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Insert Title of Document NHS Unclassified Last Review Date Version 1 Page 1 of 4 Clinical Protocol no. Title: Clinical Protocol for the management of Impetigo in

Minor Ailments Scheme (UTI and Impetigo edition) Treatment of Impetigo and 5.0 Duties of the NHS England Shropshire & Staffordshire AT 7 Ailments UTI and Impetigo service. NHS England Shropshire & Staffordshire Area Team agrees to provide 28 days’ written notice if we

B orders What is I Impetigo: important information mpetigo? Impetigo is a skin infection. It is usually caused by one of two bacteria (germs): Staphylococcus aureus

Occupational Health Frequently Asked Questions Infections Impetigo Above – typical impetigo site and lesions. Healthcare workers should not have contact with patients (HPA Feb Email:occupational.health@rbch.nhs.uk . Created Date:

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NHS Highland (2004), Infection Control Guidance for the Pre-school Setting NHS Highland Health Protection Team (2004), Information about E. coli O157, NHS Highland HPT, Inverness NHS Stockport Primary Care Trust (2006), Infection control and cross infection guidelines for nurseries – Control of

NHS England Patient Group Direction for the supply of Fusidic Acid 2% Cream by Community Pharmacists in the management of Impetigo Clinical Condition

5 days for Exacerbations of COPD, Tonsillitis / Pharyngitis, Acute otitis media and Impetigo NHS Cumbria Antibiotic guidelines should be followed Quantity to supply 500mg tablets: 10-14 250mg tablets: 10-14

Rebekkah was diagnosed as having impetigo, which alarmed her mother, as she had (2006) Impetigo [Online] http://prodigy.nhs.uk/impetigo [Accessed 3 September 2006] Public Health Laboratory Service (PHLS) (2002) Management of Infection: guidance for primary care.

OF MINOR LOCALISED IMPETIGO Version: 1.3 Name of Originator/Author: Ana Alves, Practicing Professional LPN-Pharmacy, NHS Somerset Acknowledgments: Stephen Du Bois, Chair Pharmacy-LPN, NHS Somerset Approved by: Lucy Watson, Director of Nursing and Patient

Mild / localised impetigo lesions according to local protocol 1.1 14.04.10 Resubmitted to NHS Devon Patient Group Direction Review Group (Provider Services) in latest template NHS Devon Patient Group Direction Review Group

Management of impetigo Key concepts Impetigo is a common, Impetigo is usually diagnosed clinically and treatment http://cks.library.nhs.uk/impetigo (Accessed January 2009). 2. Sladden MJ, Johnston GA.

NHS Northern. Eastern and Western Devon Clinical Commissioning Group Patient Group Direction for the supply of Fusidic Acid 2% Cream by Community Pharmacists in the management of Impetigo

• Coughs and runny noses alone need not be a reason for exclusion but if the child is unwell http://hps.scot.nhs.uk/haiic/ic/guidelinedetail. Impetigo (Streptococcal Group A skin

The Control of Common Infections in the Workplace Cold Sores (Herpes simplex) None workplace issues. Creams are available from the pharmacist which do assist in controlling the cold sores. Impetigo Employers should remain absent from work until

salisbury.nhs.uk Impetigo Impetigo is an infection of the top layers of the skin and is most common among young children aged 2 – 6 years. It usually starts when the bacteria get into a cut, scratch or insect bite.

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Treatment of impetigo Paint it blue Editor?Koning and van der Wouden in their editorial on treatment of impetigo dis to use the NHS more effectively than earlier migrants, but they may face discrimination nevertheless.

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