More than a month ago, he was hospitalized with gastropathy and received multiple injections of suspension needles on his wrist. It hurts when you touch it for a month in a row. Recently, it doesn't hurt when you touch it, but there is a small section of blood vessel in the wrist that is hard and prominent and hasn't subsided. The shooting is not obvious, but the reality is obvious.
Dear patient, your blood vessels are hard and protruding after infusion. This belongs to phlebitis caused by infusion, which can be relieved by hot compress.
Hello, according to your description, you must pay attention to control the infusion speed during infusion. After each infusion, you need a hot compress to alleviate the symptoms,
Your change may be caused by phlebitis, but the above is prominent. Pay attention to eliminate tendon sheath cyst. You can go to the orthopaedics department of the local hospital for manual examination. If it is simple phlebitis, you can use magnesium sulfate for local hot compress treatment.
According to your description, I think we can further do a color Doppler ultrasound to clarify the scope and severity of the lesion, so as to judge what the lesion is. Pay attention to have a good rest, don't be tired, and don't eat spicy and stimulating food. If you have any discomfort, go to the hospital in time