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Winter skin cases should pay attention to prevention

Recently, the number of dermatological patients visiting the hospital has increased significantly in the summer.

The patient suffered from itching and groaning: some sighed; some complained; some scratched their elbows and scratched their heads . Looking at the affected areas, most of them were spotted pimples, leaking, dry, crusted, rough,Hypertrophy and cracks.

  Case Case 1 Master Huo, almost fifty this year.

One month ago, some pimples appeared on the extremities. I bought a bottle of ointment for application at the pharmacy, but the pimples not only disappeared, but they became one piece, and gradually spread from the extremities to the head, face, chest, and back.

He hurried to a small clinic and was diagnosed with ill.

He took too much medicine, but the medication was always effective, and he relapsed after stopping the medicine. The hormone medicine was also used, but his condition became more and more serious.

  Case study 2 Jia Jia is a college student who loves beauty. She unfortunately developed eczema and dermatitis 2 years ago. She went to many hospitals for treatment and also used a variety of external skin medications. However, her condition was repeated over and over, and she never recovered.Delayed healing, leakage of the affected area, dryness, crusting, rough, thick and cracked, and accompanied by the troupe. In the summer, he did not dare to wear skirts, his temper became irritable, his personality became suspicious, and Jiajia was extremely painful.

  High incidence of skin diseases in autumn.

Because bacteria and viruses multiply and spread in autumn, they can easily cause infectious diseases and skin diseases.

The most common skin diseases are hay fever, dermatitis, acne, and eczema.

  High incidence of dermatosis in autumn Recently, the number of patients with dermatosis visiting the hospital increased significantly in summer.

The patient suffered from itching and groaning: some sighed; some complained; some scratched their elbows and scratched their heads . Looking at the affected areas, most of them were spotted pimples, leaking, dry, crusted, rough,Hypertrophy and cracks.
  It is understood that some of them have been sick for a long time, and the multi-party treatment is still ineffective, and it happens again and again, more severe than once.

There are also those who have just discovered the disease and want to get medical treatment as soon as possible. After the patients generally change into the spring, the disease recurs or the symptoms worsen. They all came to the hospital with fear and hope.

  Tips on how to prevent skin diseases: Drug abuse is a taboo. For patients with skin diseases, the most taboo is to use drugs by themselves. Because some patients cannot properly treat their condition, they cannot get correct treatment in time, and even some patients are private.Using hormonal drugs indiscriminately or believing in some of the so-called ancestral secrets of doctors who are only profitable, and cure all diseases.

These not only can not cure the disease, but also delay the treatment and cause serious hidden dangers of complications.

In particular, do not apply topical application with irritating drugs or hormone drugs.

Although these practices can alleviate the temporary itch, after all, correcting the correct treatment to delay the opportunity and produce symptoms such as hormone dependence, over time, the exacerbation is even more serious.

  Trick number two: When the symptoms appear, the doctor should promptly consult the doctor: Once the patient notices skin discomfort, he should go to the hospital as soon as possible.

Even if the opportunity for treatment is lost, do not “break the jar”. You should actively go to the hospital for treatment, and a professional doctor should choose the symptomatic treatment according to different conditions.

  1. Acute eczema dermatitis: manifested as dense miliform papules or pimples, conscious onset of pruritus, ulcerated or slightly eroded surface after scratching, and crusting, which can spread and expand to form lymphadenopathyOr tenderness.

  2. Subacute eczema dermatitis: The skin lesions are mainly small pimples, scales, and scabs, with a small amount of small blisters and erosion, and itching and vomiting.

  3. Chronic eczema dermatitis: manifested as thickened skin, rough, brownish red or grayish, covered with a small amount of scales or crusts, or leaking, easy to relapse and difficult to heal.

  Due to many eczema, dermatitis patients have not been treated correctly and effectively, often recurrent, causing patients to suffer from insomnia or superficial sleep, and even change the person’s personality, which is easy to be suspicious or irritable.

  4, pruritus: itchy skin dermatitis with pruritus as the main symptom.

Light during the day, heavy at night, often drinking, eating irritating food before going to bed, emotional excitement, temperature changes, scratching, bumping or aggravation after friction, can be scratched repeatedly due to itching, causing scratches and bleeding on the skin surface,Epidermal flaking, hyperpigmentation, cleft palate, scabbing, secondary skin damage such as local edema, erosion, hypertrophy, lichenification, eczema, etc., in severe cases secondary folliculitis, eczema.

Patients often suffer from insomnia or restlessness due to pruritus, lack of energy during the day and affecting appetite.

  5. Skin ills: Traditional Chinese medicine is also known as “ringworm, ringworm”, “ringworm”, and “rubella”.

The basic lesions of skin ringworm (the clinical features of psoriasis vulgaris) are inflammatory red papules or maculopapular rashes, the surface is covered with multiple layers of silvery white scales, and shiny membranes and spotted bleeding can be seen when scraping the scales, and the basal infiltration is obviousThere may be isomorphic reactions.

According to different clinical manifestations, they can be divided into four types: ordinary type, pustular type, joint type, and erythrodermic type, each with its different clinical characteristics.