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https://plus.google.com/116575931336412854648 OTORHINOLARYGOLOGY : Alexandros G. Sfakianakis : The craniofacial necrotizing fasciitis after a minor trauma Modlinska A, Osowicka M, Buss T, Lichodziejewska...
The craniofacial necrotizing fasciitis after a minor trauma
Modlinska A, Osowicka M, Buss T, Lichodziejewska-niemierko M ·  Wednesday, August 20, 2014, 14:01 The craniofacial necrotizing fasciitis after a minor trauma in an elderly white woman. J Clin Exp Dent.  Abstract The term necrotizing fasciitis /NF/ was proba...
The craniofacial necrotizing fasciitis after a minor trauma

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https://plus.google.com/105163801811116179421 DimeheCom : Erysipelas - Bacterial Skin Rash http://buff.ly/1uWqQdw Erysipelas (/?r?'s?p?l?s/; Greek ??????????...
Erysipelas - Bacterial Skin Rash http://buff.ly/1uWqQdw

Erysipelas (/?r?'s?p?l?s/; Greek ??????????--red skin; also known as "Ignis sacer", "holy fire", and "St. Anthony's fire" in some countries) is an acute infection of the upper dermis and superficial lymphatics, usually caused by streptococcus bacteria. Erysipelas is more superficial than cellulitis, and is typically more raised and demarcated.

Signs and symptoms

Patients typically develop symptoms including high fevers, shaking, chills, fatigue, headaches, vomiting, and general illness within 48 hours of the initial infection. The erythematous skin lesion enlarges rapidly and has a sharply demarcated raised edge. It appears as a red, swollen, warm, hardened and painful rash, similar in consistency to an orange peel. More severe infections can result in vesicles, bullae, and petechiae, with possible skin necrosis. Lymph nodes may be swollen, and lymphedema may occur. Occasionally, a red streak extending to the lymph node can be seen.

The infection may occur on any part of the skin including the face, arms, fingers, legs and toes, but it tends to favour the extremities. Fat tissue is most susceptible to infection, and facial areas typically around the eyes, ears, and cheeks. Repeated infection of the extremities can lead to chronic swelling (lymphangitis).

Cause

Most cases of erysipelas are due to Streptococcus pyogenes (also known as beta-hemolytic group A streptococci), although non-group A streptococci can also be the causative agent. Beta-hemolytic, non-group A streptococci include Streptococcus agalactiae, also known as group B strep or GBS. Historically, the face was most affected; today the legs are affected most often. The rash is due to an exotoxin, not the Strep. Bacteria itself and is found in areas where no symptoms are present - e.g. the infection may be in the nasopharynx, but the rash is found usually on the face and arms.

Erysipelas infections can enter the skin through minor trauma, insect bites, dog bites, eczema, surgical incisions and ulcers, and often originate from strep bacteria in the subject's own nasal passages. Infection sets in after a small scratch or abrasion spreads resulting in toxaemia.

Erysipelas does not affect subcutaneous tissue. It does not release pus, only serum or serous fluid. Subcutaneous edema may lead the physician to misdiagnose it as cellulitis, but the style of the rash is much more well circumscribed and sharply marginated than the rash of cellulitis.

Risk factors

This disease is most common among the elderly, infants, and children. People with immune deficiency, diabetes, alcoholism, skin ulceration, fungal infections and impaired lymphatic drainage (e.g., after mastectomy, pelvic surgery, bypass grafting) are also at increased risk.

Diagnosis

This disease is diagnosed mainly by the appearance of well-demarcated rash and inflammation. Blood cultures are unreliable for diagnosis of the disease, but may be used to test for sepsis. Erysipelas must be differentiated from herpes zoster, angioedema, contact dermatitis, and diffuse inflammatory carcinoma of the breast.

Erysipelas can be distinguished from cellulitis by its raised advancing edges and sharp borders. Elevation of the antistreptolysin O (ASO) titer occurs after around 10 days of illness.

Treatment

Depending on the severity, treatment involves either oral or intravenous antibiotics, using penicillins, clindamycin or erythromycin. While illness symptoms resolve in a day or two, the skin may take weeks to return to normal.

Because of the risk of reinfection, prophylactic antibiotics are sometimes used after resolution of the initial condition. However, this approach does not always stop reinfection.

