– Thursday –
March 7th, 2023
The latest concerns regarding both global and specific pediatric infectious diseases will be discussed.
Dr. Delgado will discuss the importance of catching HS early and several strategies for managing this progressive and debilitating disease.
To clarify for clinicians the information needed to formulate effective, individualized AD management. Interventions and patient education may lead to impressive increases in AD therapy compliance as well as reductions in chronic AD severity, but some come with drawbacks as well as benefits. Atopic Dermatitis (AD) is a common, complex inflammatory skin disease. Optimal management of this complex disease has become increasingly challenging. This presentation will review infection management and how basic therapy of AD addresses skin barrier defects. With the continued development and approval of new therapies for AD, clinicians require comprehensives overviews of all treatments available, comparing benefits and drawbacks. This presentation highlights three 2023 publications in Dermatology Nurse Practice that this presenter contributed to as an author. The series was provided by and accredited by Dermatology Nurses’ Association.
The differences in assessment for the several conditions characterized by depigmented or hypopigmented patches will be described.
Antibiotics and medications are prescribed daily to treat and manage acute and chronic health issues. Each medication comes with a long list side effects and risks. This presentation will focus on the dermatological side effects of medications.