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Cellulitis Prevention

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The best way to prevent is to practicing proper hygiene, especially when recovering from cuts or wounds.

Avoid walking around barefoot, as this can increase the risk of foot injuries which are exposed to many bacteria laden areas (like the inside of shoes, and dirty floors).

Wash any abrasions with antibacterial soap and keep covered when possible. Use breathable bandages to protect and encourage healthy airflow.

The skin's tissue may be at greater risk for developing cellulitis from the following injuries:

  • Animal or human bites
  • Wounds that penetrate the skin more than a half-inch
  • Quemaduras
  • Crush tissue with bleeding
  • Congelación
  • Injuries that have been exposed to excessive dirt, mud, or sea water

People who suffer from health conditions run an increased risk for cellulitis.

Visit your healthcare provider at the first signs of cellulitis. Cellulitis can penetrate deep into the skin. Cellulitis may even spread to infect the bloodstream. In some cases, cellulitis can be dearly. Surgery may needed to address abscess and dead tissue.

Cellulitis subsides for most people with 2-3 days of medical treatment.


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