Published On: July 4, 2023Categories: News, Podcast

Professor Martin Metz joins Professor Marcus Maurer to answer an audience proposed question focusing on what will guide physicians in the recommendations for individual patients to identify the most beneficial treatment option to treat chronic spontaneous and inducible urticaria. Both experts delve into the current treatment options available, and exciting treatments that are currently in clinical trials.

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Utilise the following external links to access additional resources relating to the topics discussed in this episode: Dupilumab in CSURemibrutinib in CSUBruton’s tyrosine kinase inhibition—An emerging therapeutic strategy in immune-mediated dermatological conditionsAn open-label, proof-of-concept study of lirentelimab for antihistamine-resistant chronic spontaneous and inducible urticariaBarzolvolimab in mast cell depletionChronic spontaneous urticaria: Focus on pathophysiology to unlock treatment advancesChronic urticaria and the pathogenic role of mast cells and Urticaria (an overview).

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