A resident of the English city of Kingston upon hull County of the East Riding of Yorkshire, received third-degree burns after half-hour stay under the sun. It is reported by local newspaper the Hull Daily Mail.
The incident occurred may 4 in Birmingham, when Wendy Sennett (Sennett Wendy) was in the paintball club. “I spent under the sun only half an hour, and then at my hands was afraid to look, she says. The right hand was so swollen that I almost didn’t see knuckles”.
Before this 58-year-old British woman, for several weeks of taking the steroid drug prednisone to treat laryngitis. Cure her skin became very sensitive. The woman admitted that she did not examine information about the tablets and did not know about the possible side effects.
Sennett was immediately provided medical assistance. The paramedics put on her wounds with a soothing gel and was given anti-inflammatory drugs. The patient forbade the further admission of steroid drugs. According to her, after 12 days the skin has not recovered.
The woman wanted to tell my story to prevent similar incidents. She warned people about the dangers of sun exposure in the treatment of steroid drugs.
In early April it was reported that the Australian Lillian Paul tried a new procedure to remove hair from the face and suffered burns. Beauty salon victim has paid the penalty for the caused harm.
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