Severe, Active Atopic Eczema Linked to Cardiovascular Outcomes Severe, Active Atopic Eczema Linked to Cardiovascular Outcomes
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Condition: Atopic Dermatitis Interventions: Drug: Tralokinumab; Drug: Caffeine; Drug: Warfarin; Drug: Omeprazole; Drug: Metoprolol; Drug: Midazolam Hydrochloride Sponsor: LEO Pharma Not yet recruiting
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Lizzie Dempsey, 27, from Southampton, says bathing her two children George, now two, and Isla, nine months, in her breast milk helped to cure eczema which they both developed as babies.
Updated Date: Jun 12, 2018 EST
Our data provide evidence for targeting IL-13 alone in atopic dermatitis. Tralokinumab demonstrated meaningful improvements in Eczema Area and Severity Index and Investigator ’s Global Assessment responses, with additional benefits in participants with increased IL-13 activity.
(Natural News) Skin rashes and other forms of allergic reaction on the skin are terrible, and most mothers would feel ten times worse seeing those rashes on their newborn. An entry from the American Herbalists Guild provides some natural remedies for your baby’s protection, as well your own, against infantile dermatitis. (h/t to AmericanHerbalistsGroup.com.) Infant’s treatments Internal Oral...
This article looks at the research on tea tree oil and its potential use as a treatment for eczema. Learn more about its antiviral, anti-itch, and anti-inflammatory properties.
ECZEMA is a dry skin condition that can lead to itchy, cracked and inflamed skin. As the Met Office warns of a hot summer weather forecast, patients could be at risk of painful dermatitis symptoms if they spend too much time in the hot sunshine, it ’s been revealed.
International Journal of Dermatology, EarlyView.
CONCLUSION: With its unconventional methodology, a Google search engine analysis, this study allows a rough estimation of the medical need of pruritus in the German general population, which seems to be higher than expected. Especially pruritus in the anal area was identified as an unmet medical need. PMID: 29876613 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]