Research on the Electrocardiogram Manifestations of Acute Urticaria
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Feng Chen, Zhen Tian
Urticaria, commonly known as rubella mass, is a transient localized edema response caused by small vasodilation and increased permeability of the skin and mucosa, and it is a common allergic disease of skin and mucosa. Its etiology is complex, including food, medicine, infection, physicochemical factors, animal and plant factors, mental factors, systemic diseases, genetic factors. The most important clinical manifestation of urticaria is wind-mass and most patients feel severe itching, and wind-mass usually last for several hours, but it is prone to recurrent attacks. Urticaria can be divided into acute urticaria and chronic urticaria. The course of disease was acute urticaria at less than 6 weeks and chronic urticaria at or over 6 weeks. Acute urticaria is a common disease in dermatological clinic. From October 2015 to May 2018, 67 patients with acute measles were examined by electrocardiogram before and after treatment to investigate the relationship between ECG changes and other clinical symptoms in patients with Urticaria.
Electrocardiogram, Manifestations, Acute Urticaria