Impetigo: How to Protect Your Kids From The Contagious Skin Infection This Summer

Impetigo is most common during warm and humid weather conditions. If left untreated, impetigo can lead to a widespread infection and further conditions such as confusion, difficulty in breathing and high fever. Here a Dermato-Surgeon will tell you how to protect your kids from this bacterial infection or spot its symptoms.

By: Editorial Team    | Edited by: Longjam Dineshwori    | | Updated: April 20, 2021 12:32 pm

Impetigo in kids

Non bullous impetigo usually affects the areas around nose and face. (Photo:Mayo Clinic)


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