Bacterial Infections To Festering And Fever In Children?
In the morning, if a bacterial infection in the child has to be eaten right or not, my child has a fever because of pus in the hands getting bigger
Thank you for the question.
Rash festering on the skin that causes children with fever indeed often indicates a bacterial infection. This bacterial infection can occur primarily, but can be secondary to other skin conditions that are not properly maintained, such as insect bites, scratching wounds, contact dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, burns, benign or malignant tumors, as well as other microorganism infections. In addition to poor personal hygiene, a child's immune system is weak and direct or indirect contact with patients with other skin infections can make it easier for your child to have a bacterial infection on his skin.
Rashes due to bacterial infections on the skin of a child you should not solve carelessly. Solving this rash by any means, such as by squeezing, peeling, or stabbing with certain tools, is very risky to cause the infection to spread. Not only that, if the action to solve the rash is not done in a clean way, then the infection will be more difficult to cure. In addition, the rash due to infection that is solved carelessly generally will leave scars that are more difficult to remove later.
The good thing is, you have your child checked directly to the doctor, pediatrician, or dermatologist so that the condition is diagnosed and treated properly. In the meantime, you can simply reduce the fever by giving your child the drug paracetamol and also give him more to drink. Take better care of your child's personal hygiene, as well as the surrounding environment. Do not forget, so that his immune system improves, give him healthy food and let him rest well enough.
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