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1

When exposed to poisonous plants, what should be done immediately to prevent dermititis?

cleanse w/ isopropyl alcohol and water, then soap and water shower

2

Monitor for signs of mood change and suicidal ideation w/ which acne med?

isotretinoin 13-cis-retinoic acid (Amnesteem)

- contraindicated in pregnancy and women of childbearing age

3

Acne Meds

Tretinoin

Benzoyl Peroxide

Topical Antibacterals

Isotretinoin 13-cis-retinoic acid (Amnesteem)

4

Apply Tretinoin (Retin-A) when?

20-30 mins after washing face (at night)

- use SPF-15 or more for sunburn

5

Why would clotrimazole be used for dermititis?

to treat candida albicans if it is the causative agent

- otherwise, use antihistamines

6

What urine output should be maintained with burn victims?

1-2 mL/kg/hr if less than 30 kg

30 kg/hr if more than 30 kg

7

-- is the bacteria associated w/ inflammation in acne.

Propionibacterium acnes

8

Lifespan of lice?

1 month (48 hrs w/out host)

- lays eggs at night
- eggs hatch in 7-10 days

9

What is Atopic Dermitits

type of eczema that is characterize by pruritus and associated w/ a history of allergies that are inherited

10

Thin, pencil-like marks on skin are signs of --

scabies

11

Scabies:

Treat entire family and everyone whose been in contact for --- after the infection.

60 days

12

How do you get the lesions to disappear w/ Atopic Dermatitis?

stop scratching

13

Treatment for Ringworm

selenium sulfide shampoo

topical antifungal (clotrimazole)

oral griseofulvin

oral ketoconazole (serious cases)

treat pets

14

Sign of Ringworm

scaly, circumscribed lesion w/ alopecia on scalp

ie: tinea capitis

15

How much permethrin for scabies?

How much permethrin for lice?

5% for scabies (cream)

1/% for lice (shampoo)

16

Which organism can cause contact dermititis?

candida albicans

17

Treating diaper dermititis, what should we use as a skin barrier?

zinc oxide

***use cornstarch to reduce friction