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1. How confident are you in the management of patients with AD in your practice?
2. Atopic dermatitis (AD) is diagnosed based on:
3. AD disease severity is categorized into “mild,” “moderate,” or “severe” based on:
4. What do guidelines recommend to manage acute episodes of inflamed skin when they occur in children with mild AD?
5. In moderate AD, which treatments do guidelines recommend for maintenance?
6. Treatment failure should be considered after a course of topical treatment is tried when the condition:
7. Jacob, a 14-year-old junior high student, complains of excessive itching that prevents him from sleeping at night, resulting in difficulty staying awake and alert at school. He has had AD since he was an infant but maintenance therapy with medium-potency TCS is no longer keeping the disease under control. Should he be considered for biologic therapy?
8. The phase 3 trial that led to the approval of dupilumab for adolescents showed the biologic yielded a 2.5-fold improvement over placebo in which symptom?
9. To improve access to a biologic treatment option for patients with moderate to severe AD, it is important to document the patient’s: