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Drug eruption or adverse cutaneous drug reaction is a complication of drug therapy that may increase the risk of morbidity and mortality.  

It appears from a common skin rash to rare/life-threatening drug-induced diseases. It may be limited to the skin or part of the systemic symptoms. 

Prompt medical attention should be sought if one experiences skin rash after drug therapy. Early identification of the condition identifying and omitting the culprit drug is the key to the management and prevention of a more severe drug rash. 

Few examples are


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Allergic test
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Avoid the stimuli
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Regular antihistamines usage
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Biologic such as Omalizumab