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Urticarial

A 45 Yr Male came on ED this Type patchy lesion occurring & itching, Pain, Redness before One Hr.

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Giant urticaria Inj Adrenaline 1:1000 1 amp im stat Inj Dexamithasone 4mg iv stat Tab Prednisolone 1mg/kg daily at 8AM for 4-5 days Tab Livocetrizine 10mg od×2weeks Dermadew caloe lotion/Hydroxizyne lotion topically

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Giant urticaria Inj Adrenaline 1:1000 1 amp im stat Inj Dexamithasone 4mg iv stat Tab Prednisolone 1mg/kg daily at 8AM for 4-5 days Tab Livocetrizine 10mg od×2weeks Dermadew caloe lotion/Hydroxizyne lotion topically

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Extensive Urticaria. Urticaria appears as raised, well-circumscribed areas of erythema (redness) and edema (swelling) involving the dermis and epidermis that are very pruritic (itchy), Acute urticaria: Hives lasting less than six weeks. The most common causes are certain foods, medications, or infections. Insect bites and internal disease may also be responsible. The most common foods that cause hives are nuts, chocolate, fish, tomatoes, eggs, fresh berries, and milk.

Urticaria ask for CBC ESR Blood SUGAR LFT RFT RE URINE RE STOOL IgE and treat with Tab Bandy plus once in a week for four such lotion Aquasoft CV apply locally twice daily Tab Levocet 5mg bd Tab Defcort 6mg bd Injection Histaglob one vial sc once in a week

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Urticaria rashes Adv- Tab-Atarax 10 mg /25 mg Tab-Bandy plus stat Tab-ivect 6 mg weekly for 4 weeks L/a Calamine lotion

Acute urticarial rashes normally subsides... after few minutes to hours... which can managed with antihistamine...at times leads to urticarial shock... which needs emergency treatment with adrenaline and steroids like hydrocortisone or dexamethasone Allergic antibody, dietary and environmental antibody detection can help to prevent recurrent urticarial pathology

URTICARIA

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SUGGESTIVE OF ACUTE URTICARIAL RASHES. SECONDARY. TO.. POSSIBLY. I C. D. ./. INSECT. BITE

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Looks Acute Urticarial Rash Inj Avil+ inj dexamethasone Tab foristal1bd Tab prednisolone

Urticaria advice antihistamines

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Severe urticarial patches also known as Hives is a common skin rash triggered by many things, including certain foods, medication and stress Hives usually go away without treatment, but antihistamine medication is often helpful in improving symptoms.cold compression also recommended

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