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Approach to the Assessment and Management of Adult Patients With Atopic Dermatitis: A Consensus Document

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Gooderham, MJ, Hong, C-H, Albrecht, L, Bissonnette, R, Dhadwal, G, Gniadecki, R, Grewal, P, Kirchhof, MG, Landells, I, Lansang, P, Lynde, CW, Papp, KA, Poulin, Y, Sussman, G, Turchin, I, Wiseman, M & Yeung, J 2018, 'Approach to the Assessment and Management of Adult Patients With Atopic Dermatitis: A Consensus Document' Journal of Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery, vol. 22, no. 1_suppl, pp. 3S-5S. https://doi.org/10.1177/1203475418803627

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Gooderham MJ, Hong C-H, Albrecht L, Bissonnette R, Dhadwal G, Gniadecki R, Grewal P, Kirchhof MG, Landells I, Lansang P, Lynde CW, Papp KA, Poulin Y, Sussman G, Turchin I, Wiseman M, Yeung J. 2018. Approach to the Assessment and Management of Adult Patients With Atopic Dermatitis: A Consensus Document. Journal of Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery. 22(1_suppl):3S-5S. https://doi.org/10.1177/1203475418803627

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Gooderham, Melinda J ; Hong, Chih-Ho ; Albrecht, Lorne ; Bissonnette, Robert ; Dhadwal, Gurbir ; Gniadecki, Robert ; Grewal, Parbeer ; Kirchhof, Mark G ; Landells, Ian ; Lansang, Perla ; Lynde, Chuck W ; Papp, Kim A ; Poulin, Yves ; Sussman, Gordon ; Turchin, Irina ; Wiseman, Marni ; Yeung, Jensen. / Approach to the Assessment and Management of Adult Patients With Atopic Dermatitis : A Consensus Document. In: Journal of Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery. 2018 ; Vol. 22, No. 1_suppl. pp. 3S-5S.

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title = "Approach to the Assessment and Management of Adult Patients With Atopic Dermatitis: A Consensus Document",
abstract = "BACKGROUND:: Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a chronic, relapsing, and remitting inflammatory skin disease with complex pathophysiology, primarily driven by type 2 inflammation. Existing guidelines often do not reflect all current therapeutic options and guidance on the practical management of patients with AD is lacking.OBJECTIVES:: To develop practical, up-to-date guidance on the assessment and management of adult patients with AD.METHODS:: An expert panel of 17 Canadian experts, including 16 dermatologists and 1 allergist, with extensive clinical experience managing moderate-to-severe AD reviewed the available literature from the past 5 years using a defined list of key search terms. This literature, along with clinical expertise and opinion, was used to draft concise, clinically relevant reviews of the current literature. Based on these reviews, experts developed and voted on recommendations and statements to reflect the practical management of adult patients with AD as a guide for health care providers in Canada and across the globe, using a prespecified agreement cutoff of 75{\%}.RESULTS:: Eleven consensus statements were approved by the expert panel and reflected 4 key domains: pathophysiology, assessment, comorbidities, and treatment.CONCLUSIONS:: These statements aim to provide a framework for the assessment and management of adult patients with AD and to guide health care providers in practically relevant aspects of patient management.",
author = "Gooderham, {Melinda J} and Chih-Ho Hong and Lorne Albrecht and Robert Bissonnette and Gurbir Dhadwal and Robert Gniadecki and Parbeer Grewal and Kirchhof, {Mark G} and Ian Landells and Perla Lansang and Lynde, {Chuck W} and Papp, {Kim A} and Yves Poulin and Gordon Sussman and Irina Turchin and Marni Wiseman and Jensen Yeung",
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T1 - Approach to the Assessment and Management of Adult Patients With Atopic Dermatitis

T2 - A Consensus Document

AU - Gooderham, Melinda J

AU - Hong, Chih-Ho

AU - Albrecht, Lorne

AU - Bissonnette, Robert

AU - Dhadwal, Gurbir

AU - Gniadecki, Robert

AU - Grewal, Parbeer

AU - Kirchhof, Mark G

AU - Landells, Ian

AU - Lansang, Perla

AU - Lynde, Chuck W

AU - Papp, Kim A

AU - Poulin, Yves

AU - Sussman, Gordon

AU - Turchin, Irina

AU - Wiseman, Marni

AU - Yeung, Jensen

PY - 2018/11/16

Y1 - 2018/11/16

N2 - BACKGROUND:: Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a chronic, relapsing, and remitting inflammatory skin disease with complex pathophysiology, primarily driven by type 2 inflammation. Existing guidelines often do not reflect all current therapeutic options and guidance on the practical management of patients with AD is lacking.OBJECTIVES:: To develop practical, up-to-date guidance on the assessment and management of adult patients with AD.METHODS:: An expert panel of 17 Canadian experts, including 16 dermatologists and 1 allergist, with extensive clinical experience managing moderate-to-severe AD reviewed the available literature from the past 5 years using a defined list of key search terms. This literature, along with clinical expertise and opinion, was used to draft concise, clinically relevant reviews of the current literature. Based on these reviews, experts developed and voted on recommendations and statements to reflect the practical management of adult patients with AD as a guide for health care providers in Canada and across the globe, using a prespecified agreement cutoff of 75%.RESULTS:: Eleven consensus statements were approved by the expert panel and reflected 4 key domains: pathophysiology, assessment, comorbidities, and treatment.CONCLUSIONS:: These statements aim to provide a framework for the assessment and management of adult patients with AD and to guide health care providers in practically relevant aspects of patient management.

AB - BACKGROUND:: Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a chronic, relapsing, and remitting inflammatory skin disease with complex pathophysiology, primarily driven by type 2 inflammation. Existing guidelines often do not reflect all current therapeutic options and guidance on the practical management of patients with AD is lacking.OBJECTIVES:: To develop practical, up-to-date guidance on the assessment and management of adult patients with AD.METHODS:: An expert panel of 17 Canadian experts, including 16 dermatologists and 1 allergist, with extensive clinical experience managing moderate-to-severe AD reviewed the available literature from the past 5 years using a defined list of key search terms. This literature, along with clinical expertise and opinion, was used to draft concise, clinically relevant reviews of the current literature. Based on these reviews, experts developed and voted on recommendations and statements to reflect the practical management of adult patients with AD as a guide for health care providers in Canada and across the globe, using a prespecified agreement cutoff of 75%.RESULTS:: Eleven consensus statements were approved by the expert panel and reflected 4 key domains: pathophysiology, assessment, comorbidities, and treatment.CONCLUSIONS:: These statements aim to provide a framework for the assessment and management of adult patients with AD and to guide health care providers in practically relevant aspects of patient management.

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