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Impetigo contagiosum

A 1 yr baby having this lesion since 4-5days kindly suggest dx &Rx.

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Impetigo contagiosa Oral Amoxicillin plus Clavulanate Topical Mupirocin or Fusidic acid Paracetamol sos if fever

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Obviously Impetigo contagiosum Moxkid tab 1tds Ointment Neosporin

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CRUSTED LESIONS..WITH.. 4 -5 DAYS HISTORY.. ? IMPETIGO CONTAGIOSUM.. NEED'S.. ANTIBIOTICS.. AMOXYCLAV.. ANTIHISTAMINES..LEVOCETIRIZINE.. PCM ..SOS.. TOPICALLY.. MUPIROCIN ..

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Yes these crusted lesions are impetigo contagious Rx azithromycin suspension Atarax syp Locally fucibact oint twice daily

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Crusted lesions I.C Antibiotics Ointments Antiallergic

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Impetigo co ntagiosa. A highly contagious skin infection that causes red sores on the face. Impetigo mainly affects infants and children. Impetigo is caused by bacteria. The most common is Staphylococcus aureus, also known as “staph.” Streptococci bacteria can also cause impetigo. Many people have these kinds of bacteria on their body from time to time. A smaller number of people have permanent colonies of these harmful bacteria on their skin.

Impetigo contagiosum Adv. Clavam BID dry syr. 5ml twice Syr. Cetrizine 3ml od Cream. T.Bact apply on locally Syr. Pcm 120 5ml sos

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Impetigo contagiosa Oral Amoxicillin plus Clavulanate Topical Mupirocin or Fusidic acid Paracetamol sos if fever

Impetigo contagiosum treat with Antibiotics and Ointment T-Bact apply locally twice daily

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It's a case of Impetigo Contagiousum, antibiotics orally and locally

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Impetigo contagiosum Mupirocin ointment Amoxyclav as per wt

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