Abstract
ERYTHROMYCIN INDUCED MACULOPAPULAR RASH: A CASE REPORT

M. B. Preethi, *Dr. Aruna Bhushan

ABSTRACT

Here, we report a case of 9 year old young girl who was prescribed erythromycin for fever, cough and cold after which she developed severe maculopapular rash hand foot mouth disease. Erythromycin is a safest antibiotic used for the treatment of many bacterial infections like respiratory infections, pelvic inflammatory infection, chlamydial infection, syphilis, skin infections etc. It exhibit good activity against gram positive and few gram negative aerobes. Erythromycin causes few adverse effects, and hypersensitivity reactions are rare with erythromycin base.

Keywords: Erythromycin, maculopapular rash, hypersensitivity.


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