Michael Bigby, Andrew Herxheimer, Luigi Naldi, Berthold Rzany, Robert Dellavalle, Yuping Ran, Masutaka Furue
John Wiley & Sons, 05.06.2014 - 680 Seiten
Be sure your skin-care treatments have strong evidential support
Evidence-based Dermatology, Third Edition takes a unique approach to clinical dermatology by emphasising use of only the highest quality available evidence when treating people with skin diseases.
Beginning with a toolbox introduction to the practice of evidence-based dermatology, it then covers the application of evidence for dermatological treatments across a wide range of ailments, including:
• Common inflammatory skin diseases
• Skin cancer, moles and actinic keratoses
• Infective skin disease, exanthems and infestations
• Disorders of pigmentation
In addition, many of the rarer skin disorders are also included so as to provide comprehensive coverage of the topic.
World-leading experts in dermatology follow a clinical approach for each disease, and as well as providing their expert guidance on the description and diagnosis of dermatologic disorders, they also discuss common dilemmas that clinicians face when considering the best approach to patient management. ‘Key Points’ accompany each chapter to provide a quick review of the most important points.
Clinically oriented and practically focused, Evidence-based Dermatology ensures that your treatments are entirely patient-focused and fully supported by the very latest medical evidence.
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lichen planus Table 28 1
Summary of data from RCTs of the treatment
Treatment of Cutaneous Melanoma
Treatment of Squamous Cell
1 Quality of evidence in a study of a diagnostic
Critical Appraisal of Diagnostic Studies
Inclusion and Exclusion Criteria
1 Summary of the advantages
Guidelines for Critical Appraisalof Pharmacoeconomic Studies
Comparative Effectiveness Research WhatIt Is and How to Assess ItsQuality
Introduction WhatCan We Do with Outcomes?
Qualitative Research and EvidenceBased
1 Methods used in qualitative research
Methods Critical Appraisal and MetaAnalysis
Other Useful Resources
What Are the Patients Values?
1 RCTs of skin cleansers and abrasives
2 Benzoyl peroxide BP doseresponse RCTs
4 Targets of acne therapies
The Primary Preventionof Atopic
Treatment of Psoriasis
1 The results of RCTs evaluating the use of pimecrolimus cream 1 in perioral dermatitis
Implications for Clinical Practice
Infective Skin Diseases Exanthems
Deep Fungal Infections
Acquired Subepidermal Bullous
SECTION2 Skin Cancer Moles and Actinic
Acne Vulgaris Background Questions
Pruritus in Hematological Diseases
Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Itch
Pruritus in Pregnancy Unrelatedto Skin Diseases
Vulval Lichen sclerosus Erosive Lichen Planus and Vulvodynia
Erosive Lichen Planus
Where Do We Go from Here?
Progress and Future Prospects for Evidence Based Dermatology Acknowledgments