Urticaria, commonly known as wheals, is a common skin disorder. Symptoms are temporary, itchy, raised bumps that usually clear up in a few hours, but may return later to other parts of the body.
After treatment, penetrating fluid will flow out of the affected area, which is a normal phenomenon, and then there may be a scab. At this moment, do not use your fingers to scrape it off, but let it fall off on its own.
In winter, the air is dry and the oil secreted by the skin is less. Especially the middle-aged and elderly people or the people with dry skin will itch because of the dry skin in winter.
Psoriasis, commonly known as scaly tetter, is characterized by red papules or patches with distinct borders accompanied by silvery-white exfoliation.
Ultraviolet (UV) radiation treatment (phototherapy) uses special wavelength UV light to irradiate the skin and regulate the immune response to produce therapeutic effect on your disease.
Cryotherapy uses liquid nitrogen at 196°C below zero to freeze the cells in the lesion and achieve the therapeutic effect.
Change the dressing at least once a day. Change it again if the wound gets dirty or wet.
Please prepare the following items: sterile cotton swab, sterile saline, ointment, sterile gauze or artificial skin.
Scabies are caused by the mite Sarcoptes scabiei, which parasitizes on the skin surface, especially in the folds and soft areas of the body, including fingers, toes, shoulder blades, wrists, elbows, armpits, waist, nipples, penis, buttocks, etc.
There is evidence indicating that 90% of HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) patients with cervical cancer are associated with early age sexual activities and poor hygiene.