Bacterial Nasal Infections

Boils in nostrils usually caused by a staph infection that can spread to the nose. In addition to systemic treatment with staphylococci effective antibiotics (eg. B. cephalexin, 4 times 500 mg / day p.o.) and are placed warm compresses mupirocin ointment applied. To prevent a local thrombophlebitis develops followed by cavernous sinus thrombosis, should be boils opened through an incision and emptied.

A vestibulitis is a bacterial infection of the nasal vestibule (vestibulum nasal) by Staphylococcus aureus as a typical pathogens. It can be caused by nose picking or blowing your nose strong and leads to annoying crusts or scabs, under which it bleeds when they detach. Is effectively a local treatment with bacitracin or mupirocin ointment (2 times for 14 days applied daily). Boils in nostrils usually caused by a staph infection that can spread to the nose. In addition to systemic treatment with staphylococci effective antibiotics (eg. B. cephalexin, 4 times 500 mg / day p.o.) and are placed warm compresses mupirocin ointment applied. To prevent a local thrombophlebitis develops followed by cavernous sinus thrombosis, should be boils opened through an incision and emptied. The treatment of community-associated methicillin-resistant S. aureus infections should be aligned by culture and sensitivity test results. As a rule, clindamycin, trimethoprim / sulfamethoxazole and doxycycline are effective against most strains.

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