Treatments for pressure sores in the elderly include repositioning the patient to minimize pressure on the sore, cleaning the area around it and keeping it dry to eliminate the spread of infection, according to WebMD. A ... More »

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Treatment of sores on the buttocks of anyone with multiple sclerosis depends on the stage of the sores. Less severe sores can be treated by eliminating the pressure that is causing the sore and applying medication and dr... More »

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Causes of pressure sores in the elderly include sustained pressure on a bed or wheelchair and friction caused by shifting or changing positions, according to Mayo Clinic. Pressure sores can also be the result of shear, w... More »

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Pressure sores, or 'bed sores,' may be red, pink, yellowish or dark in color. Bedsores are classified into one of four stages, based on severity, according to Mayo Clinic. More »

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Treatments for patients diagnosed with flesh-eating bacteria, also known as necrotizing fasciitis, include intravenous antibiotic therapy, intravenous immunoglobulin to fight infection, blood transfusions, blood pressure... More »

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Treatments for an infection in the big toe include a topical ointment, antibiotics, chemical or laser treatments, and soaking the foot at home, according to Mayo Clinic. Mild infections clear on their own, but seek medic... More »

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Treatments for low blood pressure include identifying and treating an underlying condition contributing to low blood pressure, eating more salt, drinking more water, wearing compression stockings, and taking medication, ... More »

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