Topical Steroids Side Effects
Category: GewichtsverlustSponsors are Sanofi Genzyme and Regeneron. They commented that is has testosteron und erkaltung been described. And we have cured over patients! Do they want credit now while they advocate useless lotions, steroid cream rebound and xream when the therapy should have been total steroid cessation for these patients years ago? I find that it is rebonud misguided and misleading to most lay persons who have little scientific background. ITSAN steroid cream rebound topical steroids as evil. Steroids both oral and topically are wonder drugs.
Sponsors are Sanofi Genzyme and Regeneron. They commented that is has 'recently been described. And we have cured over patients! Do they want credit now while they advocate useless lotions, creams and medications when the therapy should have been total steroid cessation for these patients years ago? I find that it is both misguided and misleading to most lay persons who have little scientific background. ITSAN portrays topical steroids as evil. Steroids both oral and topically are wonder drugs.
My involvement with the Red Skin Syndrome patients is the proper and appropriate diagnosis and the management to cure.
I have not impugned the wonderment of steroids when properly used. ITSAN's comment can lead many patients astray. ITSAN's comment can also create an anger and enmity in the minds of doctors thinking that the comment is railing against all steroid usage.
The addiction begins innocently when patients buy weak strength steroids over the counter for eczema. It helps, but not fully so they go to a physician who feels that a stronger steroid will work better and the addiction has begun because they are already down the road for many weeks and months of usage. They feared long term side effects. A similar story occurred with chronic use of oral steroids in the s. This is an excellent drug when used appropriately. There's an interesting new comment on my website www.
You might find it interesting and surprising. In further comments about the Dupilumab study by Dr Blauvelt, he mentions a potpurri of letter symbols for tests: And, after 1 year it appears no one was cured. He talks about how many people dropped out from the placebo group. The percentage was high and that indicates a 'tainted' protocol. He played a German spy or professor with a strong German accent and used this comment when things appeared very peculiar to him. I repeat the same comment when I quote a Dr Andrew Blauvelt talking at a European dermatology conference and stating that "Dupilumap displayed consistently strong efficacy across all patient groups in a new analysis from the Landm Why are all the patients still on steroids if this is a wonder drug?
This is a very poorly organized protocol - in fact outrageous compared to well done studies in the past. What does he mean by strong efficacy? What does he mean by broad effectiveness?
I am trying to stimulate responses from those who read my website and Facebook so I can learn about from individual patients who have been prescribed Dupilumab.
There is no data that I have received concerning a large group of patients even though the drug has been used now for many months. All that I hear and see in office patients or telemedicine patients is mostly failures and peculiar histories.
Another recent patient who was seen via 'telemedic She was obviously was addicted and had RSS. She sought medical care and was placed on cyclosporine for 1 year, She reported to me that she had excellent results and was functioning very well. But the physician who had some ties to the Dupilumab community switched her to Dupilumab for no reason that the patient could ascertain. Why was this done to a thriving patient? Here's a new comment on Dupilumab. A 20ish healthy male with life-long use of steroids for eczema and with resultant RSS is admitted to the hospital for nearly 4 weeks to have various forms and strengths of steroid creams and oral medication to be applied to the whole body.
Then, once he is 'cleaned up' he is placed on Dupilumab. I thought the drug was to be used for these types of patients? Was this to make the results look good? They will probably see flares as he enters into the 4th to 6th month. I take a detour today from many more Dupilumab stories by concentrating on a new ITSAN appeal for donations over the heading "I wish I would have known about steroids. Steroid creams used properly in the proper strength for the correct amount of time are a wonder drug and solve thousands of medical problems every day.
They can easily and fruitfully be used in eczema patients under proper medical management for very short periods of time. The ITSAN comment above is comparable to saying that opioids for a short period of time are evil when in fact they are magical in relieving severe pain when used properly.
It is totally inappropriate for ITSAN to be giving this type of uninformed and unscientific medical advice. Something is peculiar with the new drug Dupilumab and its marketing. Patient 1 - a moderately symtomatic RSS patient, functioning fairly well, received a near 3 page letter from his dermatologist to take the new 'wonder drug' Dupilumab. The letter contained all kinds of compliments for the drug and the doctor has probably had little experience with it since it is a fairly new drug.
I read the letter and in reading between the lines it was evident to me that the doctor was goi I have never seen marketing like this in 40 years of medicine. The 2nd patient, a young woman with a continual red face, addicted for 3 years to steroids, was given 'free' a year's supply of Dupilumab by her doctor. What rebate process went on here? What is the company gaining? In my experience the results have not been that good. More patient delimmnas - a 2 year old boy who was addicted to steroids and total Red Skin Syndrome over the whole body was taken by his mother to the University of Florida Hospital, Gainsesville because she was worried about infection and his severe misery.
The pediatric and dermatology staff demanded that the only therapy was total body steroid creams and wrapping him in wet cloths.
She had read my papers and viewed my website and she totally refused the use of steroids. There were several phone calls to me by the mother accompanied by crying, sadness and a plea to help. I talked with her court appointed attorney who seemed to understand and went along with my position. This was to no avail. As of this date the child is flaring again and still in the custody of the state.
All addicted people not patients yet , whether it be opioids, amphetamines, alcohol, or steroid creams - all have the same comment - "I'm only using a little," "I can stop anytime," "I am not addicted," "Leaave me alone. There is no way to change their belief - so be it - I strongly suggest that other patients not be influenced by this pipedream. It is evident by all of the withdrawal patients that suffer for 2 to 4 years that they had been misled by using 'only a little bit' of steroids for years.
I am uncertain how to label the doctors and practitioners who continue to slather on total body steroids and wrap the patients in wet cloths. The culprits are the Denver Jewish Hospital, followed by Dr Aron, a lay practitioner, untrained, who takes children to Switzerland in the summer and there are many others. I cannot label these practitioners as being arrogant, stupid, unscientific, inflexible, and even bordering on malpractice but I am tempted.
Seneca, a Roman stoic philosopher, statesman, and dramatist born 4BC, died 65AD said "nothing hinders a cure so much as frequent change of medicine". Dr Rapaport states that with the slowing down of the flow of new patients during December that we were reaching a better position for all the suffering RSS patients.
But, no, that was not to be; one patient from the hospital and sent a utube telling me of her abject severe pain and the hospital doctors refused to give her pain medicine unless she allowed them to wrap her in steroids! With her refusal to do steroids they gave her only a sleeping pill and refused to give her any pain medicine and the doctors walked out of the room! The next day she gave in and they gave her pain medicine.
Her skin was 'on fire'. She told me she knew she was going to rebound and wondered what to do next. What would you do? There has been an deluge of new suffering steroid addicted patients who have evolved into RSS in the office and through my telemedicine. In my experience seeing patients in the office, I have seen several patients who failed while taking the drug, one patient being given the drug free for a year - why?
I still contend that all of the patients using this medication are RSS individuals and not having bad eczema. We Are Vaxxed Öffentliche Dienstleistungen. The rantings of my mind. Seiten, die dieser Seite gefallen. Rapaport Dermatology of Beverly Hills. The simple fact is that these patients are unique and identifiable through many simple and time-teste Some thoughts about Dupilumab 1.
We all need input from patients who have been taking or took the drug. Information on patients on the drug has not been forthcoming.
Tell us if you have had good results or no results. Yes, this is anecdotal, but we need some direction. The drug is extremely expensive - why? What are the real answers in a large group of patients? The studies published were not very positive and many patients dropped out of the study. Where do we stand? What are the long term side effects of this medication?
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