Asked in Fibromyalgia
What is meant by systematic infection and localised infection?
a systemic infection affects a number of organs and tissues and can also effect the whole body. a localised infection is an infection that is restricted or limited to a specific body part or region ...
Asked in Infectious Diseases
What is meant by systemic infection and localised infection?
A localised infections is an infections that is limited to a specific body part or region. A systemic infection is the opposit. That's when the patogen is distributed throughtout the whole body. ...
Asked in Conditions and Diseases
Does localized infection affect all the body systems?
no it doesn't affect all the bod system . localised infection is only restricted to certain area of the body . it is the systemic infection that affects all the body systems. ...
Asked in Health
What does fluconazole treat?
Fluconazole is similar to an antibiotic but it treats fungal infections rather than pathogens. It can be used as an intravenous drug to treat systemic fungal infections, or as a cream for example to treat topical localised fungal infections. A common example of a fungal infection is thrush (candidiasis) which can effect mucous membranes in areas such as the mouth or vagina. Athletes foot (tinea pedis) is another example of a fungal infection. Some fungal infections can be very serious causing septicaemia,...
Asked in Conditions and Diseases, Microbiology
How does Staph go from a local infection to a disseminated one?
Staph infections are most of the times localised. However if the patient is immunocompromised e'g HIV or leukemias and lymphomas or any other immunocompromised state, it can become a disseminated one.. ...
Asked in Impetigo
What is epidemic impetigo?
Well I think you probably know what impetigo is ( if not there's always Wikipedia, kidshealth.org etc), but epidemic means that the infection in this case is a widespread occurrence that may have spread to the whoe of the body rather than a localised area for example on your left shoulder blade ...
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between ubiquitous and localised resource?
ubiquitous resouces are the resouces which are found everywhere . for ex: air, water, sun etc. localised resources are those resources which are found in a specific area . for ex: gold ,diamond etc. ...
Asked in Chemistry
Why do molecular compounds not conduct electricity?
Molecular Covalent compounds do not conduct electricity because the electrons are very localised, making electricity near impossible to travel from one to the other. The reason metals are so conductive is because of their large amounts of de-localised electrons. ...
Asked in Symptoms
What are some of the symptoms of Scleroderma?
Scleroderma is an autoimmune skin disease that can either be found in systemic or localised forms. The systemic kind can be identified by the thickening and tightening of the skin and connective tissue. Localised symptoms of Scleroderma are similar to Schlerosis, where patches of hard, and sometimes scaly skin become visible. ...
Influenza is what one localized infection or bacterial infection or systemic infection?
Influenza, is a bacterial infection.
Asked in First Aid, Symptoms
What are the signs and symptoms of internal bleeding?
Swelling, bruising, localised pain - the patient will protect and guard the area. The affected area will swell, discolour, and have localised pain - the patient will protect and guard the area. The patient will go into shock - pale and wet skin, rapid shallow respiration's, and rapid pulse and may vomit as well. ...