The study found that dermatitis is a disease on the hands. It is a skin disease. In this disease, problems like rashes, swelling and khulji occur on the skin of the patients.
The havoc of Coronavirus has greatly affected the world. During this time people have been specifically asked to keep cleanliness. He was made aware to wash and sanitize his hands again and again. However, it has been said that due to keeping more hands clean or sanitizing, skin diseases can also be surrounded. In the meantime, a new study has revealed that during epidemics, strictly cleansing the hands also affects the skin. This study was presented in a program of dermatological effects on COVID-19.
Researchers from Father Muller Medical College of India have analyzed this on 582 people, which included people from common people to healthcare professionals. The study found that dermatitis is a disease on the hands. It is a skin disease. In this disease, problems like rashes, swelling and khulji occur on the skin of the patients. Although this disease is not serious, people start rubbing their skin after itching and scratching the skin with their nails, due to which the infection starts to spread and the disease starts to grow. This problem is called ‘dermatitis’ in Hindi.
Dryness is increasing in hands
According to the study, researchers have found that dermatitis in the hands is now found to be 92.6 percent in healthcare professionals and 68.7 percent in normal people. Earlier, the disease was 3 percent among the healthcare workers and 2.4 percent among the common people. People participating in this study have said that skin irritation and dryness have been seen by constantly cleaning hands.
Skin-disease epidemic is also continuing
Dr. Monisha Madhumita of Father Muller Medical College said, ‘This research really shows the effects of ever increasing handwashing and alcohol based sanitite to keep the hands of healthcare professionals and the general public clean. EADV Board Member and Professor Mary-Alethe Richard of the University of La Timon, Marseille, said that this research suggests that COVID-19 is a skin-disease epidemic during the pandemic and I am excited to see that on this issue How the dermatology community goes about finding potential solutions.
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