Depends. Simple infection responds to proper antibiotics really fast. Complicated infections containing abscesses may require surgery to heal. Either way a physician evaluation is the first thing to do.
Antibiotics. Whether by mouth or IV you need a physician for this.
Bullous bliswters in a 88 year old what is best treatment. Infection in skin now bacterial infection?
See physician. Depending on location and severity, may need oral antibiotics if infected, need a diagnosis and cause of blisters for proper treatment.
What is the best treatment for osteomyelitis which origin is a bacterial infection in the upper leg (bacteroides)?
Let me explain. Treatment for osteomyelitis is well documented, we start patient on special antibiotic and before that we take a sample and send to the lab to find what the best antibiotic we should use for microbe.
See below. Bacteroides sp. Would be a very unusual cause of osteomyelitis of the femur unless it is part of a poly microbial infection. The treatment of osteomyelitis involves prolonged intravenous then oral antibiotics often combined with surgical debridement of infected revitalized bone. Bacteroides sp is treated with flagyl, ertapenem, unassuming and others.
Bacterial. Bacterial vaginosis otherwise known as BV can be treated with a few different medications. They are as follows: metronidazole (flagyl) oral pills or vaginal cream clindamycin oral pills or vaginal cream (cleocin) tinidazole (tindamax) oral pills all of the above need to be prescribed by a medical provider. You should have an exam and testing done to make sure of the diagnosis, and then you can discuss the treatment options with your provider. Good luck.
See below. I would recommend the standard treatment of oral or vaginal flagyl. Intravaginal boric acid 600 mg at bed time provides symptomatic relief. The frequency can be gradually decreased to once or twice a week. You could try a probiotic preparation such as vsl #3 with 110 billion colonies of probiotic bacteria per capsule, but this therapy is unproven.
See. Http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/chronic-sinusitis/basics/treatment/con-20022039.
Yes. Cancer treatment can lower white counts and therefore the immune response to bacteria. Bacteria is everywhere and ready to penetrate our natural barriers and with a weakened immune system the risk increases. Also with radiation the natural barrier of the mucosa, skin and the local immune cells in places like our intestines are all effected. This is why with get blood regularly for testing.
Perhaps. Many treatments for cancer (various chemotherapy agents, some radiation treatments, etc.) have side effects of weakening the body's immune system by lowering the number of white blood cells that are present. These cells are needed to help fight off various bacterial infections, so if a treatment makes you "neutropenic" then you are at greater risk of developing a serious bacterial infection.
... Depends on the bacteria and the virus in question. Bacterial infections can be treated with antibiotics. Antibiotics are not effective against viral infections. Some viral infections have specific treatment (i.e. The flu, hiv, etc.) while other viruses do not have specific therapy.
See below. Viral infections are usually self limited and are only treated symptomatically. Some like herpes simplex and varicella-zoster are treated with anti-viral drugs like acyclovir. Bacterial infections often require antibacterial antibiotic treatment.
Depends. Every individual's immune system and environment is different. It is to worry about unusual infections rather than frequency of infection........Tb, fungus, mai.
Higher but still low. Anti-tumor necrosis factor drugs have emerged as important agents in the treatment of many chronic inflammatory diseases. One of the risks of anti-tnf therapy is the small but significant risk of serious opportunistic infection. These include increased risks of certain fungal, viral and bacterial infections, but not to all pathogens. The risk is still small and should be balanced with benefits.
Antibiotics.. ..If you are lucky, the stds you are referring to are susceptible to antibacterial treatment. Hepatitis / herpes / HIV are viral and never fully resolve. See dr / gyn / std clinic for examination, diagnosis and treatment.
I just had my pap smear and the result says that I have bacterial infection called coccobacilli. What treatment should I use?
Treatment. It is not in healthtap's tradition to give specific treatment advice. Why isn't the person who did the pap treating you? The doctor will be able to easily explain why or why not they are or are not treating you.