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With atopic eczema, habitual skin rubbing is especially hazardous for the eyes: use of The Combined Approach can prevent long-term problems.
There is a special version of The Combined Approach to atopic eczema when a younger child is the patient
Scratching in atopic eczema is more common at certain times and in certain circumstances
Level Two of The Combined Approach is optimised use of topical steroids
Atopic eczema is often described as an itchy condition, but a simple investigation of what this means is an important step in assessment for The Combined Approach
Sometimes it's the usual response to a behaviour that maintains the behaviour as a regular occurrence.
On this video follow the progress of one patient at The Chelsea & Westminster Hospital as she goes through The Combined Approach, the successful treatment programme for atopic eczema.