Psoriasis treatment goals are being established for the United States.
Responding to an “urgent need” to establish the first psoriasis treatment goals in the United States, the National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF) has issued measurable “treat-to-target” guidelines that will allow clinicians to improve patient outcomes by better individualizing, evaluating, and adjusting therapeutic regimens.
The consensus-based guidelines, drawn up by 25 psoriasis experts following a lengthy process of research, discussion, and consensus-building known as the Delphi Method, state that the preferred acceptable response to treatment after 3 months is either body surface area 3% or less, or body surface area improvement 75% or greater from baseline.
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