Dyshidrosis

Dyshidrosis (synonym of Vodenitza) - the appearance of the skin of the palms and soles, less often on the sides and the rear of the hands and feet of multiple scattered bubbles with a tight lid and clear content sitting deep in the epidermis. Subjective - burning and itching. Dyshidrosis is usually observed among people suffering from hyperhidrosis (sweating of the palms and soles), and is often associated with functional impairment of the neurovascular apparatus of the skin. Recurs in spring and autumn. Dyshidrosis may be secondary (when the plicarum, candidiasis and other).
Treatment. Prescribed 3 times a day diphenhydramine 0.03 g or suprastin 0,025 g and other antihistamines, gluconate calcium 0.5 g; injection of vitamin B1 (5% solution 2 ml); local - hot baths with a weak solution of potassium permanganate; bubbles to open, lubricate alcoholic solution of aniline dye.
Prevention - purpose funds, strengthen the nervous system, and the treatment of hyperhidrosis (see Sweating).