Views on unwanted effects of leave-on emollients and experiences msurrounding their incidence

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Oakley, Robert ; Lawton, Sandra (2016)
  • Publisher: British Dermatological Nursing Group

Background: The mainstay treatment for eczema is leave-on emollients. The aim of this study was to find out more about unwanted effects that have been reported with their use, as little is known due to a lack of formal reporting.\ud \ud Aims: To gain a greater understan... View more
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