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    Recently added: 'Putting patients first - from presentation to practice in CSU', satellite symposium presentations from EADV 2017.

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    Target My Hives is the app that is bringing patients with CSU together

 

Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria (CSU) Knowledge Centre

Welcome to the CSU Knowledge Centre. Featuring an overview of chronic spontaneous urticaria, offering pages that cover epidemiology, burden of disease, pathophysiology, assessment tools, treatment, guidelines and fast facts. Delve into the Disease Overview to further your understanding of chronic spontaneous urticaria.

Information focusing on primary care, containing videos of patients’ first-hand experiences, video highlights and presentations from key events and real-life case studies presented by experts in the field is also available. Resources include: frequently asked questions in urticaria answered by key opinion leaders, quick reference guides including diagnostic algorithms, and information about the TARGET My Hives application.

 

Disease Overview

Disease Overview

The Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria Knowledge Centre introduces urticaria and covers the major topics in disease awareness such as epidemiology, symptoms, treatment and guidelines.

Primary Care Focus

Primary Care Focus

Watch various videos of patients talking about their first-hand experience of CSU, the process of diagnosis and the impact of the disease on daily life within the Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria Knowledge Centre.

Symposia Media Library

Symposia Media Library

Watch highlights from key speakers at past events within the fields of dermatology and clinical immunology, such as GUF, EADV, EAACI, RADLA and WCD.

Resources

Resources

FAQs, useful links and overview slides for quick reference purposes are resources collated within the Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria Knowledge Centre.

FAQs

FAQs

Frequently asked questions, regarding the diagnosis and management of chronic spontaneous urticaria, are answered by our expert faculty.

Fast Facts

Fast Facts

Understanding Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria (CSU) and its impact is crucial to optimise treatment outcomes. See key points here.

Treatment

Treatment

Discover why it is recommended that continued or alternative drug treatment be reassessed every 3 to 6 months.

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