Occupational Hand Eczema - Testing of a Prevention-concept

  • STATUS
    Recruiting
  • End date
    Jan 1, 2023
  • participants needed
    250
  • sponsor
    National Allergy Research Center, Denmark
Updated on 18 March 2021

Summary

Randomised controlled trial examining the effect of decreased waiting time for the first doctors' appointment, patient education, glove counselling and counselling at departments of social or occupational medicine on severity of hand eczema, quality of life, use of corticosteroids, and jobsituation 3-12 months after intervention in patients with suspected occupational contact dermatitis of the hands.

Description

Patients with suspected occupational hand eczema are recruited to the study on basis of their referral from general practitioner to dermatologist. Patients are randomised to either control or intervention group. The control group is treated and followed-up by the dermatologist they have been referred to, while the intervention group is treated and followed-up at Gentofte Hospital skin department with a maximum waiting time of 3 weeks. At the skin department at Gentofte Hospital, the patients in the intervention group receive patient education in prevention and treatment of hand eczema, glove counselling, personal product screening by a chemistry engineer, extended allergy testing and the standard treatment of hand eczema. Patients in both the control and intervention group are asked to fill out a questionnaire at 3, 6, 9 and 12 months after inclusion in the study. The questionnaire contains questions about quality of life, severity of hand exzema, jobsituation, use of healthcare service and use of medicine. Furthermore, prescriptions of medicine are registered in both control and intervention group at 3, 6, 9 and 12 months.

Details
Condition Occupational Contact Dermatitis
Treatment Treatment at the skin department at Gentofte Hospital
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT04790799
SponsorNational Allergy Research Center, Denmark
Last Modified on18 March 2021

Eligibility

Yes No Not Sure

Inclusion Criteria

Referred from a general practitioner to a dermatologist
Hand eczema within the last 3 months
Suspicion that the hand eczema is work-related (either patient and/or doctors suspicion)

Exclusion Criteria

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Severe psychiatric illness
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