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Drug Reaction

Male / 40 yrs, having loose stool on 12.04.21, episode (3 to 4). Went to chemist shop for medicine. Chemist gave 1 tab of O2 and 1 tab of Lomotil. Pt having Blister. Investigations What will be the investigation if req??? Diagnosis Suspected ofloxacin and ornidazole reaction Management What will be the management????

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Bullous FDE Levocet 5mg bd. Tapering dose of steroid works as anti inflammatory and decrease redness. NSAID orally sos. Rupture the blisters with sterile needles and wash area with diluted betadine lotion. Apply lobate-S fucibact oint locally. Stop medication. Keep the area clean and covered.

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Bullous drug eruptions.. This refers to adverse drug reactions that result in fluid-filled blisters or bullae. Blistering can be due to various medications, Corticosteroids. The most common treatment is prednisone..

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Bullous FDE Levocet 5mg bd. Tapering dose of steroid works as anti inflammatory and decrease redness. NSAID orally sos. Rupture the blisters with sterile needles and wash area with diluted betadine lotion. Apply lobate-S fucibact oint locally. Stop medication. Keep the area clean and covered.

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? BULLOUS DRUG ALLERGIC ERUPTIONS.. STOP USE OF SUCH DRUGS.. TOPICALLY.. CLOBATE GN.. LEVOCETIRIZINE.. OMNACORTTIL..

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Corticosteroids. The most common treatment is prednisone, which comes in pill form. ... Steroid-sparing drugs. These drugs affect the immune system by inhibiting the production of your body's disease-fighting white blood cells. ... Other drugs that fight inflammation. An example is methotrexate (Trexall).

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Bullous drug eruptions or Localised or mild blistering reaction with only one or a few blisters in a restricted area

Bullous FDE Stop drug Clop gm oint locally Tab Levocet bd tab Medrol 8 mg bd

Bullous Fdr

BULLOUS FDR ? Rx STOP DRUGS PREDNISOLONE TEMPERING DOSE

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