EM, RIME, SJS-TEN
The Alphabet Soup of Blistering Severe Cutaneous Adverse Reaction
The Drugs and Bugs Focused Study Group presents a spirited conversation on whether Reactive Infectious Mucocutaneous Eruption (RIME) should be a separate condition from Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS). Moderated by Dr. Michele Ramien, Dr. Erin Mathes, and Dr. Yvonne Chiu debate RIME, SJS, and other blistering severe cutaneous adverse reactions. In this three-part miniseries, episode one presents the case for RIME, episode 2 states the case for SJS, and episode three is a moderated discussion between the two opposing sides to highlight the research still needed to come to a consensus, while also shedding light on active research in this area.
EM, RIME, SJS-TEN The Alphabet Soup of Blistering Severe Cutaneous Adverse Reactions
Michele Ramien, MD
Erin Mathes, MD
Yvonne Chiu, MD
Special thanks to Ortho Dermatologics and Incyte Pharmaceutical Company for their support of this independent medical education program. PeDRA is solely responsible for all program content and the selection of all presenters, authors, moderators, and faculty.