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How to treat bacterial skin infection?

Treatment for bacterial skin infection depends on the type and severity of the infection. It is also important the location for the skin infection. For example, cellulitis on the hand or face is more serious than cellulitis on the leg. The potential for antibiotic resistance is another important factor and Azithromycin Online Prescription. MRSA (Methicillin-resistant staph) infections require treatment with more potent medications.

General measures for bacterial skin infections include antibiotics (Zithromax), rest, warm compresses, and elevation of the infected area, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications, and narcotic pain medication in case of severe pain for short term use only. Latest blogpost: Types of Bacterial Skin Infections.
Surgery may be required drain an abscess, remove infected tissue, or remove a skin foreign body.

Home care for bacterial skin infection includes:
- Apply warm compresses to the infected area for 4 times a day 20-30 minutes;
- Dry the skin;
- Rest the infected area;
- Use mild soap and water;
- Clean the skin thoroughly;
- Apply an antibiotic ointment;
- Do not scrub the skin;
- Keep clothing off the skin surface;
- If your doctor recommends, you may take acetaminophen for pain or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications for pain;
- Take prescribed medications as directed;
- Don't skip doses of your medication; otherwise it makes them less effective;
- If you use medications, you should be aware of their side effects.

You may prevention bacterial skin infections by following the tips bellow:
- Avoid skin injuries;
- Clean skin wounds immediately;
- Gently clean the skin;
- Do not scratch the skin;
- Clean wounds every day;
- Cover wounds with a bandage.

Risk factors for bacterial skin infections include: AIDS, diabetes, treatment with corticosteroid medications, elderly, eczema, HIV infection, insect bites or stings, exposure to animals, psoriasis, peripheral vascular disease, skin injury, skin cancer, stasis dermatitis, skin ulcers, and surgical wound.Social profile: Buy Cheap Zithromax.

Skin infections usually resolve within 2 weeks with appropriate treatment and skin care. It may take longer to heal skin infections in those with: AIDS, diabetes, peripheral vascular disease, HIV, cancer, organ transplant. Complications of bacterial skin infections include: gangrene, meningitis, osteomyelitis, sepsis, fasciitis, and septic arthritis. Either way, it is important to visit a doctor before taking any medication to avoid further problems with your health. For more details buyazithromycinonline-noprescription.org




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