Angiodema Treatment - Idiopathic Angiodema

Angioedema is a deadly skin disorder characterized by rapid swelling. This article will describe the best possible angiodema treatment and how to cope with idiopathic angiodema.

Idiopathic angiodema is one of the tougher types of angioedema to treat. The reason is that the causes of this disease are not clearly known. Certain factors can trigger this disease, but in most cases, the swelling progresses without any known cause. Sometimes, it is mistakenly referred to as urticaria angioedema.

Angiodema treatment should be carried out according to the specific type i.e. acquired angiodema, or hereditary angiodema etc. In case of acquired angiodema, epinephrine has been a fruitful drug but in case of hereditary angiodema its results are not persistent. Cinnarazine has also been used frequently, especially in the patients with liver disorders as it stops the formation of C4.

For a proper a angiodema treatment , a timely and correct diagnosis is mandatory. In many cases the symptoms are pretty similar to other diseases i.e. acute abdomen. A qualified doctor should take urine and blood tests. Certain therapies, antihistamines have also been used besides epinephrine, cinnarazine and many other drugs.

Certain drugs can also cause angiodema, therefore it is recommended not to take any other drugs during the treatment. Angiodema can also result as a side effect of ACE inhibitor induced therapy, people prone to angiodema must consult a qualified doctor before any medication or therapy.

Chronic Angiodema

Chronic diseases persist longer and so does chronic angiodema. According to their lasting period, angiodema can be divided into two categories: acute angiodema which usually disappears within a few hours after the outbreak whereas chronic angiodema persists much longer. The symptoms usually reappear at least twice a week and stay for more than six weeks. However, there is no upper limit and the person may experience these attacks all his life. A proper diagnosis of the causes, followed by the apposite treatment and avoiding the triggering factors can minimize the effects of chronic angiodema.


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