PO SCORAD

The PO-SCORAD offers patients the possibility of using the same evaluation method as their doctor and of creating an evolving curve between visits to the doctor.

The PO SCORAD* (Patient Oriented SCORAD), is the SCORAD (= score of atopic dermatitis) completed by the patients themselves. This self-evaluation tool for atopic dermatitis was created by the European Task Force on Atopic Dermatitis in 2011. A multicenter study has proven that the SCORAD completed by doctors and the PO-SCORAD completed by patients are indeed correlated.

What is the PO-SCORAD?

 

Explanation of the PO SCORAD by J.F. Stalder - CHU Nantes: Opened Dermatology  

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The PO-SCORAD can be completed in two ways:

On a multimedia device : with the PO-SCORAD software

Thanks to the PO-Scorad application, patients with atopic eczema, or parents of children with atopy, as well as the children themselves, can quickly and regularly evaluate the condition of their disease.

New features

The new version of the PO-SCORAD includes illustrations for all skin types and allows all patients to recognize their symptoms.

 

The communication between the patient and the doctor will be improved , thanks to 2 new features:

envoi du poscorad en pdfThe patient can send your doctor a screenshot (in .pdf) of the PO-SCORAD and, if necessary, attach photos of symptoms along with your comments.
envoi du poscorad en xlsIf the patient is a participant in a study, the doctor may ask him to send information in .xls format.

The PO-SCORAD application is available for Mac, PC, tablets and smartphones (iPad, iPhone and Android).

po-scorad sur pc mac tablette et smartphone

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How to use the PO-SCORAD software?

Demonstration

On paper : with the PO-SCORAD sheet

The paper method is mostly reserved for clinical studies.

Click on the image to download the sheet :

po-scorad paper evaluation

How to use the PO-SCORAD sheet ?

Click on the image below to download the user guide :

user guide po-scorad

 

To obtain a score, you must evaluate the following elements:

  • The extent of your eczema
  • The severity of dry skin outside of the eczema-affected areas
  • The symptom intensity on areas affected by eczema
  • The intensity of eczema-related problems (itching and sleep disturbance)

Other versions of the PO-SCORAD sheet:

po-scorad in german

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Explanation for patients:

"The PO-SCORAD evaluates the condition of your eczema over the last 3 days.

  • To better understand your disease
  • To be more familiar with the main symptoms
  • And finally, to better communicate with your doctor, use the PO SCORAD.

To obtain a score, you must evaluate the following elements:

  • The extent of your eczema
  • The severity of dry skin outside of the eczema-affected areas
  • The symptom intensity on areas affected by eczema
  • The intensity of eczema-related problems (especially itching and sleep disturbance)"

Publication: Allergy.2011 Aug;66(8):1114-21. doi: 10.1111/j.1398-9995.2011.02577.x. Epub 2011 Mar 18.

Of course, in order for patients to score their symptoms, drawings were created to represent the various degrees of severity for each symptom.

By using the same assessment criteria, patients and doctors work together toward a common objective: improving patients’ condition from day to day.    

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