Prognosis

Spread of infection to other areas of body through the bloodstream (bacteremia), including septic arthritis. Glomerulonephritis can follow from a streptococcal erysipelas or other skin infection, but not rheumatic fever.

Recurrence of infection--Erysipelas can recur in 18-30% of cases even after antibiotic treatment.

Lymphatic damage

Necrotizing fasciitis--commonly known as "the flesh-eating bug". A potentially deadly exacerbation of the infection if it spreads to deeper tissue.

Notable Deaths

John of the Cross, Spanish saint and priest (d. 1591)

Father Solanus Casey, American Capuchin priest declared "venerable" by the Roman Catholic Church (d. 1957)

Samuel Augustus Ward, Victorian gentleman, organist, composer, teacher, businessman (d. 1903)

Mary Lyon, women's education pioneer (d. 1849)

John Stuart Mill, British political philosopher (d. 1873)

Princess Amelia of the United Kingdom, daughter of George III of the United Kingdom (1783 - 1810)

Anne, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland (d. 1714)

Grand Duchess Catherine Pavlovna of Russia, daughter of Tsar Paul I of Russia and wife of King William I of Württemberg (d. 1819)

Frederick VII of Denmark, king of Denmark (d. 1863))

Christina, Queen of Sweden

Archibald Doug.…
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https://plus.google.com/111826052869331791380 Tasha Hanson : Changes! There have been a few changes to my blog, as I am sure you have noticed. This is due to the...
Changes!
There have been a few changes to my blog, as I am sure you have noticed. This is due to the fact I have started working on yet another zombie story, one that has nothing to do with the NoV-X story line. This story has more to do with necrotizing fasciitis. ...
Changes!
There have been a few changes to my blog, as I am sure you have noticed. This is due to the fact I have started working on yet another zombie story, one that has nothing to do with the NoV-X story line. This story has more to...
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https://plus.google.com/115977084919889592576 Joshua Wrenn : I just posted a pic of my leg after an infection from complications from a Bone Marrow Transplant I ...
I just posted a pic of my leg after an infection from complications from a Bone Marrow Transplant I had 1.5 years ago. About 2 years ago, I was diagnosed with AML, the most common form of adult leukemia. After chemo my blood counts were destroyed & were supposed to recover cancer free in about a month. They never did. My marrow was destroyed & I went aplastic. It was at this point I was told that only a bone marrow transplant (or peripheral blood stem cell transplant) could save my life. So before I could travel for the transplant, I got aspergillus pneumonia, a very serious infection. I went septic, and was given a 30% chance to make it to transplant. I beat it, & traveled for transplant. Once there, I had to qualify. They almost didn't want me to do it because they didn't think I'd survive it. I convinced them to try. I was given a 15% chance to make it through. I did. Then I had every complication known to man. Graft verses host, CMV, infection after infection after infection, everything. I was transfusion dependent nearly every other day for blood & platelets, weekly GCSF shots for white cells, and no energy.

Until about 5 months ago. Energy level turned around, no transfusions needed, GCSF shots less frequent, life is good.

My wife & I took a 3 day trip out of town for our anniversary. It was lovely. But when I got back, my leg swelled to 4 times its size, I had a temp of 103, my bp crashed & my heart rate went through the roof. I was rushed into emergency surgery to make sure I didn't have necrotizing fasciitis. (I don't!) It was another infection. Despite my more stable counts, my immune system isn't totally fixed yet. My antibodies are low, and I'm tapering off steroids that have kept it squashed. So even though I'm getting better, there will still be these infections.
So why did I post that gross picture & tell you this? Because I want you to know that I won. This is a bump in the road, but I beat the odds. And the odds were low. IT CAN BE DONE! I know it hurts, I know its hard, but you can win. If they tell you it's hopeless , you tell them they haven't met you. If nobody has ever survived the type you have, then you just say "YET". Keep fighting. Make it to the next breakthrough. They're happening all the time. You can do it, I'm proof. Keep fighting. Love to you, & anyone supporting you in this terrible fight.
Thanks for letting me share.


