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People with diabetes, folks with alcoholism, people taking corticosteroids, and others with compromised immune programs are at drastically elevated risk of cellulitis and are inclined to get worse infections.

The condition is sometimes referred to as perifolliculitis capitis abscedens ET suffodiens (which implies inflammation of the scalp hair follicles and surrounding skin which disappears and digs deep into the skin).

Sometimes the treatment requires the administration of intravenous antibiotics in a hospital setting, since oral antibiotics could not always present enough penetration of the inflamed tissues to be effective.

People who find themselves prone to cellulitis, for example individuals with diabetes or with poor circulation, should take care to guard themselves with appropriate footwear, gloves and long pants when gardening or bushwalking, when it is simple to get scratched or bitten.

diabetic_cellulitis_how_to_stop_diabetes_type_2.txt · Última modificación: 2019/01/16 22:52 por stanleylovell4