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Atopic Dermatitis treatment

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Last updated:27th Jul 2021
Published:27th Jul 2021

Atopic dermatitis is a common inflammatory skin disease predominantly affecting children1. Learn about the current and upcoming treatment classes available to manage the condition and prevent acute flares.

  • Gain clarity regarding classical and targeted treatment options available to alleviate symptoms and prevent an atopic march
  • Look to current research and future possibility for treatments which can target specific pathways and inflammatory mediators
  • Understand the treatment algorithm, including when and how to use specific therapies for varying severities of atopic dermatitis

While atopic dermatitis may spontaneously resolve in patients, it is not curable. 

Many patients will experience chronic disease and so the aims of treatment are limited to2:

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Non-pharmacological management

Identification and avoidance of an individual’s trigger factors allows longer periods of remission or total clearance of symptoms.

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Non-steroidal topical anti-inflammatory treatment

The limited range of topical treatments for atopic dermatitis has led to great interest in novel targeted non-steroidal anti-inflammatory therapies based on a growing understanding of AD pathophysiology. 

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Early treatment of atopic dermatitis is key to optimal treatment outcome in treating skin disease and may also delay or prevent the atopic march.

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There is a clear need for the continued development of targeted therapies, including biologics, which can address specific cytokine pathways implicated in atopic dermatitis.

Biologics include those targeting Th2, Th22, TH17/IL-23 and IgE.

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References

  1. Megna M, Napolitano M, Patruno C, Villani A, Balato A, Monfrecola G, et al. Systemic Treatment of Adult Atopic Dermatitis: A Review. Dermatol Ther (Heidelb). 2017;7(1):1–23.
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