Skin Diseases in Children
Skin diseases caused by some bacteria and viruses are seen in children. The most common skin diseases are rash, rash, eczema, host, etc. are diseases. Bacterial skin infections Impetigo is a bacterial skin disease that can be seen both on the surface of the skin and under the skin (ecthyma) between the ages of 2 and 5 years.
Group A beta-hemolytic streptococcus, staphylococcus aureus bacteria are transmitted by skin contact such as open wounds and cuts. It is also transmitted from person to person. Situations such as contact with someone with impetigo and not paying attention to cleanliness carry risks for children. Paying attention to cleaning, antibiotic syrup or tablet, treatment process is carried out with ointment. Folliculitis is a skin disease caused by inflammation of the hair follicle. In these cases, the treatment process is carried out with antibiotic (syrup, ointment) treatment and medical shampoos. Staphylococcal Scalded Skin Syndrome is a skin disease caused by staphylococcusaureuseexfoliative bacteria.
It occurs in conditions such as a weak immune system and long-term kidney failure. Although it can be seen in all age groups, its incidence is more common in children under 6 years of age. After the physical examination, the diagnosis is made by taking biopsy and culture. The treatment process is carried out with antibiotics and fluid support. Children's eczema (atopic dermatitis) is a skin disease that appears with red, dry, itchy blisters caused by inflammation on the skin of children. Severe itching skin blisters are observed.
It affects school and quality of life. Conditions such as stress, sadness, and genetic factors are among the causes of atopic dermatitis. The treatment process is carried out with corticosteroid-containing drugs and, if necessary, phototherapy. Psoriasis in children Strep infections, stress, skin injuries, etc. factors cause psoriasis. Red skin patches called plaques are seen. The difference with eczema is itching. The treatment process is carried out with topical drugs. In moderate to severe cases, phototherapy is necessary.