What is pus?
A skin abscess is usually a tender mass surrounded by pink in the dark red area. By touching it is often easy to feel. Most of them are due to infection infections. Inside, they are full of pulse, bacteria and debris.
Unlike other infections, antibiotics alone will not usually treat a boil. Generally, one should open and remove a boil to repair it. Sometimes the conduction itself is produced, but it should generally be opened by heating compression or by the doctor in a process called incision and drainage (I & D).
What is the reason for pus?
When our normal skin obstruction breaks down, even with minor trauma, or small tears, or swelling, bacteria can enter the skin. A boil can occur because the protection of your body tries to kill these swollenitis with your swelling reaction (white blood cells = Pus). A perspiration or obstruction in the oil (lubricant) gland, or a hair follicle or a pre-existing chest may also trigger an abscess.
Between the abscess fluid and the dead cells, bacteria, and other debris. This area starts to grow, causes tension below the skin and swelling of nearby tissues.
What are the symptoms of pus?
Often, a boil becomes a painful, compressed mass, which is red, warm to the touch, and tender.
1. As some boils progress, they can come to the “point” and head so that you can see the contents inside and then automatically open (breakdown).
2. Most will become worse without care. The infection can spread to the tissues under the skin and even in the blood stream.
3. If infection is spread in deep tissue, then you can develop fever and start feeling sick.
Debris can occur in any kind of solid tissue, but often on the surface of the skin (where they may have surface panels or deep skin boils in the lungs, brain, teeth, kidneys and tonsils). Major complications are spreading adjacent material or remote tissues, and extensive regional tissue death (gangrene).
The main symptoms and symptoms of skin boils are loss of heat, swelling, pain, and function. High temperatures (fever) and cold can also happen.
If you are superficial, then there may be fluctuations in flipting. It is a wave like motion due to the movement of the breath inside the boil. Depending on where it is located, a boil can potentially be fatal.
What is the treatment of pus for?
Risk factors of formation of boils include intravenous drug use. Another potential risk factor is a previous history of disc herniation or abnormalities of the other spinal cord, although it has not been proven.
Waste bacteria are caused by infection, parasite, or foreign substances. Bacterial infection is the most common cause. Often the same infection consists of many types of bacteria. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus is the most common bacteria present in the United States and many other areas of the world.
Between the fungal ulcer of the spinal cord, the most common organism involves the methicillin-sensitive staphylococcus aureus.
The main treatment is to remove the fose from the fose. For the abscess of the skin, it involves a small operation to cut the top of the skin and allows to remove the pus. Usually a local anesthetic will be used. The skin becomes fine as a scar will become. If the boil is deep, then a small piece of gauze (antiseptic vic) can be applied in the drainage hole. Before all the puffs have dried up and the cavity has decreased before it prevents the hole from peeling.
1. If the boil is small (less than 1 cm or less than half inch), hot compression in the area can help 4 times daily for about 30 minutes.
2. Do not try to remove boils by squeezing or pressing it. It can push the infected material deep into the tissues.
3. Do not place boils or other sharp tools in the center of the boil, because you can hurt the underlying blood vessel or spread infection.
Standard treatment for opening a complex skin or soft tissue boil is to open and remove. In most cases, using antibiotics does not show any benefit. Packing a boil with a small amount of evidence did not help.
If any of the following occurs with abscess, contact your doctor:
1. You have more pain than 1 cm or half inch.
2. Pain is increasing or becomes more painful.
3. Pain is on or near your rectal or gron area.
4. You develop fever.
5. You see a red hole, which means that the infection is spreading.
6. You have any of the medical conditions listed above.
If any of these conditions occur with boils, then go to the emergency department of the hospital:
1. Fever of 102 degrees Fahrenheit or more, especially if you have chronic disease or on steroids, chemotherapy or dialysis
2. Away from the boil or longing with lymph nodes (lump) anywhere a red streak which boils and anywhere between your chest area (for example, a boil on your leg causes swollen lymph nodes in your gron area Can be made)
3. The abscess of any facial is more than 1 cm or half inch.