Be Ready to Expedite Treatment for Stevens-Johnson or Other Derm Emergencies

You'll get questions about identifying and initiating treatment for Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) or other dermatological emergencies.

SJS and toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN) are the same skin reaction...but TEN leads to more blistering and epidermal skin detachment.

Look for fever, pain, lesions starting on the face and trunk, and mucous membrane involvement...such as the eyes, mouth, or genitals.

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