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Open AccessOC08 – Care for the children with severe forms of atopic dermatitis

09 May 2016

Nursing Children and Young People

Supplement

Theme: Complex health care and chronic disease management. Fast progress in medicine brings new development and new methods in treatment for children and youth with...

Treating cement burns in the emergency department

01 March 2013

Emergency Nurse

Art & Science

Use of cement is widespread in the UK and warnings about burns caused by contact with the material are usually printed on bags and delivery dockets. Nevertheless,...

Contact dermatitis:types, triggers and treatment strategies

05 May 2009

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

This article provides an overview of the issues involved in the assessment and management of patients presenting with contact dermatitis. It describes the different...

Helping hands

11 January 2011

Nursing Standard

General Article

Hand eczema can seriously affect nurses’ lives, but new treatments are available.

Contact dermatitis: types, triggers and treatment strategies

29 April 2009

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

This article provides an overview of the issues involved in the assessment and management of patients presenting with contact dermatitis. It describes the different...

Psychodermatology: assessment, treatment and management

13 December 2018

Mental Health Practice

skin diseases and disorders

Psychodermatology is the interaction between skin and mind. Psychodermatological conditions are present in many patients with a mental health condition or mental...

Prevention and management of incontinence-associated dermatitis

03 July 2013

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

Maintaining skin integrity in people with incontinence is challenging. Incontinence is common in older people and those compromised by medical or surgical...

Identifying, diagnosing and managing skin allergies

28 April 2016

Primary Health Care

CPD

There are several skin conditions that can be triggered by allergy. These allergies can be extremely uncomfortable, cause a great deal of distress, anxiety and...

Current clinical practice in atopic dermatitis

06 August 2014

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

Atopic dermatitis affects both children and adults, and often presents in early life as itchy, dry skin primarily located on the face, trunk and limbs. There is...

Barrier products in the treatment of incontinence-associated dermatitis

Nursing Standard

evidence & practice

This article reviews contemporary primary research studies to establish the evidence supporting the use of barrier products and evaluate practice regarding their use...