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Adults may experience accidental poisoning while cleaning at home or work. Poisoning can occur if you do not follow the instructions for proper product use during cleaning.
However, children tend to be at a higher risk for accidental poisoning from soap or cleaning products because they are more likely to drink or eat these products without realizing that they are toxic.
What Kinds of Treatment are Available for Actinic Keratosis?
There are six main strategies for treating actinic keratoses.
Excision. Excision means cutting the lesion from the skin. The doctor may choose to remove extra tissue under and around the lesion if there are concerns about skin cancer. Depending on the size of the incision, stitches may or may not be needed.
Cauterization. The affected lesions are burned with electric current. This kills the cells.
Cryotherapy. The lesion is sprayed with a cryosurgery solution. It freezes the cells on contact. This kills them. The lesion then scabs over and drops off in a few days.
Phototherapy. A solution is applied to the lesion and the affected skin is then exposed to a special light. The solution reacts to the light and causes the targeted cells to die.
Immunotherapy. Imiquimod is a topical cream that is applied to the actinic keratoses several times a week. It increases the activity of the body’s immune system. It is not clearly understood exactly how Imiquimod works on actinic keratoses.
How Is Allergic Eczema Treated?
Treatment for allergic eczema depends on the severity of your symptoms. In all cases, it is important to wash the affected skin with plenty of water to remove traces of the allergen.
If your symptoms are mild and do not bother you, no further treatment may be needed. You may wish to use a moisturizing cream to keep the skin hydrated and to repair damage. Over-the-counter corticosteroid creams can help with itching and inflammation.
If your symptoms are severe, your doctor may recommend prescription-strength ointments or creams.
What Is an Immunodeficiency Disorder?
Immunodeficiency disorders prevent your body from being able to fight infections and diseases the way it should. An immunodeficiency disorder makes you considerably more susceptible to catching viruses and bacterial infections.
Immune disorders are oftentimes categorized as either congenital or acquired.
What Are the Symptoms of Eczema?
Eczema is characterized by itchy, dry, rough, flakey, inflamed, and irritated skin. It can flare up, subside, and then flare up again. It can occur anywhere but usually affects the arm, inner elbow, back of the knee, or head (particularly the cheeks and the scalp). It is not contagious and becomes less severe with age.
Red or brownish-gray patches are common symptoms. Small, raised bumps that ooze fluid when scratched are another symptom. Scratching causes them to become crusty, which can signal infection. Thickened, scaly skin is another symptom.
Eczema can cause intense itching. Scratching further irritates and inflames the skin. This can cause infections that must be treated with antibiotics.