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Pan-European guidelines for the treatment of psoriasis and comorbid conditions

Presented By
Prof. Alexander Nast, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany
Conference
WPPAC 2021
Recently, guidelines for the treatment of psoriasis have been developed under the umbrella of a new system called EuroGuiDerm, a pan-European initiative launched by the European Dermatology Forum and supported by many national dermatological societies to develop high-quality joint European guidelines [1]. Guideline coordinator Prof. Alexander Nast (Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany) gave an excellent overview of the development and recommendations of these and previous guidelines [2]. Most recommended treatments in the EuroGuiDerm guidelines are quite familiar [1]. “We still have the traditional treatments (i.e. acitretin, ciclosporin, fumarates, and methotrexate) as first-line. Some patients bypass the first-line treatments, going directly into other treatment options, especially in severe cases if treatment success cannot be expected with the conventional drugs,” Prof. Nast explained. Efficacy compared A network...


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