Occlusive medicated dressings and dry bandages should not be used to treat infected atopic eczema in children. Do not do December 2007 Unclassified
Whole-body (limbs and trunk) occlusive dressings (including wet wrap therapy) and whole-body dry bandages (including tubular bandages and garments) should not be used as first-line treatment for atopic eczema in children and should only be initiated by a healthcare professional trained in their use. Do not do December 2007 Unclassified
Oral antihistamines should not be used routinely in the management of atopic eczema in children. Do not do December 2007 Unclassified
The potency of topical corticosteroids should be tailored to the severity of the child s atopic eczema, which may vary according to body site. Do not use very potent preparations in children without specialist dermatological advice. Do not do December 2007 Unclassified
Topical tacrolimus is not recommended for the treatment of mild atopic eczema or as first-line treatments for atopic eczema of any severity. Do not do December 2007 Unclassified
Topical pimecrolimus are not recommended for the treatment of mild atopic eczema or as first-line treatments for atopic eczema of any severity. Do not do December 2007 Unclassified