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What affect does financial status have on health?

What affect does financial status have on health?

Social determinants: Wealth doesn't guarantee health, but being poor can strain well-being. World health org calls this social determinants of health. In us, poorer neighborhoods often have less access to healthy foods, safe places to exercise; more crime, violence & stress. In developing world, may be less access to clean water, sanitation, food. Everywhere less access to healthcare services. Education best equalizer. ...Read more

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Impetigo (Definition)

Impetigo is a bacterial skin infection often caused by strep. The same bacteria that causes strep throat. Impetigo has a yellow crusty appearance of ...Read more


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Do you have to show financial status to a sperm bank. I'm 36 and on meds need to have 1st child stat!

Do you have to show financial status to a sperm bank. I'm 36 and on meds need to have 1st child stat!

For sperm deposits: For men who will undergo chemotherapy or radiation which might result in inability to produce sperm after treatment has started. They bank their sperm for future insemination. Your question suggests that u wish to get pregnant by artificial insemination. This would be performed at a fertility clinic. However, your history suggests numerous medical problems which might need 2b addressed first. ...Read more

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Do doctors have the right to refuse surgery because of financial status even if patient has already been admited?

Do doctors have the right to refuse surgery because of financial status even if patient has already been admited?

FINANCES&SURGERY: In us if a patient is admitted to a hospital and requires emergency surgery, by law it will be done.But if it is elective surgery and it will not cause any immidiate danger to the patient, then it can be scheduled in future and payment arrangement may be made.For hardship cases who can not afford to pay, have to qualify for charity care to pay for hospital bills, surgeons fee may have to be paid. ...Read more

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Does a particular pathogen cause impetigo?

Does a particular pathogen cause impetigo?

Yes: Impetigo is caused by one of two bacteria-staphlococcus or streptococcus. It is contagious to others. It is either treated with a cream or antibiotic pills depending on how bad it is. ...Read more

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Does impetigo cause scarring?

Does impetigo cause scarring?

Generally not: Impetigo is a superficial skin infection, when healed you are left with a mild redness for a couple of weeks. Unless the infection is deep, such as carbuncles or inflamed cysts, scar generally does not result. Impetigo, by definition, is superficial, thus does not generally leave scars. ...Read more

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How many different germs commonly cause impetigo?

Usually staph/strep: The two most common causes of impetigo are stahyloccocus (usually staph aureus) and streptococcus. ...Read more

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Can folliculitis cause someone to get impetigo after touching?

Can folliculitis cause someone to get impetigo after touching?

How old are you?: We need to know your age. Please put it in your public profile. We cannot answer questions from minors. Knowing your country or state helps, too. Age, location, and gender, can affect our answer, since some conditions are more likely in different places or in different age groups. Be honest! You expect if of us, & we expect it of you! List any meds you take, & any chronic medical problems, too. ...Read more

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What causes impetigo?

What causes impetigo?

A skin infection: Impetigo is a bacterial skin infection. It is usually caused by either streptococcal and/or staphylococcal bacteria. It can be treated with an oral antibiotic or a topical antibiotic like muciporcin. ...Read more

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What is impetigo? What causes impetigo?

What is impetigo? What causes impetigo?

Skin infection: Impetigo is a term used to describe a superficial skin infection that causes painful redness, occasionally blisters and hallmark has " honey-crusted" lesions. It is highly contagious through skin contact and is usually caused by staph aureus and occasionally streptococcus. It is treated with antibiotics - usually oral and topical along with keeping lesions clean with soap and water. ...Read more

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