Live webinar on faster healing after Mohs surgery with Kerecis MariGen on August 10, at 8pm. Ryan O’Quinn, MD and Courtney Aldridge, PA-C will discuss the utility, best practices, and their outcomes using fish skin grafts. Our host will be Shellie Beasley director of medical affairs at Kerecis.
A dermatological perspective novel fish skin graft is being used adjunctively following Mohs procedures when primary closure is not possible or when functionality is a concern. Fish skin graft has unique biomechanical and biochemical properties. Its bacteriostatic and temporal degradative nature lead to faster wound healing and improved functional outcomes.