Bumps On The Skin Of The Hands, Festering, Sore And Hot?
My 10-year-old brother in the hands of bumps containing pus said he was sore and hot. Thank you for that, why?
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Pus is a murky yellow liquid containing dead tissue and germs caused by infection in the area concerned. Pus often forms a lump either small or large, so it is called an abscess.
Pus can occur anywhere, whether in the skin, teeth, head, legs, lungs or liver and kidneys. Signs that often accompany the formation of pus, especially in the skin area, in the form of redness of the skin, pain, swelling, until the area around inflammation feels warm.
Some diseases that often cause pus on the skin, especially in young children are:
1. a bacterial contaminated wound or dirty wound
2. inflammation of the hair roots
3. insect bites accompanied by secondary infection
4. flea bites accompanied by secondary infections
5. inflammation of the skin accompanied by secondary infection
To ascertain the cause of this complaint, you should consult directly with a family doctor or dermatologist. The doctor will conduct interviews, physical examinations and supporting examinations to help establish the diagnosis. The diagnostic results obtained will be a reference for treatment, both drug delivery and wound care.
In connection with your question, the presence of complaints of bumps and pus accompanied can indeed cause complaints of pain and heat in the area concerned, this condition is often caused by an infected wound, infected inflammation, or inflammation of the roots of your sister's hair. Poor treatment after an injury occurs, inflammation of the skin can be a cause of entry of infection in the area, and if not done good care, this infection can develop into pus or abscesses. Therefore, even if pus is formed, you should advise your younger sibling to provide good abscess or pus treatment.
And if this complaint has lasted several days, you should suggest that an older person take your younger sibling to consult directly with a family doctor or dermatologist as described above, so that complaints of pus on your sister's skin can improve quickly.
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