin

  • Skin functions.
  • Tanned and dark skin.
  • PITZPATRICK scale

            – Functioning of hair

  • Types of hair.
  • Hair structure.
  • Hair follicle.
  • The hair growth cycle.
  • The cycle according to the parts of the body.
  • Hirsutism and Hypertrichose.

            – Facial

  • Spots: What are spots?
  • Causes and Factors.
  • Types of Spots.
  • Acne: What is acne?
  • How does acne develop.
  • Types of acne.
  • Wrinkles: What are wrinkles?
  • What causes wrinkles.
  • Types of wrinkles.
  • Telangiectasias: What are Telangiectasias?

            – Corporal

  • What is Cellulitis?

o Phases.

  • What is flaccidity?

o Causes and Factors

           

– Tattoos

  • Tattoos: What are tattos?
  • Types of tattos
  • Temporary
  • Permanent
  • Micropigmentation

            – Lasers on the market

  • Ruby
  • Alexandrite
  • Diode
  • ND: YAG
  • IPL

2.- IPL………………………………………………………………

            – Lasers and pulsed light systems

  • Wavelength
  • Filters
  • Pulse duration
  • Yield or Energy
  • UV light and IR light

            – Light depilation

  • Selective absorption principle
  • Photomechanical depilation
  • Photothermal depilation
  • Pulse set / Pulse or Multipulse cart
  • The advantages of Pulsed Light over other technologies used for Depilation

– Facial phototherapy

– Conclusion

  • Client management procedure
  • IPL practical treatment
  • Protocols

3.- DIODE………………………………………………………………….

            – LASER DIODE – Frequently Asked Questions

  • What does the laser Diode consist of?
  • What is the laser Diode’s mechanism of action?
  • What are the advantages of the laser Diode?
  • What are the limitations of the laser Diode?
  • For what kind of skin is the laser Diode recommended?
  • Which are the the phases of hair follicle activity?
  • What period of time needs to pass until a complete depilation is achieved?
  • How much time must pass between sessions?
  • Do NDV DIODEs offer greater efficiency? Why?
  • Is the laser Diode recommended for male depilation?
  • Does the laser Diode require medical control or does it only need aesthetic control?
  • What is the Super Hair Removal technology?
  • How does the Super Hair Removal mode work?
  • What are the advantages of the Super Hair Removal mode?
  • What are the disadvantages of the Super Hair Removal mode?
  • Is the application of the Super Hair Removal technology complex?
  • Is there an standard SHR application method?

– COMPARISION

  • LASER DIODE
  • ALEXANDRITE LASER
  • IPL

          

– CONCLUSION

  • Client management procedure
  • IPL practical treatment
  • Protocols

 

4.- E-LIGHT SYSTEM. ………………………………………………………………………….

             – FUNCTIONING OF THE E-LIGHT SYSTEM.

  • What is the E-LIGHT system?

a)IPL.

What is it for.

  1. b) RADIOFREQUENCY.

What is it for.

           

– E-LIGHT SYSTEM APPLICATIONS

  • Use and Technique.

  – CONCLUSIONS

  • Range of Treatments.

5.-ND: YAG, Q-switched………………………………………………………..

            – ND LASER INTRODUCTION : YAG, Q-switched

  • ND laser selective treatment for tattoos: YAG, Q-Switched.
  • ND LASER: YAG

            – FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE TATTOO REMOVAL.

  • Colour – Body localization – Size.
  • How does laser tattoo removal work.

– ONYCHOMYCOSIS TREATMENT

  • What is onychomycosis.

            – CLINICAL TREATMENTS AND PARAMETERS

  • Clinical Applications.
  • Conclusions, A few questions and answers.

– Is the Technique Painful?

– How many sessions are necessary for tattoo removal

– Is the laser as effective in the removal of all the ink colours?

– Is the tattoo removed completely?

– What aftercare is needed after the treatment?.

– Spot Removal

6.- RADIOFREQUENCY……………………………………………………..

            – FUNCTIONING OF RADIOFREQUENCY

  • What is Radiofrequency.

a)Types of Radiofrequency.

  • What is it for.

            –  RADIOFREQUENCIES

  • Monopolar (Unipolar) Radiofrequency.
  • Bipolar Radiofrequency.
  • Tripolar Radiofrequency.
  • Pentapolar Radiofrequency.

            – HOW DO THEY WORK AND WHAT ARE THEY FOR

(Usage and Technique monopolar – bipolar – tripolar – pentapolar)

  • Protocols
  • Indications/Instructions of RF.
  • How is RF applied.

7.- CAVITATION…………………………………………………………………

            – FUNCTIONING OF CAVITATION.

  • What is Cavitation.
  • What is it for.
  • Functions:

a)Corporal.

b)Facial.

– TYPES OF CAVITATION

  • Stable Cavitation. (1 MHz )
  • Unstable Cavitation. (40 Khz)
  • Implosive Cavitation. (1 MHz and 40 Khz)

            – HOW DO THEY WORK AND WHAT ARE THEY FOR

(Cavitation 1MHz – 40 KHz)

            – ANNEX (Conducted Studies)

  • Protocols

8- CRYOLIPOLYSIS……………………………………………….

            – CRYOLIPOLYSIS HISTORY.

  • Benefits of Cryolipolysis.

a)Against localized fat.

– Zones (objectives)

– Observed results.

  • Side effects.

            – CONDUCTED STUDIES.

  • Noninvasive cryolipolysis for the destruction of fat cells.
  • Selective Cryolipolysis
  • Cryolipolysis for the reduction of thr subcutaneous fat layer.
  • Clinical effectiveness of
  • Subcutaneous noninvasive cryolipolysis.

            – PATIENTS’ MOST FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS.

  • What is Cryolipolysis?
  • How does Cryolipolysis work?
  • What happens to fat cells?
  • What clinical evidence supports that the procedure really works?
  • How long does it take to see results?
  • What happens if we compare this results with invasive liposuction procedures?
  • How long do the results last?
  • What are the more common effects after the treatment?
  • How long does a session last?
  • Is the application of the Cryolipolysis system painful?
  • Is there an inactivity period after the treatment?
  • Can you apply other systems after Cryolipolysis?
  • Am I a good candidate for the use of this system?
  • Why is the Cryolipolysis system different from other procedures?

            – QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT CRYOLIPOLYSIS

  • About Cryolipolysis.
  • Key Benefits of Cryolipolysis.
  • The length of the sessions and how many are needed?
  • The results.
  • How does Cryolipolysis work?
  • What can be noticed during and after a session?
  • What differences are there with other methods?
  1. a) Efficiency.
  2. b) Safety.
  3. c) The patient’s goal.
  • Who is an ideal candidate for Cryolipolysis?
  1. a) Science that endorses Cryolipolysis?

            – FUNCTIONING OF CRYOLIPOLYSIS

  • Clinically Tested.
  1. a) Availability of equipment with Cryolipolysis system.

Stages.

– Stage 1

– Stage 2

– Stage 3

  • Common questions and answers about treatments.
  1. a) Can Cryolipolysis be combined with CAVITATION + RF?
  • Other Studies and References.
  • The Cold Thermogenesis protocol
  • The Impact of Cold exposure in adipocytes.

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