Staphylococcal Scaled Skin Syndrome

Neha Bansal
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Staphylococcal Scaled Skin Syndrome - Treatment
It responds very well to antibiotic therapy. (3) Any secondary symptoms can be treated symptomatically. (1)Regimens used are cloxacillin plus tobramycin and erythromycin. (1) Other oral antibiotics effective against penicillin-resistant staphylococcus can be used as well. Neonates should be isolated and the skin lesion must be treated with care like burn wounds. (1) Nasal carriers must be identified by swabs and treated to prevent future out breaks. (1)


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Staphylococcal Scaled Skin Syndrome Staphylococcal Scaled Skin Syndrome 01/10/2013
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