Phototherapy uses therapeutic light rays to treat specific skin conditions, such as psoriasis. It is an effective treatment for those with mild to severe skin conditions and is flexible enough for home or clinical use.
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Median Time of Clearance:
Most phototherapy patients start to see clearer skin in as little as 5 weeks1. And with fewer potential side effects, it is a safer, more natural treatment option.
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Studies show that phototherapy has a much higher clearance rate than competing biologic drugs. Phototherapy has a clearance rate of 82%1 compared to the 62% clearance rate2 of Humira® and clearance rate3 for Enbrel® between 47-49%.
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Because phototherapy devices are a Class II medical device, a doctor’s prescription is necessary for purchase or use.
Our friendly and professional Patient Account Specialists personally handle every aspect of your order, from helping you fill out your initial paperwork to scheduling delivery of your home unit.
For more information or to find a dermatologist in your area, contact us at 1.800.322.8546 or firstname.lastname@example.org
1 Palmer, et al. Photoadaptation during Narrowband Ultraviolet-B Therapy Is Independent of Skin Type: A Study of 352 Patients Journal of Investigative Dermatology (2006) 126, 1256–1263
2 HUMIRA® Prescribing Information. Available at: http://www.rxabbott.com/pdf/humira.pdf
3 ENBREL® Physician Package Insert. Available at: http://www.enbrel.com/pdf/enbrel_pi.pdf
**Suberythemogenic narrow-band UVB is markedly more effective than conventional UVB in treatment of psoriasis vulgaris, Walters, et al. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, Volume 40, Issue 6, June 1999, Pages 893-900