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Herpes Zoster

65 years gives history of allergy to ornidazole with skin lesions as per telemedicine. I asked him to send photographs on WhatsApp. It was herpes Zoster and adviced treatment telephonically .Aim to share this post is that as private O.P.D 's are closed , it is possible to treat patients via telemedicine

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It is a case of Herpes Zoster - now today on 2nd April - the lesions have become dry - but irritation and pain persists- but less than earlier. Patient was put Tab Acivir 800 mg × 8 hourly- although the dose is 5 times a day .But - practically zinc have found that compliance in this dose is poor
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Yes dr Praveen Yograj I agree with your dx it is HERPES ZOSTER And your adv to treat on telemedicine Right but it is neither justifiable nor can be treated all cases i am sorry if i hurt you
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HERPES zoster treatment Tab Acuvir 800 five times daily ointment Acuvir apply locally twice Tab Algesia sp one bd
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SUGGESTIVE OF HERPETIC INFECTION
Herpes zoster . Telemedicine is a viable option in present circumstances . In big cities ,where commuting to meet the doctor is problem , telemedicine can be used . Especially when patient is an old patient of the doctor, and the doctor is aware of the medical history . Early diagnosis and management in routine cases , and correct advise in serious cases is possible. Legal restrictions should be reviewed and relaxed, and norms should be drawn
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Yes..it's HZ...Dr. Praveen Yograj... The problems diagnosed and treated through telemedicine is beneficial in non complex and non life threatening disease...
Thanks Dr. Dinesh Gupta
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Case of HERPES ZOSTER As private OPD are closed to give telemedicine at certain level are possible.
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IT'S A..CASE OF.. * HZ .. TELEMEDICINE TREATMENT.. AGREE WITH DR. SHIVRAJ AGARWAL SIR..
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Lumbosacral herpes zoster inf
Herpes zoster..
Herpes Zoster
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