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Managing eczema in adults: a quick guide for nurses

Eczema is a common condition characterised by dry, itchy skin. Find out about its triggers and symptom management through emollients and swift response to flare-ups

Eczema is a common condition characterised by dry, itchy skin. Find out about its triggers and symptom management through emollients and swift response to flare-ups

  • Eczema can have a profound effect on quality of life, and due to its prevalence, most nurses are likely to care for someone with the condition at some time
  • Advice on supporting patients to self-manage their eczema flare-ups, including through optimal use of emollients
  • How you can support patients to manage the condition, including resources and advice to signpost to

Eczema is one of the most common skin conditions, affecting up to one in ten UK

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