Studying real-life patient cases is a beneficial way to examine the practical application of acquired knowledge. Listed in this section are various patient studies presented by leading experts Montse Alvaro, Marcus Maurer, Karoline Kraus, Martin Metz and more.
Choose any of the titles below to view the presentation or watch the video and learn more about a paediatric case, difficult to treat cases, comparison cases and when to stop treatment.
Dr Marcus Maurer discusses the importance of a positive treatment outlook and communication when dealing with a patient with chronic spontaneous urticaria.
Professor Peter Schmid-Grendelmeier from the University Hospital of Zürich, Switzerland, describes the introduction of omalizumab to the treatment regimen for a 40 year-old female patient with CSU.
Doctor Karoline Krause considers a patient case study and discusses when it is appropriate to reduce or cease treatment of chronic spontaneous urticaria following resolution of symptoms.
Emek Kocatürk Göncü reviews the case of a 30-year old female patient presenting with difficult-to-treat chronic spontaneous urticaria and discusses the importance of correct diagnosis.
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