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Occupational facial dermatoses related to mask use in healthcare professionals
Background Mask use can lead to facial dermatoses due to factors, such as hyperhydration, seborrhea, high humidity caused by sweating, and the occlusive effect of the mask. Aim We investigated mask-related facial dermatoses ...
Hand hygiene habits and hand eczema prevalence of healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic
(Inonu University Faculty of Medicine, 2022)
Aim: Hand hygiene has become an important building block in the prevention of the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The current study was conducted to determine the hand hygiene habits of healthcare workers ...
Has the COVID-19 pandemic changed attitudes and behaviors concerning cosmetic care and procedures among patients presenting to the dermatology outpatient clinic? A multicenter study with 1437 participants
Background The rate of cosmetic procedures and use of skincare products is considered to be affected during the pandemic period; however, this has not been investigated yet. Objective To determine whether the ongoing ...
The impact of COVID-19 in patients with psoriasis: A multicenter study in Istanbul
There is widespread concern about treatment of psoriasis in COVID-19 pandemic. We aimed to evaluate the epidemiological data, clinical characteristics, treatment features of the psoriasis patients during the pandemic period. ...
Adherence to systemic therapy in patients with psoriasis during the COVID-19 pandemic: A multicenter study
Background: Adherence to treatment is important in chronic dermatological diseases. There are limited data regarding the adherence to treatment in patients with psoriasis during the COVID-19 pandemic. Aims: We aimed to ...
Skin manifestations following anti-COVID-19 vaccination: A multicentricstudy from Turkey
Purpose: After the emergence of the pandemic caused by the COVID-19 virus, vaccination with various vaccines has started to be implemented across the world. To identify dermatological reactions developing after the COVID-19 ...