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https://plus.google.com/110618909081941676999 Dr Sandro Bacchelli : Necrotizing Fasciitis (Flesh-Eating Disease)
Necrotizing Fasciitis
(Flesh-Eating Disease)
Necrotizing Fasciitis: Read About Bacteria and Treatment
Necrotizing fasciitis, or flesh-eating disease, is caused by a bacterial infection. Learn symptoms, treatment, statistics, diagnosis, if the disease is contagious, and the history of the disease.
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https://plus.google.com/116575931336412854648 OTORHINOLARYGOLOGY : Alexandros G. Sfakianakis : ENT Fungal necrotizing fasciitis of the head and neck in 3 patients with uncontrolled diabetes Necrotizing...
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Fungal necrotizing fasciitis of the head and neck in 3 patients with uncontrolled diabetes Necrotizing fasciitis of the head and neck region is a rare, rapidly progressive infection of the soft tissue. It is associated with a high incidence of morbidity and...
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https://plus.google.com/116150721281820002820 Silvio Almanza Yanes : FLESH-EATING BACTERIA: VIBRIO VULNIFICUS & NECROTIZING FASCIITIS Recently we have been hearing news ...
FLESH-EATING BACTERIA: VIBRIO VULNIFICUS & NECROTIZING FASCIITIS
Recently we have been
hearing news about the “flesh eating bacteria”, creating a panic in our
community. While the existence of this bacterium is real, it would be important
to know more details about the bacteria that are affecting the Florida coastal
area...
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https://plus.google.com/114842565458707387892 Ashton KCJ Solicitors : An inquest has been arranged to investigate the death of a Luton girl following treatment for necrotizing...
An inquest has been arranged to investigate the death of a Luton girl following treatment for necrotizing fasciitis. Ashton KCJ Medical Injury Lawyer, Carole Watts, is representing the family http://ow.ly/Ahplv
Death of woman at Luton and Dunstable Hospital ‘caused by dirty equipment’
The death of a Luton woman at the L&D could have stemmed from a dirty catheter tube which caused septicaemia, it has been claimed.
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https://plus.google.com/117164005201677467840 Iris Santana : Recently while charging a four hundred pound patient who was trader red to ICU per infectious disease...
Recently while charging a four hundred pound patient who was trader red to ICU per infectious disease due to concern of necrotizing fasciitis . Upon arrival he exhibited new onset A.fib . He had post trialysis catheter insertion due to significant rise in creatinine scenario. Per Intensivist review of chest X-ray to confirm adequate placement of trialysis insertion was concerning for CHF. He thought aloud that he would have to discontinue IVF and start patient on diuretic. This concerned me highly because his clinical presentation to me were all compensatory and evident sepsis. To cease this septic patients fluids and start diuretic would be a disservice to this patient . How many have seen the practice of continuing IVF in the presence of diuretic simultaneously in effort to treat an infectious process as well as prevent fluid overload ? 
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https://plus.google.com/113570009446419932889 Brent Nedley : Necrotizing fasciitis hernia after botched c-secti: http://youtu.be/i4ilLSOx7_Q
Necrotizing fasciitis hernia after botched c-secti: http://youtu.be/i4ilLSOx7_Q
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Necrotizing fasciitis, hernia, c-section, Dr. Fucked up!
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https://plus.google.com/102592121462159069519 Rx care Pharmacy - Naples : Warning have been issued by The Florida Department of Health for Vibrio Vulnificus, also called by many...
Warning have been issued by The Florida Department of Health for Vibrio Vulnificus, also called by many the Flesh eating bacteria, if you go to the beach; use utmost caution before entering the water. The oceans have many types of bacteria’s but during the warm/hot season some of those bacteria’s can turn deadly. If exposed to Vibrio Vulnificus you can develop a condition called “Necrotizing Fasciitis”, which is commonly known as the Flesh eating disease, this disease is a rare infection of the deeper layers of skin and tissues and is easily spread throughout your body. So far there have been 32 people in Florida that reported of being infected with this disease of which 10 people have died. However Florida is not the only state that has reported these cases, there are also reports in Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, and Mississippi.

People that have been going to the beach who have a weakened immune system or an open cut have been more susceptible being infected with this deadly virus. In addition, if you consume raw oysters there may be a chance that oyster may be infected as well. There is always risks involved with consuming raw meats or fish however if you must eat oysters try cooking them well or buying oysters that were caught up North in cooler waters.

