LATEST FINDINGS IN PRIMARY PREVENTION OF ATOPIC DERMATITIS IN CHILDREN ULTIMELE NOUTĂŢI ÎN PREVENŢIA PRIMARĂ A DERMATITEI ATOPICE LA COPII

Laura Daniela Vasile, Mihaela Zait, Roxana Silvian Bumbacea

Abstract


Atopic dermatitis is the most common inflammatory skin disease in children with an increased prevalence and a significant burden on the healthcare system.
Lately, attention has been directed towards prevention methods and ways of reducing the severity of atopic dermatitis . An increased benefit was observed controlling the factors that

can influence the evolution of AD and among them the most important are: diversity of the microbiota, increased fish intake, use of emollients and proactive long-term continuous topical anti-inflammatory therapy.

This article is a review of the most recent findings from the literature on factors that are thought to affect the course of atopic dermatitis. 

Dermatita atopică este una dintre cele mai comune boli cutanate la copii, având o incidenţă crescută şi reprezentând o povară asupra sistemului de sănătate.
În ultimul timp, atenţia s-a îndreptat tot mai mult asupra mijloacelor de prevenire şi reducere a severităţii bolii. S-a observat un beneficiu crescut prin controlarea unor factori ce pot influenţa evoluţia bolii, iar printre aceştia se pot enumera: flora intestinală microbiană, consumul crescut de peşte, folosirea emolientelor cutanate şi a terapiei antiinflamatorii proactive pe termen lung.

Acest articol este o punere la punct a celor mai recente descoperiri din literatură privind factorii care se crede că ar afecta debutul sau evoluţia dermatitei atopice. 



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