Treating skin infection

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Treating Skin Infection – A Comprehensive Guide

The skin is the largest organ in our body. As an integral component of our immune system it is the first line of defense against harmful microbes. It’s host to a closely-knit ecosystem of bacteria, fungi and viruses. Collectively this ecosystem is known as skin flora or skin microbiome. There are three types of microbial communities that exist within the skin’s flora. -

1. Commensalism –Neutral microbes, i.e. they are neither beneficial nor harmful

2. Mutulistic –Beneficial microbes, hey help keep the skin’s flora in balance

3. Pathogenic –Harmful viruses, bacteria and fungus.

A wound, a break or any vulnerability in this natural defensive barrier, due to any reason, opens the door for contracting serious infection. Pathogens are very good at finding gateways into your body. That is why serious efforts are being put into developing ways to preserve the defensive nature of our skin without causing any harm to the skin flora.

Skin Infection Treatment: Awareness Is the First Step!

The term “Skin infection”is a diverse one with many divisions and subdivisions.

Effective skin infection treatment cannot be administered until right diagnosis has been determined.

It is common to term any skin outbreak as rash. But even a simple skin rash has many variations in clinical dermatology diagnosis. It is important to understand that treatment of skin infections starts with you. Most skin infection cases go without treatment because the patients are ill informed. That is why we have a quick overview for you here.

Bacterial Skin Infection

1. Common Bacterial Infections – Carbuncle, Cellulitis, Boils, Impetigo and Folliculitis

2. Others Include - Erysipelas, Furuncle, Pitted Keratolysis and Paronychia

Fungal Skin Infection

1. Common Fungal Infections - Candidacies or Yeast Infection, Tinea Versicolor and Ringworm Infection

2. Ringworm Infection is further classified as:- Body ringworm, Athlete's foot, Nail ringworm, Scalp ringworm and Jock itch.

Viral Skin Infection

1. Common Viral Infections include -Herpes simplex, Warts

2. Others Include -Molluscum contagiosum, Herpes zoster, Measles

Parasitic Skin Infection

1. Common Infections include – Lice and scabies

2. Others Include - Creeping Eruption

Skin Infection Treatment Guidelines

1. Awareness is the key - Any outbreak on the skin does not necessarily indicate a skin infection. Similarly, ignoring early warning signs can be equally dangerous for treatment of skin infections. It is therefore necessary to be aware of any changes you notice on your body. And, have some basic knowledge about skin infections.

2. Basic Hygiene Habits - Be extremely particular about your hygiene. Almost all skin infections are communicable. To avoid them you need be stringent with you hygiene habits.

3. Seek Help Early– If you find a skin condition aggravating, consult a medical practitioner as soon as possible. A proper skin infection treatment, at right time can save you from a lot of troubles.

4. Be communicative - It requires a very thorough and detailed understanding for diagnosing and treating skin infections. Thus it is important that you communicate everything to your doctor and help him/her follow right skin infection treatment guidelines.
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