Supplemental materials for publication: Society of Dermatology Hospitalists supportive care guidelines for the management of Stevens-Johnson syndrome/toxic epidermal necrolysis in adults.

Published: 3 March 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/9g6nv2cjgp.1
Lucia Seminario-Vidal,
Daniela Kroshinsky,
Stephen Malachowski,
James Sun,
Alina Markova,
Thomas M. Beachkofsky,
Ben Kaffenberger,
Elizabeth N. Ergen,
Melissa Mauskar ,
Alina G. Bridges,
Cody Calhoun,
Adela Cardones,
Steven T. Chen,
James Chodosh,
Jonathan Cotliar,
Mark D.P. Davis,
Katherine L. DeNiro,
Arturo Dominguez,
Juliana Eljure-Téllez,
Alisa Femia,
Lindy P. Fox ,
Anisha Guda,
Caroline M. Mitchell,
Arash Mostaghimi,
Alex G. Ortega-Loayza,
Cindy Owen,
Helena Pasieka,
Sahand Rahnama-Moghadam,
Hajirah Saeed,
Rebecca Saunderson,
Swapna Shanbhag,
Victoria R. Sharon ,
Lindsay C. Strowd ,
Samantha Venkatesh,
Karolyn A. Wanat,
David Wetter,
Scott Worswick,
Robert G. Micheletti


eAppendix1: Search terms and strategies eAppendix2: Level of evidence and grade of recommendation calculation eAppendix3: Delphi Process eAppendix4: This is a supplemental document designed to provide visualizations and summary statistics for the responses to each statement that appeared in the survey. There are 135 statements split into 11 topic sections, with each topic section split into the “Recommendations” section as well as the “Uncertain and Inappropriate” classification section. Be mindful that tables correspond to the histogram immediately preceding the table (i.e. a histogram is followed by a table for the statement). eAppendix5: Suggested initial management of acute ocular SJS/TEN based on simple clinical grading system (adapted from Sotozono et al.)



Dermatology, Infectious Disease, Wound Care, Drug, Steven-Johnson Syndrome, Supportive Care, Oral Care, Inpatient Care Setting, Acute Pain, Ocular Toxicity, Clinical Guideline, Gynecologic Dermatology, Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis, Burn Unit