The Cause Of A Child’s Skin Suddenly Blisters Such As Heat And Itching?
My child’s finger suddenly blistered out of whatever reason, it seems like it got hot too, because maybe my child is scratched and scratched like it is gliding like that, what action should I take? I am afraid of infection
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Chicken pox or varicella is an infection caused by the Varicella zoster virus, characterized by the appearance of a red itchy rash filled with fluid that is very itchy throughout the body. Accompanying symptoms can be strokes, dizziness, weakness, sore throat, and decreased appetite.
Impetigo bullosa is a skin infection caused by bacteria, in the form of blisters or blotches on the skin, which then cause yellow or brown crust.
Warts or verruca vulgaris is an infection caused by Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) on the surface of the skin that is marked by small bumps, rough texture, pale or brown, and sometimes itching and pain when touched.
I suggest you take your child to a dermatologist so that you can do a thorough direct examination, such as question and answer, physical examination of the skin, and supporting examinations if necessary such as blood tests to confirm viral infections, and culture of samples of rash or wound fluid, so that you can treatment that is appropriate for your child's diagnosis.
The things that can be done now are:
Drink lots of grooming and eat nutritious foods
Do not scratch or burn, because it increases the risk of infection.
Maintain personal hygiene, by bathing with warm water, 3-4 times a day. After that, dry with a pat-pat with a towel to dry.
Compress the rash or wound with cold water to relieve the symptoms of itching.
Get enough rest and wash your hands when touching a wound
Do not share personal items with others, such as clothes, nail clippers, towels, socks, or sandals.
Such information that I can provide, hopefully can help you