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Progress in Allergic Dermatology - GERDA 2016

Progrès en Dermato-Allergologie - GERDA 2016

37th update course

Annick Barbaud, Julie Waton

2016
Collection : Progrès en Dermato-Allergologie - GERDA
Publishor : JOHN LIBBEY EUROTEXT
352 pages
Published in : French
Speciality : Allergology and Clinical Immunology   Dermatology and Venereology  
Format : 17 x 25 cm

Print 64.00 €
ISBN : 978-2-7420-1489-7
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This annual update course organised by the Group of Study and Research in Allergic Dermatology (GERDA) provides an update on the advances made in cutaneous biology and in allergic immunology, indispensable for understanding allergic dermatology.

This update is anticipated by interns in medical specialties, researchers and health professionals interested in allergic dermatology and immune dermatology.

 

SUMMARY


1- CROSS-SECTIONAL AND PROFESSIONAL ALLERGY RESEARCH

• WHEAT: FROM FARM TO PLATE
Wheat hypersensitivity: flow chart based on ingredients – Dermatoses and gluten – Nutritionist’s recommendations – Wheat: its representations over time – Hypersensitivities in grain producers – Contact dermatitis in bread and pastry bakers – My opinion on the usefulness of food labelling

• ALLERGIC DERMATOLOGY ON THE MOVE
Place of in vitro tests in the diagnosis of skin hypersensitivities – Toward better standardisation of patch tests – Role of epidermal metabolism

• ECZEMA OF THE HANDS AND PROFESSIONAL ALLERGIES
Flow chart, classifications – Professional allergies to isothiazolinones – Allergies to persulfates – Quiz on professional dermatoses – Eczema of the hands: is it possible to evaluate severity based on photos?


2- MEDICINAL AND CONTACT ALLERGIES, ATOPIC DERMATITIS

• MEDICINAL ALLERGY: IN PRACTICE HOW TO DO INVESTIGATIONS
Preparation of test equipment by the pharmacist: methods, cost – Standardisation of medicinal skin tests – Inductions of medicinal tolerance to chemotherapies and biotherapies, how to do them in practice – Management of an anaphylactic reaction during allergy investigations

• CONTACT ALLERGIES TO TEXTILES OR CLOTHING ACCESSORIES
Allergies to clothing textiles and shoes – Allergies to sporting equipment

• ALLERGIES TO COSMETICS
Clinical cases of allergy to cosmetics – Contact eczema to cosmetics: trends and current events – Contact urticaria to cosmetics

• SKIN MOISTURISATION AND ATOPIC DERMATITIS
Skin moisturisation: how it works – Skin moisturisation: how to do it in atopic patients? Management of severe atopic dermatitis 

 
3- URTICARIA – WHAT IS NEW IN ALLERGIC DERMATOLOGY
Is it really urticaria? – Treatments of chronic urticaria resistant to H1 antihistamines – “The allergen of the year” of the North American group (season 1) – What is new in contact allergy in 2016? – What is new in atopic dermatitis?