Cutaneous Infection and Therapy
Raza Aly, Karl R. Beutner, Howard I. Maibach
Taylor & Francis
, Mar 12, 1997
- 491 pages
This unique reference provides concise, single-source coverage of the clinical, research, and therapeutic aspects of dermatological problems associated with bacteria, fungi, and viruses.evaluates the role of antimicrobial soaps in personal hygiene and research on preoperative skin preparation and infection rates
Introduces many novel antifungal, antibacterial, and antiviral agents!
Highlighting the molecular biology as well as risk - benefit ratios of new diagnostic and treatment modalities, Cutaneous Infection and Therapy
discusses reasons for the reduced risk of infection using occlusive wound dressings
explains the epidemiology, presentation, pathophysiology, and treatment of athlete's foot and fungal diseases of the scalp
presents new oral antifungals for the treatment of onychomycosis
examines the advantages and disadvantages of preparations to treat superficial fungal infections
addresses oral candidiasis in HIV infection and the resistance to antifungal therapy in AIDS patients
reviews the patterns of candidiasis in children and current approaches to antifungal therapy
covers the epidemiology, implications, and management of herpes in pregnant women and newborns
and much more!