Archive for the ‘Skin Care’ Category
For treatment of them basically we can say that:
- The virus is treated with general measures (antipyretics for fever, cough cough, etc.)..
- The bacterial, antipyretic treatment for fever and antibiotic prescribed by the doctor according to the bacteria causing it. The severe sepsis and systemic infections and aggressive hospital treatment.
- The inflammation is treated with anti-inflammatories and antipyretics.
- Those caused by medication are treated by removing the causal contact with the drug. Read the rest of this entry »
Rashes associated with fever
Fever is usually associated with infection, but also inflammation and immunological reactions or allergies.
The list is lengthy febrile rashes, so we will briefly outline the type of skin rash that produce:
Papular rashes maculopapular
- Viral: measles, rubella, fifth disease, exanthem subitum, enterovirus, infectious mononucleosis, hepatitis B, HIV.
- Bacterial: scarlet fever, toxic shock (staphylococcal or streptococcal), syphilis, 2 nd, rickettsiae. Read the rest of this entry »
Not associated with fever, rashes
Often the rash is not caused by infectious and therefore have no general symptoms (fever, etc.). Either that, although infectious, usually affecting only the skin.
They are red macules that appear in the diaper area irritation that produces urea in the urine when the diaper takes to change. Is usually solved by frequent diaper changes and using a moisturizer fat.
Diaper dermatitis or candidiasis
Diaper rash is red macules with other smaller spots around (satellite lesions). They appear in the diaper area and are produced by superinfection of fungal skin moist. Read the rest of this entry »