One thing I wander is I was asked to taken after breakfast, but it need to be admistrate empty stomach….could anyone clear my doubt about this?
So, as the title shown, I had my first review on 5Jan after treatment one month ago,
what is the treatment I mean?
nah, ntg la, all about drug consuming, and some emollient for me to eat.
for , it already cost me Rm 490 this time, so hopefully I will be recover from it, or at least, I can retain it from getting worse, because atoipc eczema is so far cannot be totally cure, and it may come on and off.
The drugs and emollient that I got, ALOT!! poor me
Last time, the doctor prescibe oxyace for me, this time, its is Cod liver oil, Rm4 0
I consume Atarax every night after meal following the instructions from doctor.
ATARAX is indicated to assist in the management of anxiety in adults.
Atarax is indicated for the management of pruritus(intense itching sensation) associated with acute and chronic urticaria, including cholinergic and physical types, and atopic and contact dermatitis in adults and children.
Hives are raised, often itchy, red welts on the surface of the skin. They are usually an allergic reaction to food or medicine.
Symptoms: Itching; Swelling of the surface of the skin into red- or skin-colored welts
Antihistamines are the most common treatment for hives.
Derma= skin (greek)
itis = inflammation
dermatitis = inflammation of skin
CONTACT DERMATITIS is a condition in which the skin becomes red, sore, or inflamed after direct contact with a substance. There are two kinds of contact dermatitis: irritant or allergic.
Treatment for contact dermatitis
1.Treatment includes washing with lots of water to remove any traces of the irritant that may remain on the skin. You should avoid further exposure to known irritants or allergens.
2. In some cases, the best treatment is to do nothing to the area.
3. Emollients or moisturizers help keep the skin moist, and also help skin repair itself. They protect the skin from becoming inflamed again. They are a key part of preventing and treating contact dermatitis.
4. Corticosteroid skin creams or ointments may reduce inflammation. Carefully follow the instructions when using these creams. Overuse, even of low-strength over-the-counter products, may cause a skin condition.
5. Along with, or instead of corticosteroids, your health care provider may prescribe drugs called tacrolimus ointment or pimecrolimus cream to use on the skin.
In severe cases, corticosteroid pills may be needed. You will start them on a high dose, which is tapered gradually over about 12 days. You may also receive a corticosteroid shot.
Wet dressings and soothing anti-itch (antipruritic) or drying lotions may be recommended to reduce other symptoms.
Posology = The pharmacological determination of appropriate doses of drugs and medicines
Posology and method of administration
|Method of administration: oral.
Adults 50-100mg four times daily.
Adults Starting dose of 25mg at night increasing as necessary to 25mg three or four times daily.
Use in the elderly A reduced dose is advised. This is due to a possible increase in the volume of distribution, prolonged action and the possible effect of age-related changes on pharmacologic functions, including hepatic metabolism and renal excretion (see Section 5.2 ‘Pharmacokinetic properties’)
Use in children From 6 months to 6 years 5-15mg rising to 50mg daily in divided doses and for children over 6 years, 15-25mg rising to 50-100mg daily in divided doses.
As with all medications, the dosage should be adjusted according to the patient’s response to therapy.
Hepatic impairment The total daily dose should be reduced by 33%. Use in patients with severe liver disease should be avoided (see Section 4.4 ‘Special Warnings and Precautions for Use’)
Renal impairment For patients with moderate or severe renal impairment, it is recommended that the total daily dosage should be reduced by 50% (see section 4.4 ‘Special Warnings and Precautions for Use’).