Skincare interventions in infants for preventing eczema and food allergy New

Abstract

Abstract

This is a protocol for a Cochrane Review (Intervention). The objectives are as follows:

Primary objective

  • To assess the effects of skincare interventions, such as emollients, for prevention of eczema and food allergy in infants.

Secondary objectives

  • To ascertain whether active skincare interventions, commenced in early infancy, influence risk of developing eczema or food allergy
  • To identify features of the study populations such as age, hereditary risk and adherence to the interventions, which are associated with the greatest treatment benefit or harm for both eczema and food allergy

Author(s)

Maeve M Kelleher, Suzie Cro, Victoria Cornelius, Emma Axon, Karin C Lodrup Carlsen, Håvard Ove Skjerven, Eva Maria Rehbinder, Adrian Lowe, Eishika Dissanayake, Naoki Shimojo, Kaori Yonezawa, Yukihiro Ohya, Kiwako Yamamoto‐Hanada, Kumiko Morita, Christian Surber, Michael Cork, Alison Cooke, Lien Tran, Lisa M Askie, Lelia Duley, Joanne R Chalmers, Hywel C Williams, Robert J Boyle

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