Skin diseases are skin disorders caused by fungi, germs, parasites, viruses and infections. Fungal diseases can live and breed in landfills and in garbage collectors. Skin diseases can affect the whole or a particular body part. Materials containing nitrite contained in the waste in direct contact can cause allergies and irritants.
Skin diseases can affect anyone, especially those related to waste. The incidence of skin diseases in garbage workers is something that should be avoided or prevented by garbage transporters in order not to interfere with work activities and productivity. Many types of skin diseases include infantigo.
Infantigo is a skin infection complaint characterized by the appearance of a red rash that is rolled with water in it, the disease appears on the surface of the skin usually in the folds, such as the neck, pleated hands, groin and sometimes in open areas including in the area around the face.
Infantigo usually appears with pain, tenderness, itching and heat. The patient may complain of a slight fever in the area around the infection that is formed. Especially in conditions of worsening infection. The shape of the rash is relatively different, because it looks like a red rash with fluid content and a yellowish color on the middle side. Skin disease caused by bacteria in the form of blisters or scars open on the skin, which then causes the yellow or brown crust. Infantigo is a highly contagious skin infection. Due to direct contact between the skin and intermediate goods, such as towels, clothes, or tableware that have been contaminated with bacteria. Other languages Infantigo or often called enfantago, infitigo, infintago, impetigo. Home remedies for Infantigo can also be an alternative way.
What Infantigo diseases?
Infantigo is a type of skin disease that is transmitted primarily in infants and preschoolers. High physical interaction with peers in school or playground is more likely to be a victim of infantigo. Infantigo treatment may use antibiotic treatment in solid dosage form or in topical form as cream is more commonly used to treat infants. Infantigo can heal itself in a few weeks. Use of antibiotics can reduce the severity of illness and limit the time range of the disease. You may need to take care of your child from school or child care until he is not transmitted again.
How common is impetigo?
Infantigo is a skin infectious disease that can affect all age groups, most commonly affected by this disease are infants and children, especially those aged 2 to 5 years, who cleanse the body awake. While in adults, impetigo can occur after other skin diseases, following upper respiratory tract infections such as flu or other viral infections, and after a disease or condition that causes tears in the skin (such as fungal infections, insect bites, or burns from sun). Will, impetigo can also attack normal skin.