Skin Rash, also known as eczema, is a group of diseases, resulting in swelling of the skin. These diseases are characterized by itching, red skin and a rash. In short-term cases, small blisters may occur, while in the long term cases the skin may be thick. The area of skin involved may vary from small to the entire body.
A dermatitis is a group of skin conditions, including swelling of atopic dermatitis, swelling of the allergic contact dermatitis, obstructive contact dermatitis and stomach dermatitis. The exact cause of dermatitis is often vague. In cases may include a combination of irritation, allergies, and bad venous withdrawal. The type of dermatitis is usually determined by the location of the person's history and grain. For example, inflammation of the interstitial dermis is often on the hands of people who often wet them. Allergic contact Dermatitis occurs when one is in contact with an allergen, which causes hypersensitivity reactions in the skin.
Treatment of atopic dermatitis is usually treated with moisturizer and steroids. The steroid cream should generally be of mid-strength and may be less than two weeks in time because side effects can occur. If there are signs of a skin infection, then antibiotics may be required. Contact dermatitis is usually treated by avoiding allergens or irritants. Antihistamines help in reducing scratches with sleep and at night.
Dermatitis was estimated to affect 245 million people worldwide in 2015. The inflammation of atopic dermatitis is the most common type and usually begins in childhood. In the United States, it affects about 10-30% of people. Contact dermatitis is twice as much compared to men in women. At any time, allergic contact dermatitis affects about 7% of people. Irritability Contact Dermatitis is common, especially among those who do some jobs; Accurate rates are not clear.