Traditional and popular treatments aimed at calming the often intense pruritus that accompanies atopic dermatitis might not be optimal therapeutic options, according to a recent review.
Videos Atopic Dermatitis
In this video, Dr. Bobby Lazzara discusses a recent study trial that examined the use of twice daily soaking baths vs. twice weekly soaking baths in a small pediatric population with atopic dermatitis.
In the video, Dr. Lazzara discusses a study that examined the initial effects of a single use IgE-selective immunoadsorber column for the treatment of severe atopic dermatitis.
Adult atopic dermatitis patients with moderate-to-severe disease who were treated with systemic agents reported a high level of disease-related burden despite those treatments, says a recent study.
A study recently investigated the effects of probiotics on clinical symptoms, immune response, and gut microbiota in patients with atopic dermatitis. Dr. Lazzara explains what researchers discovered in this video.
Real-world outcomes from treating adults with moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis with dupilumab are similar to what researchers have found in clinical trials, according to this study.
In this Medical News Minute, Dr. Lazzara discusses the findings of a recent study that examined the dosage of an experimental drug for the treatment of itchy skin in people with atopic dermatitis.
Dermatologists should not depend on a rescue approach for atopic dermatitis flares, says a recent paper. Instead, they should talk with patients about newer treatment options that could offer long-term disease with minimal adverse events.
In this video, Dr. Lazzara discusses a study that examined operational definitions of atopic dermatitis in the literature, and their potential effect on prevalence and associated risk factors.
Twenty-five percent of adults with atopic dermatitis report the disease started in adulthood. Yet, diagnosing adult-onset atopic dermatitis can challenge even expert clinicians. Here's what you need to know.