There has always been a wise tail that if you have a cut and need it to clean it then go into the ocean and the salt water will do the trick. With the deadly virus steering you in the face we urge you not to go in with an open wound, this creates an entry way for this bacteria to your body. If you go to the beach, make sure you wash off immediately. Contact your healthcare professional if you notice any changes after going to the beach, such as; fever, chills, decreased blood pressure, and/or blistering of the skin. #flesheatingbacteria #necrotizingfasciitis#beachcaution#vibriovulnificus
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Warning have been issued by The Florida Department of Health for Vibrio Vulnificus, also called by many the Flesh eating bacteria, if you go to the beach; use utmost caution before entering the water. The oceans have many types of bacteria’s but during the warm/hot season some of those bacteria’s can turn deadly. If exposed to Vibrio Vulnificus you can develop a condition called “Necrotizing Fasciitis”, which is commonly known as the Flesh eating disease, this disease is a rare infection of the deeper layers of skin and tissues and is easily spread throughout your body. So far there have been 32 people in Florida that reported of being infected with this disease of which 10 people have died. However Florida is not the only state that has reported these cases, there are also reports in Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, and Mississippi.

People that have been going to the beach who have a weakened immune system or an open cut have been more susceptible being infected with this deadly virus. In addition, if you consume raw oysters there may be a chance that oyster may be infected as well. There is always risks involved with consuming raw meats or fish however if you must eat oysters try cooking them well or buying oysters that were caught up North in cooler waters.

There has always been a wise tail that if you have a cut and need it to clean it then go into the ocean and the salt water will do the trick. With the deadly virus steering you in the face we urge you not to go in with an open wound, this creates an entry way for this bacteria to your body. If you go to the beach, make sure you wash off immediately. Contact your healthcare professional if you notice any changes after going to the beach, such as; fever, chills, decreased blood pressure, and/or blistering of the skin. #flesheatingbacteria #necrotizingfasciitis#beachcaution#vibriovulnificus
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https://plus.google.com/117276029271694101651 Rx care Pharmacy - Moneta : Warning have been issued by The Florida Department of Health for Vibrio Vulnificus, also called by many...
Warning have been issued by The Florida Department of Health for Vibrio Vulnificus, also called by many the Flesh eating bacteria, if you go to the beach; use utmost caution before entering the water. The oceans have many types of bacteria’s but during the warm/hot season some of those bacteria’s can turn deadly. If exposed to Vibrio Vulnificus you can develop a condition called “Necrotizing Fasciitis”, which is commonly known as the Flesh eating disease, this disease is a rare infection of the deeper layers of skin and tissues and is easily spread throughout your body. So far there have been 32 people in Florida that reported of being infected with this disease of which 10 people have died. However Florida is not the only state that has reported these cases, there are also reports in Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, and Mississippi.

People that have been going to the beach who have a weakened immune system or an open cut have been more susceptible being infected with this deadly virus. In addition, if you consume raw oysters there may be a chance that oyster may be infected as well. There is always risks involved with consuming raw meats or fish however if you must eat oysters try cooking them well or buying oysters that were caught up North in cooler waters.

There has always been a wise tail that if you have a cut and need it to clean it then go into the ocean and the salt water will do the trick. With the deadly virus steering you in the face we urge you not to go in with an open wound, this creates an entry way for this bacteria to your body. If you go to the beach, make sure you wash off immediately. Contact your healthcare professional if you notice any changes after going to the beach, such as; fever, chills, decreased blood pressure, and/or blistering of the skin. #flesheatingbacteria #necrotizingfasciitis#beachcaution#vibriovulnificus
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https://plus.google.com/114873487742519033672 Rx Care Pharmacy - Detroit on Michigan Ave : Warning have been issued by The Florida Department of Health for Vibrio Vulnificus, also called by many...
Warning have been issued by The Florida Department of Health for Vibrio Vulnificus, also called by many the Flesh eating bacteria, if you go to the beach; use utmost caution before entering the water. The oceans have many types of bacteria’s but during the warm/hot season some of those bacteria’s can turn deadly. If exposed to Vibrio Vulnificus you can develop a condition called “Necrotizing Fasciitis”, which is commonly known as the Flesh eating disease, this disease is a rare infection of the deeper layers of skin and tissues and is easily spread throughout your body. So far there have been 32 people in Florida that reported of being infected with this disease of which 10 people have died. However Florida is not the only state that has reported these cases, there are also reports in Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, and Mississippi.

