Skin Rash

History:

Patient was exposed to chemicals while working. On day one, patient had minimal rash which progressively worsened over the next 2 to 3 days.  Two days later, he developed a blistering rash with associated burning and itching.

Solution:

Patient was monitored over several consecutive days by an XMD physician.

Physical Exam:

Vital signs were stable and patient is afebrile. Skin exam is as follows. See video…

Outcome:

Patient diagnosed with contact dermatitis. With proper wound care and medications dispensed from within the XMD Responder, patient was able to remain on location and finish out his hitch. Proper education was given to the patient with regards to the specific chemical that he encountered.

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