IMPETIGO VULGAR PDF
El impétigo es una infección en la piel que en general es provocada por una de dos Los tres tipos de impétigo son el impétigo no ampolloso (con costras). English Translation, Synonyms, Definitions and Usage Examples of Spanish Word ‘impétigo vulgar’. ABSTRACT. Impetigo is a common cutaneous infection that is especially prevalent in children. Historically, impetigo is caused by either group A β- hemolytic.
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Impetigo is a bacterial infection that involves the superficial skin. It is typically due to either Staphylococcus aureus or Streptococcus pyogenes. Prevention vulgad by hand washingavoiding people who are infected, and cleaning injuries. This most common form of impetigo, also called nonbullous impetigo, most often begins as a red sore near the nose or mouth which soon breaks, leaking pus or fluid, and forms a honey-colored scab followed by a red mark which heals without leaving a scar.
Sores are not painful, but i,petigo may be itchy. Lymph nodes in the affected area may be swollen, but fever is rare. Touching or scratching the sores may easily spread the infection to other parts of the body. Skin ulcers with redness and scarring also may result from scratching or abrading the skin.
Bullous impetigomainly seen in children younger than 2 years, involves painless, fluid-filled blistersmostly on the arms, legs, and trunk, surrounded by red and itchy but not sore skin.
The blisters may be large or small. After they break, they form yellow scabs. Ecthymathe nonbullous form of impetigo, produces painful fluid- or pus-filled sores with redness of skin, usually on the arms and legs, impetibo ulcers that penetrate deeper into the dermis.
After they break open, they form hard, thick, gray-yellow scabs, imetigo sometimes leave scars. Ecthyma may be accompanied by swollen lymph nodes in the affected area. Impetigo is primarily caused by Staphylococcus aureusand sometimes by Streptococcus pyogenes.
impétigo vulgar – English Translation – Word Magic Spanish-English Dictionary
Impetigo is more likely to infect children ages 2—5, especially those that attend school vular day care. The infection is spread by direct contact with lesions or with nasal carriers. The incubation period is 1—3 days after exposure to Streptococcus and 4—10 days for Staphylococcus. Scratching may spread the lesions. Impetigo is usually diagnosed based on its appearance. It generally appears as honey-colored scabs formed from dried serumand is often found on the arms, legs, or face. Other conditions that can result in symptoms similar to the common form include contact dermatitisherpes simplex virusdiscoid lupusand scabies.
Other conditions that can result in symptoms similar to the blistering form include other bullous skin diseases, burnsand necrotizing fasciitis. To vu,gar the spread of impetigo the skin and any open wounds should be kept clean and covered. Care should be taken to keep fluids from an infected person away from the skin of a non-infected person.
Washing hands, linens, and affected areas will lower the likelihood of contact with infected fluids.
Scratching can spread the sores; keeping nails short will reduce the chances of spreading. Infected people should avoid contact with others and eliminate sharing of clothing or linens.
Children with impetigo can return to school 24 hours after starting antibiotic therapy as long as their draining lesions are covered. Antibioticseither as a cream or by mouth, are usually prescribed. Mild cases may be treated mupirocin ointments. More severe cases require oral antibiotics, such as dicloxacillinflucloxacillinor erythromycin. Alternatively, amoxicillin combined with clavulanate potassiumcephalosporins first-generation and many others may also be used as an antibiotic treatment.
Alternatives for people who are seriously allergic to penicillin or infections with methicillin-resistant Staphococcus aureus include doxycyclineclindamycinand trimethoprim-sulphamethoxazole. Although doxycycline should not be used in children under the age of eight years old due to the risk of drug-induced tooth discolouration.
When the condition presents with ulcersvalacycloviran antiviral, may be given in case a viral infection is causing the ulcer. There is not enough evidence to recommend alternative medicine such as tea tree oil or honey.
Without treatment, individuals with impetigo typically get better within three weeks. Globally, impetigo affects more than million children in low to middle income countries.
Impetigo was originally described and differentiated by William Tilbury Fox. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the band, see Impetigo band.
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