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ONS Guidelines Article

Supplementary Material for ONS Guidelines™ for Cancer Treatment-Related Radiodermatitis

ONF 2020, 1-53 DOI:

Table of Contents

  1. PICO questions
  2. Search strategies
  3. Evidence risk of bias figure
  4. Evidence profiles
  • Deodorant/antiperspirant in addition to normal washing vs. normal washing
  • Aloe vera vs. standard of care
  • Emu oil vs. standard of care
  • Oral curcumin vs. standard of care
  • Topical non-steroidal interventions vs. standard of care
  • Calendula vs. standard of care
  • Topical steroidal creams vs. standard of care
  • Semi-permeable dressings vs. standard of care
  1. Forest plots
  • Deodorant/antiperspirant in addition to normal washing vs. normal washing: Grade 2 radiodermatitis
  • Deodorant/antiperspirant in addition to normal washing vs. normal washing: Grade 3 radiodermatitis
  • Topical non-steroidal interventions vs. standard of care: Grade 2 or higher radiodermatitis
  • Topical non-steroidal interventions vs. standard of care: Pruritis
  • Calendula vs. standard of care: Grade 2 or higher radiodermatitis
  • Topical steroidal creams vs. standard of care: Grade 2 or higher radiodermatitis
  • Topical steroidal creams vs. standard of care: Moist desquamation
  • Semi-permeable dressings vs. standard of care: Grade 2 or higher radiodermatitis
  • Semi-permeable dressings vs. standard of care: Moist desquamation
  • Semi-permeable dressings vs. standard of care: Adverse events leading to discontinuation
  1. Characteristics of included studies