Nursing method for children with catarrhal stomatitis
Posted On 02/11/2020
Nursing method for children with “catarrhal stomatitis”
Katal stomatitis is the lightest form of inflammation and is more common in infants and young children, with only mild lesions of the mucosa.
Symptoms: Congestion and edema appear in all the mucous membranes of the oral cavity (including the tongue, cheeks, gums, palate, and lips), showing red lines.
Pain when eating, poor appetite, and dry stools.
In severe cases, exfoliation of the tongue coating is present and salivation is more frequent.
Treatment points 1, oral care, drink plenty of water, available 0.
05% potassium permanganate solution, 1% ~ 3% hydrogen peroxide or light saline to wash the oral cavity, protect the oral cavity clean and moist, and prevent infection.
2. Topical medication Bing Born Powder, 1% Gentian Violet, 2.
5% chlortetracycline, cod liver oil or glycerin, Qingdai powder, etc.
3, symptomatic treatment of systemic symptoms in a timely manner, timely supplementation of vitamin B2 and vitamin C and so on.
4.Traditional Chinese medicine treatment?
Apply a little persimmon to the affected area daily.
?Those with severe pain can apply Qingdai powder to the affected area, and rancid people can apply tin powder to the affected area.
?Evodia rutaecarpa is 9 grams, mashed, and vinegar is applied to the heart of Yongquan, and removed in 12 hours.
?One raw aconite, sliced and dried, mashed into pieces, and mixed with vinegar to make a cake, paste it on one side of the foot, once a day, and replace it on the other day.
Home care 1. The food your baby eats should be warm and cold, not too hot or too hard, so as not to damage the mucous membranes and cause inflammation.
2. Give your baby plenty of water to keep his mouth clean and moist.
3. You can use potassium permanganate solution or 1% ~ 3% hydrogen peroxide solution to clean your baby’s mouth regularly to prevent bacterial infection.
4. Observe the baby’s oral mucosa for congestion, edema, and other symptoms, such as exfoliation, eating pain, and salivation.