bacterial skin infection

bacterial skin infection

Cellulitis, see there.
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The US approved Xepi is a novel bactericidal, non-fluorinated quinolone for the treatment of impetigo, a common, highly contagious bacterial skin infection.
About the complications of this disease she said that infection of the open pox sore by bacteria can injure the skin, sometimes causing scarring, especially if the patient scratches the inflamed area and the bacterial skin infection is, in fact, and the most common complication of chickenpox in children.
According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Necrotizing Fasciitis is a serious bacterial skin infection that spreads quickly and kills the body's soft tissue.
Necrotising fasciitis - more commonly referred to as a flesh-eating bug - is a serious bacterial skin infection that spreads quickly and kills the body's soft tissue.
NECROTISING FASCIITIS Is a serious bacterial skin infection that spreads quickly and kills the body's soft tissue.
Regarding El-Batawi's medical status, Al-Safty said her husband has a bacterial skin infection that he developed while in detention, and he is not being offered any treatment or medical care.
Many Gram-positive cocci were present, diagnostic of a bacterial skin infection.
Atopy can progress into an itch-scratch-itch cycle with hair loss, scabs, crusts, and secondary bacterial skin infection.
Parasites, such as fleas or mites, are a more common cause, as is a bacterial skin infection or an allergy to something else in your dog's environment.
If Isla is cut and the wound is not treated swiftly, she could develop cellulitis, a dangerous bacterial skin infection that can be fatal.
There are many possible causes - eczema brought on by a hair product or detergent, a fungal or bacterial skin infection or a side effect of medication.
Appropriate oral antibiotic therapy and concurrent topical antimicrobial therapy (whole-body soaks or shampoos) are recommended for all dogs with generalized demodicosis and secondary bacterial skin infection (Mueller et al.