DERMATITIS Causes Symptoms Types of Dermatitis Types of Medications Prevention Presented By: Raul Salazar Jr. Felipe Ortiz. - презентация
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DERMATITIS Causes Symptoms Types of Dermatitis Types of Medications Prevention Presented By: Raul Salazar Jr. Felipe Ortiz
What Is Dermatitis ? Dermatitis is the inflammation of the skin caused by factors such as: Allergies Irritants Ultraviolet light Foods Medications Hereditary
Types of Dermatitis SEBRORRHEIC DERMATITIS CONTACT DERMATITIS ATOPIC DERMATITIS
Symptoms associated with Dermatitis ( depending on type of dermatitis) SEBORRHEIC DERMATITIS: Skin eruptions on face, scalp, and trunk of body. This symptoms will produce greasy, dry scales and will appear reddish. CONTACT DERMATITIS: The appearance of skin vesicles that ooze, burn, itch,sting or scale. ATOPIC DERMATITIS: There will appear lesions on the face, neck, knees, elbows, trunk of body.
Medications for Dermatitis SEBORRHEIC DERMATITIS: Medications include but not limited to shampoos, creams containing ketocanzole or hydrocortisone. For severe cases use ultraviolet radiation. ATOPIC DERMATITIS: soap-free cleanser, creams containing alphahydrox acid lotions. A person can also use topical antihistamines. CONTACT DERMATITIS: use emollient creams, oral steroids, topical steroids.
Contact Dermatitis Contact dermatitis with Nickel. Reddish marking and itching will occur.
ATOPIC DERMATITIS Reddish marks appear on face, neck,elbows. This can be treated with a soap-free cleanser or creams.
SEBORRHEIC DERMATITIS Redness and flakes appear in the head. Eruptions on scalp may appear. Treated with shampoos containing ketokonazole or hydrocortisone
PREVENTION SEBORRHEIC : Try to get adequate sleep, a good diet. Try to avoid any allergens. ATOPIC: The best prevention again is to avoid any known allergens that will trigger a reaction. The same recommendation applies for CONTACT DERMATITIS wear loose fitting cloths. PREVENTION is the best defense for any dermatitis.
WORKS CITED Diseases of the Human Body : Carol D. Tamparo Marcia A.Lewis. Second edition Goggle John A. Michael,MD,FRCPC,FAAEM Consulting Staff, Department of Emergency Medicine, Northshore Medical Center