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(Atopic dermatitis)
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  • Trends in Atopic Dermatitis Management: Comparison of 1990-1997 to 2003-2012. [Journal Article]
  • JDJ Drugs Dermatol 2018 Feb 01; 17(2):135-140
  • He A, Feldman SR, Fleischer AB
  • CONCLUSIONS: The NAMCS does not follow individual patients over time.TCI use has been decreasing. New topical AD treatments may provide an alternative to TCS, better treatment outcomes for moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis, and an alternative to systemic antihistamines whose efficacy in AD is unproven and whose general use in AD management is discouraged by the American Academy of Dermatology. J Drugs Dermatol. 2018;17(2):135-140.
  • Are skin equipment for assessing childhood eczema any good? [Journal Article]
  • JDJ Dermatolog Treat 2018 Feb 20; :1-15
  • Hon KL, Kung J, … Leung TF
  • CONCLUSIONS: Skin pH (using Mettler Toledo), SH and TEWL (using Delfin equipment) correlated well with various clinical symptomatology scores. Less acidic pH appears to be associated with worse clinical scores of symptomatology, and increase usage of topical antibiotics, These findings not only support the supplementary usage of equipment in aiding objective documentation of clinical symptomatology in eczema therapeutic research but also the advocacy of maintaining more acidic skin and avoiding alkaline soap and emollient products.
  • Atopy Associated With Positive Patch Test and Possible Allergic Contact Dermatitis. [Journal Article]
  • JCJ Cutan Med Surg 2018 Feb 01; :1203475418758988
  • Kirchhof MG, de Gannes GC
  • CONCLUSIONS: We conclude from our study that patients with a personal or family history of atopy have an increased risk of allergic contact dermatitis (ACD). These results provide further evidence for the link between atopy and ACD and suggest that children of atopic parents should avoid potential contact allergens and would likely benefit from prophylactic emollient use.
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