2023
DOI: 10.3390/diagnostics13071290
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An Overview of Clinical Manifestations of Dermatological Disorders in Intensive Care Units: What Should Intensivists Be Aware of?

Abstract: Acute skin failure is rarely the primary diagnosis that necessitates admission to an intensive care unit. Dermatological manifestations in critically ill patients, on the other hand, are relatively common and can be used to make a key diagnosis of an adverse drug reaction or an underlying systemic illness, or they may be caused by factors related to a prolonged stay or invasive procedures. In intensive care units, their classification is based on the aetiopathogenesis of the cutaneous lesion and, in the meanti… Show more

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