The types and treatments of complications encountered in the tattoo process—— I once talked about 14 signs of tattoo infection in one of my previous blog
- Early tattoo infection: 1-3 days after tattooing, mainly due to improper disinfection of tattoos or inadequate cleaning after tattooing.
It is manifested as slight itching and more exudation of interstitial fluid. It can be cleaned with metronidazole solution, or oral anti-inflammatory drugs and vitamins, such as (aciclovir tablets, bezoar detoxification tablets, Isatis root, vitamin B2).
2. Late tattoo infection: Early infection prevention and treatment is not timely. Itching, swelling, and exudation of interstitial fluid appear about 3–5 days after tattooing. Anti-inflammatory drugs can be taken orally, cleaned with topical gentamicin solution, and cleaned 3-5 times a day to achieve a therapeutic effect. You can continue to take oral anti-inflammatory drugs and vitamins, such as (aciclovir tablets, bezoar detoxification tablets, Isatis root, vitamin B2).
3. Infection blistering: divided into naturally blistering and virus blistering.
A. Naturally blistering: due to customer’s physical function and improper diet. it is generally manifested as large blistering, small quantity, concentrated in a certain part of the tattoo area. Treatment method: use a single needle to puncture the blister, wipe the infection solution with a medical cotton swab, clean the wound with metronidazole solution, and then mix metronidazole powder and metronidazole solution to the wound (3 The next day) until the blistering symptoms disappeared; at the same time, oral medicines (such as Sanhuang Tablets or Niuhuang Jiedu Tablets) sustained B2, etc. (see the drug description for details)
B. Blistering caused by infection: Generally, it is caused by customers with weak immunity or those who do not pay attention to contraindications after surgery. They appear on the outer edge of the operation area about three days after surgery, with small bubbles, large numbers and dense; treatment methods: You can use a single needle to puncture the bubble, wipe the infection solution with a medical cotton swab, clean the wound with gentamicin solution, and then apply metronidazole powder and gentamicin solution to the wound (3 times) The next day) until the blistering symptoms disappear; at the same time, oral antiviral drugs (such as antiviral granules or bezoar detoxification tablets, Banlangen granules) support B2, etc. (see the drug description for details)
4. Early rejection: generally appear in 10 days ~ a month
It is manifested as peeling, swelling, itching; timely oral anti-inflammatory drugs, vitamin B2, antiviral drugs, etc .; topical metronidazole water cleansing, smearing ainosone ointment, anti-exclusion ice crystals can achieve the treatment effect. (See drug description for details)
Anti-rejection ice crystals: After tattooing the lipstick become red, swollen, itchy, etc. appear about 10 to 1 month after finishing the lips. It can guarantee itching within half an hour, three times a day. (See drug description for details).
5. Late rejection: about a month after tattooing, it shows slight itching, bulging, whitening, repeated dryness, and severe exfoliation in the operation area.
Skin, a long time can not heal and other symptoms. Treatment method: oral anti-inflammatory drugs, astemazine (about 3 days), topical eloxone
Ointment application; oral anti-inflammatory drugs, cell regeneration factor can be used. (See drug description for details)
6. Early hyperplasia: It usually appears about 1-2 months after tattooing. Usually, the early infection, rejection and other problems have not been dealt with in a timely manner. At the same time, the customer’s immunity is low, which eventually leads to pathological changes in the skin. the result of.
Symptoms: The receiving surface is slightly convex and hard, and the peripheral nerves are not felt.
Treatment method: Three courses of vitamin B2 can be taken orally (one course is 7 days), while external application of metronidazole water to clean the skin, and use of scar treatment drugs such as scar reduction patches (see the drug description for details) can achieve the treatment effect. Handle in time for better results.
Qi Late-stage hyperplasia: Appears in about three months, and there is no abnormality on the surface. It feels angular and stiff when you touch it with your hands. It is relatively troublesome to deal with late-stage hyperplasia, and it can be treated with anti-scarving patches and scar drugs (see the drug description for details), but the treatment time needs a long time. If the drug does not heal, you can finally use laser treatment or skin cryosurgery for treatment.
Of course, sometimes many cases are not pigment rejection, allergic dermatitis or compression dermatitis, so this method cannot be used. For example, if a small white bubble appears after a few days of tattooing, it is allergic dermatitis. It can be treated with more than 100 states, or the needle tip can be disinfected, the small white bubble can be punctured, and then applied for more than a week. In this case, do not wrap plastic wrap.
Some bumps are not hyperplasia or rejection, but the accumulation of pigments, which can also be treated by wrapping with an empty needle and peeling plastic wrap.
