Disease sexually transmitted:

Gonococcal infection (gonorrhea)

Vesiculopustular

  • What is Vesiculopustular
  • What triggers / causes of Vesiculopustular
  • Pathogenesis (what is happening) during Vesiculopustular
  • Symptoms Of Vesiculopustular
  • Diagnosis Of Vesiculopustular
  • Treatment Of Vesiculopustular
  • Which doctors should be consulted if You have Vesiculopustular

What is Vesiculopustular -

Vesiculopustular is a type stafilodermii that develops in infants.

Vesiculopustular - suppurative inflammatory disease of the skin caused by a variety of pathogens (staphylococci, streptococci, pneumococci, E. coli, Proteus vulgar, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, etc.).

What triggers / causes of Vesiculopustular:

This disease is common among newborns first days of life. It is expressed in the appearance of multiple different sizes of pustules (pus bubbles) filled with whitish yellow contents, with a bright red border and edema. Etiological factor are different strains of staphylococci.

Pathogenesis (what is happening) during Vesiculopustular:

Important role in the mechanisms of occurrence of this disease is played by prematurity, low birth weight, excessive sweating, artificial feeding.

Symptoms Of Vesiculopustular:Везикулопустулез

Initially pustules are formed at the mouths of the sweat glands, which are usually located in the axillary and inguinal folds, on the scalp and on the trunk. Pustules tend to merge, can be located across large areas of the skin and form deep lesions. Such a flow is weakened children.

Diagnosis Of Vesiculopustular:

The diagnosis is put without much difficulty. Differentiate vesiculopustular with scabies complicated by pyoderma.

Treatment Of Vesiculopustular:

For the entire period of treatment bathing is prohibited. Processing weak disinfectant solutions not affected by lesions of the skin. Pustules are lubricated with aqueous and alcoholic solutions of aniline dyes.

Which doctors should be consulted if You have Vesiculopustular:

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