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Метотрексат в дерматологии: от теории к практике

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Аннотация

Метотрексат зарекомендовал себя как высокоэффективное средство для лечения псориаза с 1953 г. Эффективность метотрексата обусловлена его цитотоксическим и противовоспалительным действием. Согласно проекту клинических рекомендаций Российского общества дерматовенерологов и косметологов применение метотрексата обосновано при многих заболеваниях кожи. Длительная история и накопленный практический опыт применения не вызывают сомнения в эффективности метотрексата, обусловленной его уникальными фармакологическими свойствами, а именно противовоспалительным, иммуномодулирующим и кумулятивным эффектами, которые позволяют препарату занимать лидирующие позиции в терапии многих кожных заболеваний. В статье подробно раскрыты метаболизм метотрексата и его фармакодинамика. Согласно обзору современных данных мировой литературы авторы представили рекомендации по лечению метотрексатом, применению его у детей, мониторингу во время лечения, а также обратили внимание на показания при особых ситуациях (инфекции, прививки, контрацепция и т. д.).

Об авторах

Ю. А. Галлямова
ФГБОУ ДПО РМАНПО Минздрава России
Россия

доктор медицинских наук, профессор 

Москва



А. В. Асоскова
ФГБОУ ДПО РМАНПО Минздрава России
Россия

Москва



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Галлямова Ю.А., Асоскова А.В. Метотрексат в дерматологии: от теории к практике. Лечащий Врач. 2021;(5):46-51. https://doi.org/10.51793/OS.2021.11.97.010

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Gallyamova Yu.A., Asoskova A.V. Methotrexate in dermatology: from theory to practice. Lechaschi Vrach. 2021;(5):46-51. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.51793/OS.2021.11.97.010

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