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1. How confident are you in the management of patients with atopic dermatitis (AD) in your practice?
2. Tommy, a 4-year-old boy with moderate-to-severe AD, gets frequent cutaneous, ear, and other infections. In addition to possibly considering a different treatment approach for his AD, what should Tommy’s doctor be most concerned about?
3. A survey of patients with AD that measured treatment satisfaction found that patients were less satisfied, overall, with their treatment’s:
4. For adults with AD, what are the two leading triggers of itch?
5. Which statement regarding AD pain is true?
6. What type of therapy is most appropriate for a 31-year-old woman with a 3-year history of severe AD (IGA=4, EASI=30, PPNRS=7, 50% body surface involvement) who shows inadequate response to TCS over the past 6 weeks?
7. How do JAK inhibitors differ from biologics with regard to their mechanism of action?
8. According to findings of the head-to-head Phase 3 JADE COMPARE trial, which of the following is true regarding the impact of treatment on clinical itch in patients with moderate-to-severe AD?