Eczema

Eczema (dermatitis) is characterized as an inflammatory condition with itchy rashes that are similar in appearance. 

2.3 Contact Hours (1 Pharm)

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Learning Objectives
  • Define the classifications, demographics, and pathophysiology of eczema
  • Identify the physical exam findings of eczema based on the timeline of presentation
  • Integrate a diagnostic work up of eczema including patch testing
  • Improve the understanding of the autosensitization (“Id”) phenomenon
  • Develop effective management strategies including patient education and pharmacologic therapeutics
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This course includes 10 videos + 8 clinical scenarios

Introduction
00:01:32
Physical Exam & Eczema Classifications
00:13:19
Nummular Dermatitis
00:03:02
Stasis Dermatitis
00:14:22
Lichen Simplex Chronicus
00:05:52
Dyshidrotic & Asteatotic Eczema
00:06:10
Contact Dermatitis
00:16:29
Prurigo Nodularis
00:05:04
Id Reaction of Eczema
00:02:54
Eczema Management Principles
00:01:24
Clinical Scenario #1
00:04:16
Clinical Scenario #2
00:05:59
Clinical Scenario #3
00:06:29
Clinical Scenario #4
00:02:40
Clinical Scenario #5
00:02:30
Clinical Scenario #6
00:05:28
Clinical Scenario #7
00:04:36
Clinical Scenario #8
00:05:46