World Journal of
Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences

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*Dr. Anju Yadav, Dr. P.K. Jain, Dr. Sanjeev Kumar, Dr. Monal and Dr. Ruchi


Introduction: Stevens–Johnson syndrome (SJS) is a type of rare severe skin disease. Drugs commonly associated with the development of SJS/TEN include cotrimoxazole, NSAIDS, anticonvulsants like carbamazepine and infections such as Mycoplasma pneumoniae and cytomegalovirus. These have high morbidity and mortality and counts among dermatological emergencies. Case presentation: We report an eventful case of a 11-year-old boy who suffered from carbamazepine-induced SJS/TEN. Our patient had a follow up case of intracranial space occupying lesion in right side of brain with seizures disorder. He was taking tab carbamazepin from one month before appearing of rashes. History of prodromal symptoms and exposure to carbamazepine helped in the diagnosis. Carbamazepine abstinence and a multidisciplinary approach in symptomatic management worked very well for the patient. Clinical discussion: Carbamazepine-induced TES/SJS, itself is life-threatening conditions, Which manifests multisystem effects and requires a multidisciplinary approach for management. Early intervention is the key. Carbamazepine-induced SJS/TEN is a predictable, specific, delayed hypersensitivity immune reaction involving human leukocyte antigen (HLA) alleles specific for carbamazepine and other drugs in defined populations. The mainstay of treatment is early recognition of the rash and immediate stopping of the drug along with the symptomatic treatment. Conclusion: Flu-like symptoms post carbamazepine exposure should not be overlooked as they can be prodromal symptoms of SJS/TEN. A multi- disciplinary approach and early intervention prevent secondary infections and complications. Proper counseling to patients goes a long way in preventing the development of this life-threatening condition.

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