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Translating Patient-Oriented Eczema Measure (POEM) scores into clinical practice by suggesting severity strata derived using anchor-based methods
The Patient‐Oriented Eczema Measure (POEM) is a validated, patient‐derived assessment measure for monitoring atopic eczema severity, although further information on how different POEM scoresExpand
Atopic eczema and domestic water hardness
Exposure to hard water in the home may increase the risk of eczema in children of primary-school age and there was a significant direct relation between both 1-year period and lifetime prevalence of Eczema and water hardness, both before and after adjustment for confounders. Expand
The Cochrane Skin Group. Preparing, maintaining, and disseminating systematic reviews of clinical interventions in dermatology.
The Cochrane Skin Group aims to become the best source of unbiased external evidence for summarizing the effects of dermatological care. Expand
Overview of studies of treatments for hand eczema—the EDEN hand eczema survey
A large number of interventions ranging from topical steroids to oral ciclosporin are used, but their evidence base and the best methods to assess their efficacy are uncertain. Expand
Prevalence and associated factors of atopic dermatitis symptoms in rural and urban Ethiopia
Allergic diseases, including atopic dermatitis (AD), are increasingly becoming a clinical problem in developing countries and the number of cases is increasing. Expand
Validation of the International Study of Asthma and Allergies in Children (ISAAC) and U.K. criteria for atopic eczema in Ethiopian children
This work states that reliable diagnostic criteria for atopic eczema in developing countries where English is not the first language are essential in order to make international comparisons and to identify possible disease risk factors. Expand
On the definition and epidemiology of atopic dermatitis.
Hospital-derived criteria for atopic dermatitis may need to be refined before being applied to epidemiologic studies, but these findings put us one step nearer to the dream of disease prevention. Expand
Comparators, study duration, outcome measures and sponsorship in therapeutic trials of psoriasis: update of the EDEN Psoriasis Survey 2001–2006
This data indicates that continued use of a single treatment for psoriasis for at least two years after treatment with a second drug may be beneficial for patients with the disease. Expand
Epidemiology of skin diseases in Europe.
Auteur(s) : H. Williams, A. Svensson, Th. Diepgen, L. Naldi, P. Grob, J.N. Elsner, J.-J. Expand
Psychosocial factors and adherence to treatment advice in childhood atopic dermatitis.
Poor adherence to maintenance treatment for atopic dermatitis and anxiety about using topical steroids are common features seen among children with atopic dermatitis and their mothers. No systematicExpand