Necrosis, septic shock forced to do a prosthetic anus just because male medicine cures boils
April 16, 2022 07:23 GMT+7
Hung Vuong General Hospital (Phu Tho) has just received a female patient with perineal necrosis due to male drug treatment for boils.
The female patient was brought to the emergency room by her family in a state of pain in many areas of the perineum, the perineal area had a complicated abscess, oozing pus, about 10x15cm in size around the anal opening.
The patient said that about 20 days before entering the hospital, the patient appeared to have boils in the perineal area, and after taking the drug for a week, it did not help, and arbitrarily used male medicine to cure the boil.
About 10 days ago, a mass appeared, causing pain in the anal region, making it difficult for the patient to sit and walk, eat less, defecate, and have difficulty urinating.
|Patient has perineal necrosis|
More frightening, the more male medicine is applied, the more and more painful the pain is, the pus draining. At this time, the family took the patient to the emergency hospital.
The results of the patient’s resonance imaging showed an image of an anal fistula through the sphincter located at 4 o’clock, creating a soft abscess in the buttocks on both sides. After doing the tests, the patient was given anti-shock, antibiotics, intravenous fluids and performed surgery to treat complicated abscesses and made an colostomy of Sigma’s colon.
Direct surgery and treatment for the patient Dr. Dang Thanh Hai – Director of the hospital said: this is a rather complicated case, because the patient used tobacco of unknown origin causing the infection to spread. wide, leading to blood infection, causing extensive necrosis of the skin and perineal soft tissues.
Besides, the patient has a history of being treated for Type II diabetes, so healing and recovery will take a long time.
Through this case, the doctor warned people not to apply any tobacco or leaves to the wound, burn or boil to treat, because it will cause the wound to become infected or spread. If the infection is not treated promptly, it can lead to sepsis, necrosis, even death.
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