2013
DOI: 10.1001/2013.jamadermatol.253
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Maternal Adherence Factors in the Treatment of Pediatric Atopic Dermatitis

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“…Treatment regimens are perceived to be complex and burdensome as a result of the prescription of multiple medications, frequent dosing schedules and the cumbersome application of topical preparations. 23 The requirement for long-term therapy is also often problematic. Adherence to even a twice-daily application of topical therapy drops by 60% a few days after the commencement of treatment.…”
Section: Complexity Of Treatment Regimensmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Treatment regimens are perceived to be complex and burdensome as a result of the prescription of multiple medications, frequent dosing schedules and the cumbersome application of topical preparations. 23 The requirement for long-term therapy is also often problematic. Adherence to even a twice-daily application of topical therapy drops by 60% a few days after the commencement of treatment.…”
Section: Complexity Of Treatment Regimensmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…5 Parents and caregivers admit that taking shortcuts, such as the reduced frequency of topical therapy application, is necessary to simplify treatment regimens. 23…”
Section: Complexity Of Treatment Regimensmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Adherence is markedly lower in AD when mothers perceive that physicians do not consider parental input in designing treatment plans. 8 Because caretakers are intimately involved in treatment, the treatment plan must address their concerns if the physician wishes to maximize adherence.…”
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“…Different techniques have been proposed to overcome non-adherence in atopic dermatitis, including games, distraction techniques, involving the child in treatment, improving physician-patient relationship, and/or calling and visiting patients within the first week [3,22,23]. However, these methods have not been extensively researched in clinical trials for atopic dermatitis.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%