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During the first week of The Combined Approach programme for adults and older children with atopic eczema, it is necessary to note the circumstances associated with all scratching
There is a special version of The Combined Approach to atopic eczema when a younger child is the patient
Patients prefer lotions and creams, dermatologists prefer ointments. Why?
Just having an open 500G tub of moisturiser in the bathroom is not the best arrangement...small can be better
With atopic eczema, washing the skin with soap and water can leave it dry and itchy
Learning how to help people to help themselves
Some people with atopic eczema seem to do all their scratching when asleep.
Engagement is a term describing the rapport or relationship that occurs between a practitioner and a patient.
On this video follow the progress of one patient at The Chelsea & Westminster Hospital as she goes through The Combined Approach, the successful treatment programme for atopic eczema.
What is the best way to use moisturisers, or emollients, on the skin? Surely more is better than less? No! Its actually a case of less is more effective...