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1. Most of this disease will go away on its own. The fever may only last for a few days. The blisters will scab and disappear in 1 - 3 weeks.

2. This disease when it is. Often have immunity for the rest of their lives. will not be repeated

3. Should not use drugs that enter steroids, both oral (eg. pills) and topical because it can cause the disease to spread

4. Patients should be isolated from 24 hours before the appearance of the rash until 6 days after the appearance of the rash.

5. There is no slang for this disease. Patients should be encouraged to eat protein foods (such as meat, milk, eggs) as much as possible.

6. Nails should be cut short. And do not scratch the itchy blisters. may cause scarring

7. Should not share items with patients such as towels, handkerchiefs, glasses, spoons, plates, bowls, etc.

Should be vaccinated against chickenpox aged 1 year or older and revaccinated when children are 4 to 6 years old.

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