Rosacea is a progressive disease that causes redness, pimples, and pus-filled bumps on the nose, cheeks, chin, and forehead.
Rosacea can be uncomfortable for your resident(s). Since this is a progressive disease, the condition can worsen over time and it’s important to ensure treatment starts as soon as rosacea is detected.
Rosacea symptoms can be treated on-site with oral and topical antibiotics. Once your facility’s assigned dermatology specialist assesses your resident’s skin, the appropriate medications will be prescribed, and the nursing staff will be informed how to apply the cream on the resident’s skin and/or how frequently the oral medication should be given to the resident.
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