Bill Lear, MD, Discusses Development of HEMIGARD ARS

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Bill Lear, MD, Discusses Development of HEMIGARD ARS

Bill Lear, MD, Mohs surgeon now but 5-year emergency physician previously, talks with Dr. Mark Plaster of Emergency Physician Monthly about how being an ER doc nurtured his inventive skills which eventually led to his development of the HEMIGARD ARS device. The HEMIGARD ARS device manages lateral wound tension to close excisions, lacerations, and incisions in fragile or high tension or at-risk wounds.

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