Effective Home Remedies for Impetigo

How To Cure Impetigo In 3 Days Or Less

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Impetigo

Impetigo is a skin infection commonly found in children of preschool age, but may also occur in adults. Impetigo accounts for about 10 of all pediatric skin problems (4). It typically spreads from one part of the body to another through scratching and is a highly communicable disease. Impetigo has two classic forms nonbullous and bullous. The nonbullous form is more common and accounts for approx 70 of cases. This form is commonly associated with a honey-colored crusted discharge. As intact skin is resistant to this form of infection, lesion of nonbullous impetigo commonly begin on the skin of the face or extremities following even minor trauma. Common lesions that precede nonbullous impetigo include chickenpox, insect bites, abrasions, lacerations, and burns. The differential diagnosis of nonbullous impetigo includes viral, fungal, and parasitic infections. Bullous impetigo, a disease of mainly infants and young children, may appear purulent and, when the blister is removed, the area...

Exercise 20 Staphylococci

Common skin infections caused by S. aureus include pimples, furuncles (boils), carbuncles, and impetigo. Serious systemic (deep tissue) infections that result from S. aureus invasion include pneumonia, pyelonephritis, osteomyelitis, meningitis, and endocarditis. In addition to pneumonia, S. aureus may also produce infections of the sinuses (sinusitis) and middle ear (otitis media).

Fred A Lopez MD Serge Lartchenko MD

Primary skin infections (ie, pyodermas) typically are initiated by some breach in the epidermis, resulting in infection by organisms, such as Streptococcus pyogenes and Staphylococcus aureus, that colonize the skin. Host-associated factors, such as immunosuppression, vasculopathy, neuropathy, or decreased lymphatic drainage, may predispose to skin infection. The clinical syndromes associated with skin infections are often characteristic and are defined most simplistically by anatomic distribution (Fig. 1). Although often mild and self-limited, skin infections can be more aggressive and involve deeper structures, including fascia and muscle. This article discusses skin and soft tissue infections, including impetigo, hair follicle-associated infections (ie, folliculitis, furuncles, and carbuncles), erysipelas, cellulitis, necrotizing fasciitis, pyomyositis, septic bursitis, and tenosynovitis. Impetigo Impetigo is a superficial skin infection that typically presents with multiple...

Primary Pyodermas

Superficial skin infections, also called primary pyodermas, are the most common skin infections occurring in all age groups. These include impetigo, folliculitis, furuncles, carbuncles, and paronychia. Most of these infections are caused by group A streptococci or by Staphylococcus aureus. Pseudomonas aeruginosa is a cause of hot tub folliculitis, an infection associated with recreational use of contaminated whirlpools and hot tubs resulting in a self-limited pruritic papular eruption in a characteristic bathing suit distribution. Some cases of folliculitis and paronychia are caused by Candida albicans.

Erysipelascellulitis

Immunosuppressed individuals are at risk for developing fungal infections of the skin and soft tissue. Ecthyma gangrenosum, a rapidly developing necrotic ulcer, is most often due to bacteremic P. aeruginosa infection and occurs predominantly in neutropenic patients. Occasionally, Aeromonas, Candida spp, and other Gram-negative bacilli can produce similar lesions.

Hypnosis And Memory

The impact of hypnosis on memory and on self-representation can be seen clearly in cases involving the intentional hypnotic falsification of memory for therapeutic benefit. For example, Janet (1889 1973) believed that successful treatment was based on not only uncovering a traumatic childhood event, but also reconstructing or replacing the original memory with a false, and more acceptable, memory that is, changing the way in which the client thought about themselves. Janet's famous case of Marie exemplifies this treatment approach (Janet, 1889 1973 see also Ellenberger, 1970). Marie suffered from anaesthesia of the left side of her face and blindness of her left eye, both of which had been present for many years. Janet determined through hypnotic age regression that as a 6 year old, Marie had slept with a child of the same age who had impetigo on the left side of her face. After this, Marie developed an almost identical impetigo as well as blindness. Janet hypnotically age regressed...