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Shifa Nuan is still tolerated to be alert to children’s allergic purpura

In spring, the weather is warm and cold, and children are susceptible to respiratory infections. Therefore, it is easy to cause children with allergic purple epilepsy. Many parents are unfamiliar with this disease. They did not take a timely consultation because they did not know enough. Today, a brief introduction to allergic purpura diseases, I hope that parents will be able to correctly understand and actively treat them in the future.

What is allergic purpura?

Allergic purpura is a systemic vasculitis with small vasculitis as the main lesion. The clinical feature is that platelets do not reduce purpura, often accompanied by joint swelling and pain, abdominal pain, blood, blood urine and proteinuria. Most of them occur in children aged 2 to 8, and there are more boys than girls. They have onset all year round, and they have the most in the spring and autumn. Most of the allergic purpura is caused by infection, which is the most prone to occur during seasonal transformation.

What are the clinical manifestations?

1. Skin purpura

It is more common in the limbs and hips, symmetrical distribution, more extension, in batches, and less facial and trunk. From the beginning, it was purple -red macular, which was higher than the skin surface and did not fade. After a few days, it turned to dark purple, and eventually faded from brown. A small number of severe children can be integrated into large blisters with hematopoietic necrosis, and some cases may be accompanied by urticaria and vascular edema. Skin purpura generally retreats after 4 to 6 weeks, and some children recur after several weeks and a few months later.

2. Gastrointestinal symptoms

Generally, it is mainly due to severe abdominal pain. It is often located in the umbilical weekend or lower abdomen. It can be accompanied by vomiting, but vomiting blood is rare. Some children may have dark or bloody stools. Occasionally, intestinal cases, intestinal obstruction, or intestinal perforation.

3. joint symptoms

About 1/3 of the cases may have large joints such as knees, ankles, elbows, and wrists, and the activity is limited.

4, kidney symptoms

The symptoms of the kidneys occur during the 1 month of the disease, and can also occur late in the course of the disease. After other symptoms disappear, most children have hematuria, proteinuria, and tubular urine. A small number of nephropathy syndrome is manifested.

Preventive measures must be done well

1. Avoid contact with allergens

Pay attention to avoid the original contact with allergens, such as pollen, chemicals, paint, gasoline, dust mites, etc. “Children with allergies should not raise pets, try to minimize contact with animal fur, especially children who have already clarified allergens should pay more attention.

2. Pay attention to diet hygiene

Washing your hands frequently, do not eat melon fruits and aquatic plants, to eliminate the opportunity of intestinal parasitic infection. If possible, strengthen exercise, enhance physical fitness, improve the body’s immunity to various infections, and avoid the cause of allergic purpura.

3. Pay attention to weather changes

Parents should pay attention to climate change, timely increase or decrease clothes, prevent cross -infection, reduce colds, and ventilate ventilation in the room to keep the indoor air fresh. After a cold, pay attention to observation, and timely find that children’s skin purpura, abdominal pain, joint swelling and other performances.

It should be reminded that if you have an allergic purpura and do not vaccinate various vaccines before the condition is cured, it must be cured for 3 to June before the vaccination can be performed, otherwise it may lead to the recurrence of the disease.

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