People that have been going to the beach who have a weakened immune system or an open cut have been more susceptible being infected with this deadly virus. In addition, if you consume raw oysters there may be a chance that oyster may be infected as well. There is always risks involved with consuming raw meats or fish however if you must eat oysters try cooking them well or buying oysters that were caught up North in cooler waters.

There has always been a wise tail that if you have a cut and need it to clean it then go into the ocean and the salt water will do the trick. With the deadly virus steering you in the face we urge you not to go in with an open wound, this creates an entry way for this bacteria to your body. If you go to the beach, make sure you wash off immediately. Contact your healthcare professional if you notice any changes after going to the beach, such as; fever, chills, decreased blood pressure, and/or blistering of the skin. #flesheatingbacteria #necrotizingfasciitis#beachcaution#vibriovulnificus
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Warning have been issued by The Florida Department of Health for Vibrio Vulnificus, also called by many the Flesh eating bacteria, if you go to the beach; use utmost caution before entering the water. The oceans have many types of bacteria’s but during the warm/hot season some of those bacteria’s can turn deadly. If exposed to Vibrio Vulnificus you can develop a condition called “Necrotizing Fasciitis”, which is commonly known as the Flesh eating disease, this disease is a rare infection of the deeper layers of skin and tissues and is easily spread throughout your body. So far there have been 32 people in Florida that reported of being infected with this disease of which 10 people have died. However Florida is not the only state that has reported these cases, there are also reports in Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, and Mississippi.

People that have been going to the beach who have a weakened immune system or an open cut have been more susceptible being infected with this deadly virus. In addition, if you consume raw oysters there may be a chance that oyster may be infected as well. There is always risks involved with consuming raw meats or fish however if you must eat oysters try cooking them well or buying oysters that were caught up North in cooler waters.

There has always been a wise tail that if you have a cut and need it to clean it then go into the ocean and the salt water will do the trick. With the deadly virus steering you in the face we urge you not to go in with an open wound, this creates an entry way for this bacteria to your body. If you go to the beach, make sure you wash off immediately. Contact your healthcare professional if you notice any changes after going to the beach, such as; fever, chills, decreased blood pressure, and/or blistering of the skin. #flesheatingbacteria #necrotizingfasciitis#beachcaution#vibriovulnificus
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Warning have been issued by The Florida Department of Health for Vibrio Vulnificus, also called by many the Flesh eating bacteria, if you go to the beach; use utmost caution before entering the water. The oceans have many types of bacteria’s but during the warm/hot season some of those bacteria’s can turn deadly. If exposed to Vibrio Vulnificus you can develop a condition called “Necrotizing Fasciitis”, which is commonly known as the Flesh eating disease, this disease is a rare infection of the deeper layers of skin and tissues and is easily spread throughout your body. So far there have been 32 people in Florida that reported of being infected with this disease of which 10 people have died. However Florida is not the only state that has reported these cases, there are also reports in Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, and Mississippi.

People that have been going to the beach who have a weakened immune system or an open cut have been more susceptible being infected with this deadly virus. In addition, if you consume raw oysters there may be a chance that oyster may be infected as well. There is always risks involved with consuming raw meats or fish however if you must eat oysters try cooking them well or buying oysters that were caught up North in cooler waters.

There has always been a wise tail that if you have a cut and need it to clean it then go into the ocean and the salt water will do the trick. With the deadly virus steering you in the face we urge you not to go in with an open wound, this creates an entry way for this bacteria to your body. If you go to the beach, make sure you wash off immediately. Contact your healthcare professional if you notice any changes after going to the beach, such as; fever, chills, decreased blood pressure, and/or blistering of the skin. #flesheatingbacteria #necrotizingfasciitis#beachcaution#vibriovulnificus
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Warning have been issued by The Florida Department of Health for Vibrio Vulnificus, also called by many the Flesh eating bacteria, if you go to the beach; use utmost caution before entering the water. The oceans have many types of bacteria’s but during the warm/hot season some of those bacteria’s can turn deadly. If exposed to Vibrio Vulnificus you can develop a condition called “Necrotizing Fasciitis”, which is commonly known as the Flesh eating disease, this disease is a rare infection of the deeper layers of skin and tissues and is easily spread throughout your body. So far there have been 32 people in Florida that reported of being infected with this disease of which 10 people have died. However Florida is not the only state that has reported these cases, there are also reports in Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, and Mississippi.

