Rose wound sometimes looks like shingles, but it is not the same. Wound Roos is also known as erysipelas or cellulitis. Shingles is also known under the name of herper zoster. The difference between them lies in the cause: a bacteria and a virus. Basically, almost everyone carries with it the virus for shingles with it. Rose wound is often preceded by an injury or a wound on the skin. Both diseases are so different at different points. Also, the treatment is therefore quite different.
Wound Dandruff is an infectious disease that is transmitted by bacteria. Other names are for erysipelas erysipelas, cellulitis or erysipelas. The bacteria which are responsible for erysipelas called streptococci or staphylococci. The bacteria penetrate the skin through an opening, such as within a tear or wound in the skin. Often it comes to eg athlete's foot, a carbuncle, a scrape, burn or cut. Also, the bacterium may be derived from the nose or mouth, or sometimes from the ears. An ear infection or strep throat then goes on here beforehand. The bacteria can be transmitted to other people, but in practice rarely.
Shingles is also called herper zoster. Shingles is in contrast to erysipelas not transmitted by a bacterium, but by a virus. The causative agent is the chickenpox virus. Almost every child or comes into contact with this virus. Most children also get chickenpox. When the road are chicken pox, the virus remains in the skin behind, where it has settled in the nerves. In most cases, this has no further consequences. For years the virus under certain circumstances can become active again later. Then people not only chickenpox shingles.
With erysipelas there is a red skin, often with blisters. Sometimes you may see blood blisters. The skin feels warm and inflamed. The skin feels sore and swollen. The lymph nodes near the inflamed skin are often set. Often there arises fever. When an ear infection, which often occurs in children, erysipelas can occur on one side of the face. Someone may get more frequent erysipelas.
Even when there is a shingles rash. Often this is made up of spots and vesicles. After a week to recover, new sores. Shingles rash resembles a bit like the famous chicken pox. The rash may feel painful. Often develop itching. Not always there is a distinct rash present, but it makes the skin pain and itching. As a result shingles is not always well recognized. The rash often appears on one portion of the body in the form of a belt. Because the sores itch, scratch a lot of people coming. This can cause scarring later. Most people get shingles only once, but there are always exceptions.
Wound Dandruff is contagious but is something that is rarely transmitted in practice on others. For shingles, this is different. The virus can be transmitted to others. Someone who has not had chickenpox, the virus gets chickenpox. Anyone who has had chickenpox already will be no new chickenpox, but also not get shingles. Why get one eventually shingles and others do not is unclear. Possibly the body's defense plays a role.
None of the disease is the same, and so the treatment also differs. The big difference between erysipelas and shingles is the cause: a bacteria or virus. Because erysipelas is caused by a bacterium is to treat it with antibiotics. This usually consists of a course of treatment which has to be strictly taken. Sometimes painkillers are prescribed. In other cases, are to be recommended, dressings, for example, in erysipelas and swelling to the leg. As a result, the healing process will be accelerated. The wound so that the bacterium has entered and sometimes must be treated.
People with eczema or a fungal infection of the skin may be more likely to suffer from erysipelas, especially when combined with lymphedema. In lymphedema, there is a build-up of lymph fluid, often as a result of damage to the lymph nodes or lymph vessels. When a fungal infection should therefore be dealt with immediately. Wounds should be kept as sterile as possible.
Shingles is often treated. However, the blisters can be dried using zinc ointment. When pain fulfills an acetaminophen is often sufficient. In severe cases of shingles in the face is sometimes prescribed aciclovir. This is a virus inhibitor n the form of a cream and is usually greased for five days. The virus is not slain but curbed. In other cases, shingles heals on its own within 2 to 4 weeks. Because shingles is contagious, it is important to maintain good hygiene. Do not scratch and wash hands frequently. When the vesicles are dried once more, there is no danger of contamination.
Pregnant women need to be alert in the first three months of the brother-shelf infection with the virus. The virus can damage the fruit. Even young babies and people with severely weakened immune system can become seriously ill from the virus.