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what is the diagnosis.

A male 72yr old with hypertension and gout taking tab allopurinol,aspirin. and metoprolol for hypertension. betnovateGM was prescribed for chronic eczema on both legs but pt c /o redness on legs and swelling of feet after 5days what is the diagnosis and management.

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Eczematous dermatitis with secondary Infection may leads to cellulitis Clavam CL 625 mg bd Diclo PCM TDS. Levocet G bd Betadine lotion locally and fucibact oint. Later lobate-S fucibact oint locally bd. Rehydrate skin by applying moisturizer or emollient lotion locally Symptomatic treatment. Keep the area clean and covered with sterile gauge.

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Chr eczematous dermititis with secondary infection As pt is hypertensive with gout may be having swelling leg and pruritis inducing scratches as seen landed cellulitis Rx broadspectrum antibiotics like amoxyclav625mg 1bd Antiinflamatory Tab Levocetrizine5mg 1bd Fucibact oint twice daily Once infection is resolved shift on Rx of eczema Lobate-s oint twice daily Tab fexofenadine180mg 1od Rest of treatment for bp and gout to be continued with monitoring

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Eczematous dermatitis with secondary Infection may leads to cellulitis Clavam CL 625 mg bd Diclo PCM TDS. Levocet G bd Betadine lotion locally and fucibact oint. Later lobate-S fucibact oint locally bd. Rehydrate skin by applying moisturizer or emollient lotion locally Symptomatic treatment. Keep the area clean and covered with sterile gauge.

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Cellulitis of leg with severe eczema Need dual antibiotics for both gram +ve and gram -ve Tab.augmentin DDS 2 times a day Tab.linezolid 600 mg daily 2 times a day Tab.hifenac d 2 times a day Tab.razo 20 mg daily one bbf Ointment betonovate G for appilication For 7 days

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Chronic eczematus dermatitis wt cellulitis

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@ chr eczema with cellulitis

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SUGGESTIVE OF CHRONIC . STASIS. ECZEMA WITH CELLULITIS

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