People that have been going to the beach who have a weakened immune system or an open cut have been more susceptible being infected with this deadly virus. In addition, if you consume raw oysters there may be a chance that oyster may be infected as well. There is always risks involved with consuming raw meats or fish however if you must eat oysters try cooking them well or buying oysters that were caught up North in cooler waters.

There has always been a wise tail that if you have a cut and need it to clean it then go into the ocean and the salt water will do the trick. With the deadly virus steering you in the face we urge you not to go in with an open wound, this creates an entry way for this bacteria to your body. If you go to the beach, make sure you wash off immediately. Contact your healthcare professional if you notice any changes after going to the beach, such as; fever, chills, decreased blood pressure, and/or blistering of the skin. #flesheatingbacteria #necrotizingfasciitis#beachcaution#vibriovulnificus
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Warning have been issued by The Florida Department of Health for Vibrio Vulnificus, also called by many the Flesh eating bacteria, if you go to the beach; use utmost caution before entering the water. The oceans have many types of bacteria’s but during the warm/hot season some of those bacteria’s can turn deadly. If exposed to Vibrio Vulnificus you can develop a condition called “Necrotizing Fasciitis”, which is commonly known as the Flesh eating disease, this disease is a rare infection of the deeper layers of skin and tissues and is easily spread throughout your body. So far there have been 32 people in Florida that reported of being infected with this disease of which 10 people have died. However Florida is not the only state that has reported these cases, there are also reports in Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, and Mississippi.

People that have been going to the beach who have a weakened immune system or an open cut have been more susceptible being infected with this deadly virus. In addition, if you consume raw oysters there may be a chance that oyster may be infected as well. There is always risks involved with consuming raw meats or fish however if you must eat oysters try cooking them well or buying oysters that were caught up North in cooler waters.

There has always been a wise tail that if you have a cut and need it to clean it then go into the ocean and the salt water will do the trick. With the deadly virus steering you in the face we urge you not to go in with an open wound, this creates an entry way for this bacteria to your body. If you go to the beach, make sure you wash off immediately. Contact your healthcare professional if you notice any changes after going to the beach, such as; fever, chills, decreased blood pressure, and/or blistering of the skin. #flesheatingbacteria #necrotizingfasciitis#beachcaution#vibriovulnificus
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Warning have been issued by The Florida Department of Health for Vibrio Vulnificus, also called by many the Flesh eating bacteria, if you go to the beach; use utmost caution before entering the water. The oceans have many types of bacteria’s but during the warm/hot season some of those bacteria’s can turn deadly. If exposed to Vibrio Vulnificus you can develop a condition called “Necrotizing Fasciitis”, which is commonly known as the Flesh eating disease, this disease is a rare infection of the deeper layers of skin and tissues and is easily spread throughout your body. So far there have been 32 people in Florida that reported of being infected with this disease of which 10 people have died. However Florida is not the only state that has reported these cases, there are also reports in Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, and Mississippi.

People that have been going to the beach who have a weakened immune system or an open cut have been more susceptible being infected with this deadly virus. In addition, if you consume raw oysters there may be a chance that oyster may be infected as well. There is always risks involved with consuming raw meats or fish however if you must eat oysters try cooking them well or buying oysters that were caught up North in cooler waters.

There has always been a wise tail that if you have a cut and need it to clean it then go into the ocean and the salt water will do the trick. With the deadly virus steering you in the face we urge you not to go in with an open wound, this creates an entry way for this bacteria to your body. If you go to the beach, make sure you wash off immediately. Contact your healthcare professional if you notice any changes after going to the beach, such as; fever, chills, decreased blood pressure, and/or blistering of the skin. #flesheatingbacteria #necrotizingfasciitis#beachcaution#vibriovulnificus
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