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Intense Pulse Light Treatment Principle
Intense pulsed light(IPL) is a technology used by cosmetic and medical practitioners to perform various skin treatments for aesthetic and therapeutic purposes, including hair removal, photorejuvenation. IPL can permanently reduce hair growth, most effectively in darker, coarser hair.
IPL stands for intense pulsed light, and it is a form of light therapy, used for various dermatological procedures including hair removal.
*Hair removal(Include Dark skin)
*Red face, red nose, spider veins.
*Age spots, sun spots, pigmentation troubles
IPL hauty equipment
430-1200nm for Acne
480-1200nm for age spots, sun spots, pigmentation troubles
560-1200nm for Skin rejuvenation
590-1200nm for red face, red nose, spider veins.
640-1200nm for hair removal
750-1200nm for hair removal on dark skin
*Pulse Number:1-15 adjust
*Pulse Width:1.0-10.0 adjust
*Pulse delay:1-50 adjust
*Shot period:1-4second adjust
*Display:8.0 inch touch display
*Free part:laser glasses,funnel,goggles
In this tutorial, Chris Schach M.D. discusses human scabies diagnosis and treatment options. This human infestation is fairly common. Scabies causes severe itching that can continue for years if not managed properly. The rash of scabies can be difficult to diagnose; therefore, familiarity with the symptoms and distribution of lesions will help make a more rapid diagnosis. For more information see your dermatologist or visit us at OnlineDermClinic.com.
*Skin condition which may affect various areas of the body. Classic distribution includes the finger webs, wrists, underarms, and groin.
*Caused by an infestation of mites
*Consists of irregular tracks at the site of infestation, accompanied by an itchy, red papular rash on the torso and limbs
Scabies is a skin condition which may affect various parts of the body. The condition consists of the formation of irregular grey tracks which are the burrows of mites, often in areas with skin folds, on the wrists, and soles of the feet, which is followed by the formation of an itchy, red papular rash on the torso and limbs. The condition is also accompanied by moderate to severe itching, which worsens at night. Additionally, itchy nodules may develop in the armpits or groin in some cases and may persist for weeks after the infestation has be resolved. Affected infants may also experience acropustulosis, the formation of blisters on the palms and soles. The condition also carries with it an increased risk of secondary infection.
Crusted Scabies occurs in patients are unable to scratch or are immunosuppressed. The number of mites is drastically larger, and typically consists of a very scaly rash, which may affect much of the body including the scalp and the palms and soles. The condition typically affects those persons whose immune systems are compromised, elderly persons, or those with neurological or mental disorders. It is most frequently seen in nursing home settings.
Scabies is caused by an infestation of the human itch mites, Sarcoptes scabeii. Female mites that have bred successfully burrow into the skin (causing tracks), and lay eggs. The generalized rash occurs as an allergic and irritant reaction to the mites themselves. The condition is typically spread via skin to skin contact, though it may be acquired from infected materials such as bedding, and may affect anyone. This is a human mite so it cannot be caught from animals. Scabies tends to be species specific when it comes to their host. We just don’t taste good to the dog Scabies mite. The dog Scabies mite causes sarcoptic mange and is not usually spread to humans; however, dog mites may occasionally bite us but these mites won’t live on our skin.
Differential Diagnosis (Other conditions with similar appearance)Acropustulosis of infancy
*Initial diagnosis based on clinical and microscopic examination
*Dermoscopy may be performed to confirm diagnosis and rule out other conditions
Scabies is initially diagnosed based on a clinical and microscopic examination of the affected area. Dermoscopy may be performed to confirm the diagnosis and to rule out similar appearing conditions.
*Treatment typically consists of administration of chemical insecticides.
*Symptoms may persist for weeks after treatment in most cases. The mites are dead but the rash may take a few weeks to resolve.
The primary goal in treating Scabies is to eliminate the infestation. This is typically accomplished with the administration of oral Ivermectin, topical application of Permethrin, or aqueous malathion lotions. These treatments typically eliminate the infestation within 3 days, though a follow up treatment is highly recommended. Most medications kill the living mites but do not kill the eggs; therefore, a repeat treatment is necessary in 7 to 14 days. Scabicides are typically applied on all skin areas from the chin down. Care should be taken to reduce risk of re-infestation by laundering all bedding and vacuuming carpets and furniture. Vacuum bags should be disposed of after the cleaning is complete. The condition typically takes 2-6 weeks to completely resolve after treatment.