The management of Atopic Dermatitis in Paediatric Population
Atopic Dermatitis is one of the common skin manifestations seen in children, especially the ones below five years of age. The clinical diagnosis of Atopic Dermatitis is associated with cirrhosis and typical pathological distribution of the lesions. As this condition usually spreads genetically, it is important to understand the environmental triggers. It is also important to diagnose signs of inflammation, factors of infections, allergens, irritants, or any stress. Understanding these triggers is important apart from skin care in the form of moisturizers. This lecture will highlight in detail how to diagnose and manage Atopic Dermatitis.Enroll in HIV0027
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Meet the Instructor
Dr. Bhumesh K. Katakam
MBBS, DCH, MD-DVL, From Gandhi Medical College, Hyderabad.
SCIENTIFIC CO CHAIRMAN-IAP TCB AND PEDDERMACON 2016,
Scientific chairman – IAP TCB,
Scientific chairman-IADVL Telangana,
Scientific co chairman – DERMAZONE SOUTH 2018,
Scientific chairman – IADVL TELANGANA 2018-2019,
Scientific chairman -PEDDERM-CON2019,
Honored with prestigious “IADVL SENIOR DERMATOLOGIST AWARD” in MID DERMACON 2018
Honored with "PEDIATRIC DERMATOLOGIST OF THE YEAR" IN 2018,
Received National award for a paper on Neonatal Dermatoses
Won FIRST prize in Dr.PS Murthy Quiz for practitioners in IAP TCB PEDICON 2018
Has been TOT Teacher for National Aids Control Organization(NACO), India for the past 9 years.
Faculty in DVL for the past 9 years and in Government service for the past 19 years.
14 Publications in peer reviewed journals.
Presented more than 55 papers and 150 guest lecturers in national and international conferences.
One chapter (NEONATAL DERMATOSES) in IADVL SIG Pediatric dermatology,
Two chapters (DD of Urticaria and DD of Premature canitis) in IAP.
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