Clinical Care Toolkit
CLINICAL CARE TOOLKIT INTRODUCTION
The information in this “Clinical CareToolkit” is designed to supplement your current knowledge on atopic dermatitis. We have included basic information on symptoms, diagnosis and treatment; information on AD challenges and epidemiology; additional reading; and links to AD and dermatologic societies.
This information is for reference purposes only and clinicians should not make medical decisions based solely on this site. Med Learning Group assumes no liability for inaccuracies or misstatements on this website, and any unauthorized distribution, dissemination, or copying of information on this site is prohibited.
Atopic Dermatitis Management and Techniques: Beyond the Basics
In the US, atopic dermatitis affects ~12% of children and 7% of adults.
Atopic Dermatitis Overview of Current Diagnosis
Patients with presumed atopic dermatitis should be diagnosed based on several criteria, including pruritis, eczema, chronic/relapsing history, and age specific patterns.
A large unmet need exists for better therapeutics for moderate-to-severe AD.
Additional reading and resources about atopic dermatitis for providers.
Brief reference guide of associations/societies with atopic dermatitis information.