Managing atopic dermatitis with systemic therapies in adults and adolescents: An Australian/New Zealand narrative

Marius Rademaker, Karen Agnew, Megan Andrews, Christopher Baker, Peter Foley, Kurt Gebauer, Monisha Gupta, Diana M. Rubel, Colin Somerville, John Sullivan, Li Chuen Wong

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Abstract

With the rapid development of new, targeted therapies for the treatment of moderate/severe atopic dermatitis, it is opportune to review the available conventional systemic agents. We assess the published evidence for systemic therapies for atopic dermatitis and amalgamate this with real-world experience. Discussions are centred on when systemic therapy should be considered, which drug(s), what dose, how to sequence or combine these therapies, how long they should be continued for and what is considered success.

Original languageEnglish
JournalAustralasian Journal of Dermatology
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Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 16 Sep 2019

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Rademaker, Marius ; Agnew, Karen ; Andrews, Megan ; Baker, Christopher ; Foley, Peter ; Gebauer, Kurt ; Gupta, Monisha ; Rubel, Diana M. ; Somerville, Colin ; Sullivan, John ; Wong, Li Chuen. / Managing atopic dermatitis with systemic therapies in adults and adolescents : An Australian/New Zealand narrative. In: Australasian Journal of Dermatology. 2019.
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Rademaker, M, Agnew, K, Andrews, M, Baker, C, Foley, P, Gebauer, K, Gupta, M, Rubel, DM, Somerville, C, Sullivan, J & Wong, LC 2019, 'Managing atopic dermatitis with systemic therapies in adults and adolescents: An Australian/New Zealand narrative' Australasian Journal of Dermatology. https://doi.org/10.1111/ajd.13141

Managing atopic dermatitis with systemic therapies in adults and adolescents : An Australian/New Zealand narrative. / Rademaker, Marius; Agnew, Karen; Andrews, Megan; Baker, Christopher; Foley, Peter; Gebauer, Kurt; Gupta, Monisha; Rubel, Diana M.; Somerville, Colin; Sullivan, John; Wong, Li Chuen.

In: Australasian Journal of Dermatology, 16.09.2019.

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