Bumps and bumps are inevitable in life, and we often stumble upon them by accident, so what do we do if we, psoriasis patients, get injured? Why psoriasis should prevent injury, I will tell you today.
Why injury should be avoided with psoriasis:
1. When a patient has a wound, superantigen produced in wound contacts T-lymphocytes in wound, thereby causing skin lesions that can also be caused by other complex pathological changes;
2. When a wound occurs, patient's local tissue cells release various cytokines and infiltrate lymphocytes, which can easily cause immune disorders and cause excessive proliferation of keratinocytes;
3. The wound damages some blood vessels in cerebral cortex, increases permeability of blood vessels, causes changes in capillaries, and vascular endothelial growth factor released by vascular endothelial cells, etc. stimulates the proliferation of keratinocytes.
How to treat psoriasis:
First of all, if skin of body of a patient with psoriasis is damaged, a clean towel or gauze should be used to gently press wound in time to stop bleeding and slow down bleeding. Because skin tissue of face is thin and blood vessels are rich, when face bleeds, amount of bleeding is large and rate is high. Patients with psoriasis are more likely to bleed after face is scalded or scratched. Do not panic when faced with such a situation, try to minimize degree of injury, which will be of great help in subsequent treatment.
Secondly, if patient has difficulty breathing, a blue face and purple lips, it is likely that airways, mouth and nasal cavity are blocked by foreign objects, blood clots and other objects. Take it out immediately or turn head to side to let foreign body flow out. You can also check if patient has tongue retention, because this can easily block pharynx and cause difficulty breathing.
Psoriasis can be cured clinically if it receives professional treatment at an early stage and proper care at a later stage. As long as daily work of a nurse is done well, we psoriasis patients can also live a normal life