Erythema multiforme, a mild blistering skin eruption, is a milder version of Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS). EM can progress into Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS) or TEN (Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis). The most severe skin rash reactions to drug therapy are Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS) and TEN, which are skin diseases that result in eruptions resembling burns and are characterized by epidermal loss. Bextra causes Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS) and TEN.
What is the
What is a Bextra Stevens Johnson Syndrome reaction or TEN reaction?
Stevens-Johnson Syndrome, also known as (SJS) is a potentially deadly skin disease that usually results from a drug reaction. SJS is related to a similar disease called Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis. SJS results from a sulfa drug-related allergic reaction.
Both SJS (Stevens Johnson Syndroe) and TEN (Necrolysis) can be deadly. Even when not fatal, SJS and TEN are extremely painful. SJS and TEN are caused by an allergic reaction to a drug containing sulfa. Bextra contains sulfa and causes Stevens Johnson Syndrome.
Other drugs that have been linked to Stevens-Johnson Syndrome, including:
SJS can cause severe pain, not to mention the visual stress and anxiety.
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