Louisiana (LA) Chemical Peel

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Chemical Peel Procedure

It`s a procedure in which a controlled chemical burn is applied to the skin using chemical solution in order to remove outer layers of the skin. It can remove delicate wrinkles, pigmentation marks and other skin defects. Peeling also has some medical advantages like removal of pre cancerous conditions and acne scars.

The solutions being used are phenol, trichloroacetic acid (TCA) and alphahydroxil acids (AHA).

AHA is used for delicate peeling, it gives you smooth and shine skin, and it also treats delicate wrinkles, acne scars and pigmentation. Several treatments usually required on weekly bases. The solution can also be incorporated into cr?mes or facial wash and can be used on daily bases.

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Louisiana is known for its unique history, its oil/gas and seafood empires, its music, its diverse cultural make-up, including the Cajun culture of Southwest Louisiana and its once dominant Creole culture, its vast wetlands, swamps, bayous, and its sugar & cotton plantations along its waterways.

TCA is used for intermediate peeling. It removes wrinkles and superficial skin defects and pigmentation. Usually more then one treatment required and it has longer healing times then AHA. It can be used in whole body parts.

Phenol is the most powerful solution, which is used for deep peeling. It removes deep wrinkles, pre malignant conditions and skin defects due to sun exposure; it also causes brighter skin color. It can be used only in the face area.

It is recommended to use several creams before the peeling to get better results. Retin-A thinners the upper layers of the skin and hydroquinone which bleaches the skin.

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Mortality and morbidity among elderly people with burns-Evaluation of data on admission.

Burns. 2008 Mar 29;

Authors: Lumenta DB, Hautier A, Desouches C, Gouvernet J, Giorgi R, Manelli JC, Magalon G

People aged >/=65 years represent a growing population within burns units in the Western world. In 2001, this group was reported to rise to 20% of such admissions. We reviewed the records of 265 burn cases with complete admission and discharge histories, from January 1990 to December 2003 in an A-level regional burns centre. The predictive value of age, gender, total body surface area burned (TBSA), inhalation trauma (IT), premorbid conditions and currently used burn scores (Baux, ABSI, Ryan) for haemodynamic or respiratory complications, mortality and morbidity were analysed. Additionally a subset of patients with diabetes mellitus and >30% total body surface area burned were reviewed. About 16% of all admissions with burns were >/=65 years of age, with a mortality rate of 30.6% (81/265). Only gender and premorbid conditions did not influence mortality. Haemodynamic and respiratory complications were significantly related to TBSA, presence of I and any of the three scores (all p<0.001). Among survivors (184/265), the median duration of hospital stay was 26.0 days. Factors contributing to a significantly increased length of stay were, in decreasing order, total body surface area burned, high levels of burn scores, inhalation trauma, flame injury and certain premorbid conditions (cardiovascular disease, alcoholism). About 77.7% of all patients were discharged either to a rehabilitation centre or back to their previous form of housing. This study showed that among burned people aged >/=65 years a good outcome as evaluated on discharge can be achieved. Studies pooling different centres' results are needed to improve the significance of conclusions drawn from these data.

PMID: 18378400 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]

(Source: Burns : Journal of the International Society for Burn Injuries) More...

The peeling is done by the following techniques: AHA - after the cleaning of the skin the doctor spreads the solution on the skin. It takes 10 minutes, afterwards the doctor gives you instructions how to use this cream for several weeks at home.. During those weeks you`ll be invited for check up to follow the progress of peeling.

TCA - usually takes 45 minutes. You may feel a burning sensation which disappears after a few minutes. Second treatments usually done with an interval of a couple of month.

Peeling with phenol lasts 1-2 hours. One treatment usually sufficient. You`ll need to cover the face with a bandage or Vaseline cream.

After the treatment with AHA you can immediately return to daily activities, but you must wear sunscreen. TCA causes redness and swelling which disappears during the week, you can return to work after 7-10 days. After the use of phenol skin regeneration usually takes 7-10 days. At first you`ll have a very reddish skin that will gradually change to pink color. It is very important to avoid direct sun exposure and use sunscreen to avoid burns and pigmentation.

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What are the types of chemical peels used for skin resurfacing?
Depending on the strength and the ingredients that go into it, there are different types of chemical peels used for skin resurfacing in Louisiana(LA). AHA peels that use glycolic acid are used for superficial peels. In order to treat skin blemishes, pigmentation and wrinkles, the trichloracetic peels are used. Phenol peels are used to treat skin that is damaged due to skin exposure and rough skin.

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