Pigment accumulation also causes another situation. [Grease grains] are raised small hard objects. After maturity, one hard white point will be deducted, that is, oil grains, which are the place where the pigment blocks the pores. It can also be treated by covering the plastic wrap with ointment and peeling ointment.
Another case is the edge of the shallow mist. Red rash will appear during the recovery process. This is because the machine is fierce and beats the skin with high frequency. Some customers’ skin is more sensitive, which can easily cause compression dermatitis or neurodermatitis. It can use more than 100 states of care. The following information is available for your reference.
Allergic dermatitis is a common disease. This disease is caused by skin allergic reactions caused by contact with allergic antigens. It is mainly a type I allergy mediated by IgE. Those who are genetically or physically susceptible to specific antigens can cause immediate or delayed-type allergic dermatitis when exposed to this antigen, mainly referring to the human body’s contact with certain allergens and causing skin redness, swelling, and irritation Itchy, windy, peeling and other skin conditions. There are many drugs available for clinical treatment of allergic dermatitis. Patients with allergic dermatitis, in addition to prescribing a doctor for medical treatment, can also choose to purchase medicines at a pharmacy according to their symptoms. But after all, patients are not pharmacists. How to choose the right medicine becomes the key. When purchasing medicines for patients with allergic dermatitis, they need to consider and decide from many aspects such as the composition of the medicine, the efficacy of the medicine, and adverse reactions. Special groups such as infants and young children need to be careful in choosing medicines. Because hospitals are prone to cross-infection and time-consuming queuing, self-help drug purchase has become a new trend. Here we recommend a series of home-used medicines for patients with allergic dermatitis for the majority of patients. help.
What are the best medicines for allergic dermatitis?
1.Triamide acetate urea cream
Ingredients: This product is a compound preparation, containing 1 mg of triamcinolone acetate and 100 mg of urea per gram.
Function Indications: It is used for allergic dermatitis, eczema, neurodermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis and pruritus, and also for cleft palate in hands and feet.
Usage and dosage: For external use, 2-3 times a day, apply to the affected area, and gently rub for a while. Or as directed by your doctor.
Contraindications: It is contraindicated in infectious skin diseases such as impetigo, ringworm and jock itch. Those who are allergic to this product are prohibited.
2.Triamide acetate cream
Ingredient: Triamcinolone Acetate
Function indications: for allergic dermatitis, eczema, neurodermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, and pruritus.
Usage and dosage: topical, 2-3 times a day, apply to the affected area and gently rub for a while.
Contraindications: Infectious skin diseases are prohibited.
3, cyproheptadine hydrochloride tablets
Ingredients: The main ingredient of this product is cyproheptadine hydrochloride, and its auxiliary materials are: glyceryl monostearate, white petrolatum, stearic acid, stearyl alcohol, liquid paraffin, glycerin, Tween-80, triethanolamine, hydroxyphenylethyl ester.
Function indications: for allergic diseases, such as urticaria, pimples urticaria, eczema, itching of the skin.
Usage and dosage: oral. Adults take 1-2 tablets once, 2-3 times a day.
Contraindications: 1. Banned for pregnant women and lactating women. 2. Patients with glaucoma, urinary retention and pyloric obstruction are disabled.
4. Clobetasol propionate cream
Ingredients: The main ingredient of this product is clobetasol propionate, chemical name: 16β-methyl-11β-hydroxy-17- (1-oxopropyl) -9-fluoro-21-chloro-progesterone-1 , 4-diene-3,20-dione
Function indications: This product is used to treat neurodermatitis, chronic eczema, and relieve hypertrophic itchy skin disease.
Usage and dosage: topical, apply to the affected area, 2-3 times a day, once the condition is under control, change to once a day.
Contraindications: Those who are allergic to this product and other corticosteroids are prohibited.Betamethasone neomycin cream
Ingredients: The main ingredient is: Betamethasone, and its chemical name is: 16β-methyl-11β, 17α, 21-trihydroxy-9α-progesterone-1,4-di
Function indications: for allergic dermatitis, eczema, neurodermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, and pruritus.
Usage and dosage: External use: 2-4 times a day, apply to the affected area and gently rub for a while.
Contraindications: 1. Forbidden to infectious skin diseases, such as impetigo, ringworm, jock itch and so on. 2. Those who are allergic to betamethasone ointment are prohibited.
Reminder: If different drugs are used at the same time, drug interactions may occur and cause adverse reactions. If patients with allergic dermatitis are using other drugs, please consult a physician or pharmacist before use. The above commonly used medicines for the treatment of allergic dermatitis are provided for your reference only. For the health of you and your family, you must choose the medicines for treating allergic dermatitis from regular high-quality pharmacies. The usage and dosage should follow the doctor’s advice. Instructions, symptomatic, appropriate medication!
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