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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Child Abuse Always question bruises on children Withdrawn Frequent trips to nurse
Contact information: Angel Wheatley Madison Avenue Upper Elementary
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Student Safety: Communicable Disease Section 1000 Policy In the Craven County School Policy Manual.
Anatomy & Physiology Skin Abnormalities Skin Diseases.
Childhood Illnesses & Rashes. Chicken Pox Itchy rash Most happens to kids under 12 Highly contagious Flu-like symptoms Can go away without any treatment.
Acne Vulgaris Inflammation of the Sebaceous Glands Usually occurs in Adolescence Hormonal changes increase the production of sebum Can be increased by.
Common Childhood Illness. Chicken Pox A person with chickenpox is contagious 1-2 days before the rash and until 6 days after the first blister appears.
Infectious Diseases in Industry. Nancy V. Rodway MD MS MPH Medical Director, Occupational Services, Ambulatory Centers and Employee Health.
Impetigo By Lauren Purcell. What is Impetigo? Skin infection that affects mostly infants and children Rash normally appears on face, but can spread to.
Sexually Transmitted Infections The Facts. What kinds of STI are there? Virus: –HIV, Genital Warts and Genital Herpes Bacteria: –Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea.
11-1 © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Nutrition, Health, and Safety for Young Children: Promoting Wellness, 1e Sorte, Daeschel, Amador.
© 2007 by Thomson Delmar Learning Chapter 13: Supportive Health Care in Early Childhood Education Environments.
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Burns, Infections, Allergies Pages Burns ◦ Tissue damage and cell death Causes: ◦ Heat ◦ Electricity ◦ UV radiation ◦ Chemicals Consequences:
Sexually Transmitted Infections Chlamydia Gonorrhea Syphilis Herpes Genital Warts Hepatitis B HIV (AIDS) Trichomoniasis Pubic Lice Scabies Nongonococcal.
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Dermatology -is the branch of medicine dealing with the skin and its diseases Dermatologist – Skin Doctor.
Cutaneous Bacterial Infections and Infestations David R. Carr, MD FAAD Division of Dermatology The Ohio State University.
Chicken pox By Cameron Griffin. symptoms Blister like rash Flu like symptoms Itching.
IMPETIGO AND ECTHYMA By: Melissa Douglas Porsha McGuire.
Skin/Soft Tissue Infections Issues/Topics Causes of Skin Infections Common Types of Skin Infections Ringworm Infections MRSA Infections Diagnosis/Typical.
Copyright 2003 by Mosby, Inc. All rights reserved. CHAPTER 9 INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM.
Viruses Notes 9-1. What is a Virus? Tiny, Non-living particle Invades a living cell, then multiplies Organism invaded is called a host.
Matt Smith Image from Hardin MDHardin MD. Over 300 million cases each year Infectious disease caused by a mite that burrows in skin Leads to sores.
Sexually Transmitted Infections Health Education Mr. Sheldon.
Kinds of STIs w Chlamydia w Gonorrhea w Genital Warts w Genital Herpes w Syphilis w Hepatitis B w Pubic Lice and Scabies.
Unit Three. Ground Rules We respect: That any question is OK That it is OK to pass That we all have different points of view Each other by listening.
Varicella Vaccine Robyn Mauldin-McLeod. What this is… Overview Complications Methods of exposure prior to the vaccine Description of the vaccine- benefits.
UNIT 7. STRAIN TEAR TO MUSCLE OR TENDON GRADE 1, 2 OR 3 DEPENDS ON SEVERITY COVER IN SPORTS MED II SPRAIN TEAR TO LIGAMENT GRADE 1, 2 OR 3.
Common STIs Chapter 25 Lesson 2 Mr. Martin. You Will Learn To Be Quiet Take Good Notes Raise Your Hand Before Speaking.
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Injuries to Epithelial Tissue. Injuries to Epithelial Tissues Epithelial tissue makes up the layers of our skin Many types of epithelial injuries in sports.
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Parent Training: Communicable Diseases & Bloodborne Pathogens Community Council of Idaho, Inc. Migrant & Seasonal Head Start.
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Key Teaching Points Youth are at risk for STDS. STDS are preventable. STDS are transmitted by unprotected anal, oral or vaginal sex. Sexually active youth.
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