• Atopic dermatitis — tactics of modern therapy

Atopic dermatitis — tactics of modern therapy

SOVREMENNAYA PEDIATRIYA.2017.8(88):106-110; doi 10.15574/SP.2017.88.106

Mokiya-Serbina S. A.
SI «Dnipropetrovsk Medical Academy of Health Ministry of Ukraine», Kryvyi Rih

The lecture is devoted to an actual interdisciplinary problem — to the management of atopic dermatitis in children. The presented materials show the result of the analysis of modern clinical recommendations for diagnosis and therapy of atopic dermatitis and scientific research data. The lecture outlines the basic principles of modern therapy, allowing the doctor not only to correctly orientate in the choice of drug, but also to develop a strategy and tactics for treating a sick child, taking into account its individual characteristics.
Key words: atopic dermatitis, glucocorticosteroids, topical inhibitors of calcineurin.


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