DISEASES OF CHILDHOOD : DERMATITIS EXFOLIATIVE (DERMATITIS EXFOLIATIVA RITTERI) - etiology, pathogenesis, symptoms and course of, recognition, prediction and prevention
The etiology and pathogenesis are not yet known.
Symptoms. The epidermis is separated from the corium, formed large bubbles burst; the remains of their hanging pieces, red and loosened the corium layer is exposed.
The turbulent. For 1 - 2 days down almost the entire epidermis.
Recognition is not difficult. To differentsirovat from congenital forms of bullosa, benign water and the eritrodermii Liner (see).
It is best to leave the child without any bandages, cotton wool and even diaper, screens surrounding him. Baths with potassium permanganate or oak bark. Lubricate the skin with sterile oil. Severely inflamed places to grease 3% silver nitrate. Injection maternal blood (10-20 ml). Blood transfusion (20 - 30 ml). Streptocide. Injections of penicillin (3 000 - 6 000 units per 1 kg of body weight) and topical application of penicillin (1 ml 1 000 - 5 000 units). Meticulous care. Breastfeeding.