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Skin Assessments Angel Wheatley RN, BSN
Staph Infection Contagious See physician (antibiotics)
Contact Dermatitis Non Contagious Discontinue all soaps and lotions.
Chicken Pox Contagious until scabs form on lesions Stay home from school
Moleuscum Contagiosm, Warts Contagious Send to physician for treatment Can stay in school if covered
Cellulitis Non contagious Seek immediate medical treatment
Impetigo Spreads by itching Caused by bacteria
Herpes Contagious Called cold sores
HIV Infections (cutaneous) Non contagious (except by blood, bodily fluids) Rash
Melanomas Non contagious Seek immediate medical treatment
Scabies Contagious Treat as you do for lice
Pediculoses (Louse) Contagious Send home treat with lice shampoo and until nit free
Acne Non contagious Refer severe cases to Dermatologist
Ringworm Contagious Must be covered to stay in school
Bites/Stings Non Contagious Ice Watch for allergic reactions
Child Abuse Always question bruises on children Withdrawn Frequent trips to nurse
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