put on isozine solution( stained with blown colour).
Photo) Electron-microscopic graph of Staphylococcal aureus ( colour
is not real one, artificially coloured, Dr. Dennis Kunkel).
❑ Symptoms: It begins as tiny red spots and become blisters.
The spots are circular , may be as smal as a
dime or larger. It is spread to all over the
body during few days.
❑ Age: infants- child
❑ Season: summer season
❑ Etiology: Staphylococcus aureus(often) , or Streptococcus.
❑Treatment: 1) cleaning the skin and apply the antibiotic ointment
2) antibiotics orally
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