Baby Tim is 3 months-old and has been crying inconsolably. His exhausted mother has brought him into the emergency department at one in the morning desperate for help.
A 3 week-old newborn is brought in to the emergency department by her worried parents. A non-blanching rash has appeared overnight….
A 4 year old girl presents with bruising over her legs, trunk and face. Mum has noticed them appear over the last week.
Impetigo is a blistering skin infection and is usually caused by Staph. aureus or Strep. pyogenes.
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