The organisms or foreign material that enters the cell to kill some surrounding tissue, release toxins and cause inflammatory reactions by attracting a lot of white blood cells to the area and increase blood flow around. With it, the pus is a collection of dead tissue cells, white blood cells, infectious organisms or foreign material and toxins are released by both the organism and blood cells. Its structure end wall abscess is a boil that formed by healthy cells in maintaining barrier around the pus that limits the material that is easy to catch from the structures around him.
The main symptoms of the inflammation are redness, heat, swelling and pain. Blain/carbuncles can form in any solid tissue but often occur on the skin surface (where they may be low pustules or outer skin abscesses), in the lungs, brain, kidneys and tonsils. The main complication is the spread of pus material on nearby or distant tissues and tissue death that occurs widely. Boils are most of the body rarely heal by itself, so the treatment of Blain/carbuncles should now appear.
The first choice of treatment is surgery to remove the pus. It's important to realize that antibiotic treatment without surgery to remove the pus is rarely effective. However, when the operation involves a high-risk areas (such as the brain), surgery may be delayed or used as a last resort. The removal of pus from the abscess of the lungs can be done by placing the patient in a position that allows the pus out through the respiratory tract respiratory tract. After surgery to remove the pus, antibiotics are usually given to control infection.
Perianal pus present in patients with hemorrhoids disease (inflammatory bowel disease), Crohn's disease, or diabetes. Blain/carbuncles often begin with internal injuries due to Blain/carbuncles or unclean hard. These injuries are usually transmitted from the presence of impurities in the rectal area, and become Blain/carbuncles. Blain/carbuncles are often referred to as tissue cells swell and dilate the rectum and then became increasingly ill.
Plants that can be used to treat Blain/carbuncles, among others:
- Fresh leaves of Justicia gendarussa Burm. f. To taste, mashed. Used to compress.
- Leaves from Lantern Hibiscus - Hibiscus schizopetalus mashed. Put in place a sore (blain), and then bandaged.
- 30 g root of Orange Jessamine - Murraya paniculata [L.] Jack, washed and cut small. Boil 3 cups water until remaining 1 glass. Filtered and drink 2 times a day, each 1/2 cup.