The treatment of eczema, the synonym for dermatitis-1

The treatment of eczema, the synonym for dermatitis-1
Eczema is an inflammatory condition of the skin, the cause of which may be from outside environment, immune system, or a combination of both. The basic symptom is itch. There are many period of the symptoms for eczema. The conditions also could be acute, subacute, or chronic. The judgement could be by the careful histological examination from epidermis and dermis to observe the cell infiltrates.

The dermal stroma contains all the necessary components for amplification and modification of the cellular response. The response includes the separation of the keratinocytes in stratum corneum in epidermis. The following is dermatological therapies. 


Bathing and Soaks
There are three functions of bathing and soaks.
1.      Relief from itch for a moment.
2.      Astringent properties on skin which is exudative
3.      Prevent the bacterial proliferation such as Staphylococcus aureus by removing or reducing the inoculum size.

Water is effective for bathing eczematous lesions. It should not be too hot to avoid leaching of valuable skin lipids from both normal and damaged skin. Water does not need to be sterile because it is uncertain efficacy compared with ordinary water.

Aluminium Acetate
Aluminum acetate is a salt that is used as a topical astringent to treat skin irritations. Burow’s solution consists of 13% aluminium acetate. It is for the relief of skin irritations due to poison ivy, oak and sumac, rashes from allergic reactions to soaps, detergents, cosmetics and jewelry.

Potassium Permanganate
Potassium permanganate treats many skin infections, including eczema, canker sores, dermatitis, and acne. The antiseptic and fungicidal activity based on its oxidizing capacity.  This dilution is essential, as potassium permanganate crystals and concentrated solutions burn skin. Continued for too long, potassium permanganate can dry the skin.

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