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millipede Burn Introduction-Symptoms-Treatment-Care-Diet

millipede Burn Introduction-Symptoms-Treatment-Care-Diet

Brief introduction of millipede burns

Millipede is a non-toxic herbivorous insect, which does not bite people and release toxins. However, when it crawls on human body and encounters a attack, the worm breaks and the glands on both sides release toxins. When people are infected with its poison, the toxin can produce burning heat, blisters and pigmentation. If it happens to enter the eyes, it can cause severe inflammatory reaction. Once the skin comes into contact with this toxin, it must be washed with plenty of water immediately.

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Basic knowledge of millipede burns

  • Whether it belongs to medical insurance: No
  • Incidence site: skin eye
  • Infectious: non-contagious
  • Multiple population: When exposed to millipede worm body rupture on both sides...
  • Related symptoms: persistent pain, blister or bullous damage, local burning, abnormal pigmentation, inability to plantar flexion and varus
  • Complicated diseases: sepsis and bacteremia

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