Schuco was once again delighted to attend the 99th British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) meeting that was held on 2nd – 4th July 2019 in the award-winning ACC Liverpool. Delegates within the field of dermatology travel from far and wide to attend this respected event which moves around the country every year.

The scientific programme was of its usual high standard. Lectures included ‘Speciality Site Melanomas’,  ‘Psoriasis Relapse’,  ‘Skin Cancer Prevention’ & ‘Therapeutic relevance of newly discovered skin immune cells’. Keynote speakers from around the world, such as Chris Miller (USA),  Jie Zheng (China), Craig Sinclair (Australia) came to impart their wisdom to fellow delegates across the 3 days.

Meanwhile at the Schuco stand there was the usual strong interest in our display of the DermLite range – the market leader in dermatoscopes – including the impressive DL4.  This fourth generation device offers a 4-mode lighting system, pigment boost and magnetic ring that allows for seamless snap-on connection to mobile phones, iPads and cameras.  Making the DL4 a perfect tool for healthcare professionals carrying out lesion screening.

We also gave an official debut to our exciting new Horus HS skin imaging system, the first with 4K ULTRA-HD resolution.  Throughout the event this truly innovative technology received extremely positive feedback from key people across the industry.


Horus provides integrated total-body mapping and sequential dermoscopy, with best in class ergonomics and plug and play ease of use.  Options include “FAV” fluorescence probe for in vivo Video-microscopy.  Video-capillaroscopy and Video-trichoscopy are also possible.  You can find out more about Horus systems here.

For us at Schuco, it was another successful and highly enjoyable event. We had the chance to catch up with familiar faces and meet interesting attendees from all over the country.

Thank you to everyone who came to see us, and to the British Association of Dermatologists for having us. We look forward to returning for the centenary event in 2020!