Itching and associated burning sensation... diagnosis and management ...

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? SHINGLES.. MANAGEMENT.. ACYCLOVIR..ORALLY AND TOPICALLY.. NEUROTROPHIC VITAMINS.. GABAPENTIN WITH NORTRIPTYLINE.. SYMPTOMATIC T/T..

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Herpes zoster Antihistamine orally. Analgesic orally. Tapering dose of steroid orally. Multivitamin and antioxidant orally. Acyclovir ORALLY AND with xylocaine jelly locally. Keep the area clean and covered with sterile gauge.

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Typical HERPES ZOSTER Herpex ointment locally Dolonex DT 1bd Neurobion 1bd Tab Acyclovir800mg 5times per day

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Herpes Zoster. Acyclovir 800 mg 5 times a day x 7 days. Ice compression. Xylocain gelly. Painkiller. VitvB1/B6/B12

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Vesicle A vesicle is a small blister less than 5 mm in diameter consisting of clear fluid accumulated within or below the epidermis. Vesicles may be grouped as DERMATITIS HERPETIFORMIS.

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SUGGESTIVE. OF. HERPES ZOSTER. INFECTION SHINGLES

HERPES ZOSTER NEED TAB.ACYCLOVIR 800mg * 5 dividing dose per day for 7-10Days PANCYCLOVIR OINTMENT OR ACYCLOVIR OINTMENT IF PAIN GABAPENTIN 100_300MG + NORTRIPTYLINE 10MG BED TIME* OD XYLOCAINE OINTMENT NEUROBION BD

Herpes zoster

For post-herpetic neuralgia Ask to apply ice thrice daily over lesion, then pat dry and apply calosoft Lotion three times daily Tab Gabaneuron 300/500 TDS Review after 1 week Plenty of fluids

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