A 35-year-old with Psoriasis, Obesity and Pregnancy

This case examines the relationships between psoriasis and metabolic disease and cardiovascular disease. To optimize treatment of psoriasis, it is useful to treat metabolic syndrome along with therapy for skin symptoms, especially in cases of obesity. Many new therapies are available for treating psoriasis, and therapeutic choices should be decided upon with the patient. In women of childbearing age, the effects of the drugs on the fetus, as well as after birth during breastfeeding, need to be discussed with the patients on a case by case basis, and all options considered. In order to receive a certificate of completion via email, you must complete all sections and achieve an 80% passing score on the post-course test.

Disclaimer: This activity was originally released in June, 2018 and is no longer available for CME credit. This activity is being made available for your information only and should not be considered the most up to date resource on this topic. This activity was originally supported through educational grants from Janssen Scientific Affairs, LLC, Lilly, and Sun Pharma.

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Course Details

A 35-Year-Old with Psoriasis, Obesity and Pregnancy00:30:00
Presentation and Exam 00:03:00
Discussion: Psoriasis and Metabolic Syndrome 00:05:00
Test questions
Case Continues 00:05:00
Test question
Discussion: Prescribing for Pregnant Patient 00:05:00
Case Continues 00:05:00
Test question
Discussion 00:05:00
Summary 00:02:00
Post-test
Conclusion
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