Skin rash caused by allergy to elastoplast

Skin rash caused by allergy to elastoplast

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Caption: Elastoplast allergy. Rectangular pink skin rashes on a patient's skin caused by allergy to adhesive glue in a sticking plaster. This type of skin reaction, called contact dermatitis, is best dealt with by avoiding the substance that provokes it. Severe rashes can be controlled with corticosteroid drugs. Scratching should be avoided to prevent further damage to the skin, which could lead to infection.

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Keywords: allergic, allergic reaction, allergy, allergy to plaster, condition, contact, contact dermatitis, dermatitis, disorder, elastoplast, healthcare, medical, medicine, plaster, rash, skin

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