Systemic Treatments

Systemic treatments control your immune system when it overreacts and produces the underlying inflammation, leading to the symptoms in eczema. Such treatments are called ”immunosuppressants.” Eczema.com has gathered resources from across the web to help increase your understanding of systemic treatments. Be sure to check back often for new information and insights.*
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Patient Education: Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis) Beyond the Basics

This article provides definitions of the different types of systemic eczema treatments that are available. It also provides general information for other types of treatments.
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Atopic Dermatitis Treatment & Management

Read about the different types of eczema treatment available to patients who are suffering with the disease, including immunomodulators, biologics, and JAK inhibitors. This article provides overviews of these and other types of treatment options that are available to those with eczema.
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