Back to School alerts parents and center staff because threat of skin infection: Impetigo. This bacterial infection most often occurs in young children between the ages of two and five and is not serious but highly contagious.Can be identified by blister They appear in different parts of the body, such as around the mouth or nose, and are spread by contact with these blisters or the fluid they produce.
Problems and their persistence over time
The fears started with an outbreak at a school in Benicarlo, Castellón.They had about twenty children at first, but, for high infection rate, they become more infected.weather conditions don’t help either humidity and temperature Current conditions may also increase infection. However, this is not the most worrying.
The main problem is that numerous studies have shown that the bacteria that cause this infection are being antibiotic resistance They always end up with her.
Experts warn, “We are facing a major health problems Bruno González Zorn, professor of microbiology at the Complutense University of Madrid, warned of “a problem for humanity” because human well-being depends on the action of antibiotics.
Types of impetigo
estimate 140 million people They may suffer from this infection for life, but the incidence is highest in the early stages of the population.
have two types Types of impetigo: non-bullous, 70%; bullous, 30%. The first is caused by Staphylococcus aureus, or Staphylococcus pyogenes, and is identified by the appearance of honey-coloured crusts on the face and extremities. The second type, caused by Staphylococcus aureus, produces large blisters and is more likely to affect areas that often rub against each other, such as the armpits.
this very low gravity. The infection clears up within two to three weeks of antibiotics, leaves no scars, and rarely causes complications.