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Pancreatitis: how to care for the patient?


Pox pox is a viral disease that spreads through drip infections and is vaccinated against, and is not required. What can we do at home if our child has had varicella?

Pancreatitis: how to care for the patient?

Pox pox appears as tiny, red, itchy blisters on the body. Usually a mild disease, but there are particularly vulnerable groups (pregnant women, newborns, teenagers) and in any age group can cause more serious events.If our child has
  • let's cut the baby gum short so you can't scratch the blisters
  • Keep hands and clothing clean and dry
  • to relieve itching with a lukewarm shower
  • soak the water in your body with a soft towel and do not rub it
  • do not lubricate the bladders with anything to prevent the ingestion of bacteria living in the skin
  • we may use menthol swing powder
  • if your child is febrile, you may be given a flushing but never a salicylating flushing.
  • Be sure to seek medical attention if your child is vomiting, does not drink enough, if the skin becomes swollen due to exertions, if the child is weak, it is difficult to wake up, if it is very severe.More than two During this time, do not bring the child to the community, but you do not have to lie down.
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  • That is why chicken pox can be dangerous!