In this video interview, Fatima Khan, MD, discusses how atopic dermatitis can be detrimental to pediatric patients sleep, how the condition can change as the patient gets older, and more.
Experts discuss the impact of misinformation in medicine at the current ACAAI annual scientific meeting.
In a session at ACAAI’s Annual Scientific Meeting, David R. Weldon, MD, FACAAI, FAAAI, demonstrates punch biopsies for allergists and discusses the importance of knowing when to collaborate with dermatologists.
Patch testing can prove very useful in patients with suspected sensitization to a variety of allergens contained in personal care products and orthopedic implants.
Helen Brough, MA, MSc, PhD, MBBS, FAAAAI, FRCPCH, discusses the role of AD skin in infants and emollient application for preventing food allergy.
In this video interview, Mark Serota, MD, highlights the key talking points from his session at the 2021 ACAAI annual scientific meeting.
Involving patients with atopic dermatitis in decisions about developing their treatment plan can lead to improved treatment outcomes and higher satisfaction, the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (ACAAI) medical director said in a luncheon presentation at the college’s 2021 Annual Scientific Symposium.
In this video interview, Jeff Yu, MD, highlights key talking points from his session on regional dermatitis and rash from the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology annual scientific meeting.
A study presented at the 2021 ACAAI annual scientific meeting shows data demonstrating severe atopic dermatitis in pediatric patients is better controlled through multidisciplinary clinics.
There are several fine nuances and differences in the presentation of atopic dermatitis in patients with skin of color that differ from the presentation seen in patients with lighter skin types. As such, clinicians should be aware of these differences to improve the treatment and management of AD in patients with skin of color.