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15 terms
Integumentary infections
Staphylococcus aureus
Scalded skin syndrome
Toxic Shock Syndrome
Streptococcus pyogenes
scalded skin syndrome and toxic shock syndrome
- causative agent: staphylococcus aureus ... - looks like third…
- causative agent: staphylococcus aureus... - Symptoms: high fev…
- scarlet fever... - impetigo ... - nectrotizing fasciitis
Staphylococcus aureus
scalded skin syndrome and toxic shock syndrome
Scalded skin syndrome
- causative agent: staphylococcus aureus ... - looks like third…
6 terms
Integumentary (Common Fungal Infections)
Candidiasis
Tinea Corporis
Tinea Cruris
Tinea Pedis
Caused by Candida albicans (or moniliasis). 50% carriers symp…
Ringworm. Typical annular (ring-like) scaly appearance, well…
Jock itch. Well defined scaly plaque in groin area. Does not…
Athlete's foot. Interdigital scaling and maceration. Scaly pl…
Candidiasis
Caused by Candida albicans (or moniliasis). 50% carriers symp…
Tinea Corporis
Ringworm. Typical annular (ring-like) scaly appearance, well…
11 terms
Integumentary (bacterial & viral infections)
Impetigo
Folliculitis
Furuncle
Furnunculosis
Etiology/patho: group A B-hemolytic streptococci, staphylococ…
Usually staph. Increased incidence w/ DM. Treatment: antistap…
Deep staph infection around hair follicle. Often assoc w/ sev…
Increased incidence w/ obesity, diabetes, chronically ill, or…
Impetigo
Etiology/patho: group A B-hemolytic streptococci, staphylococ…
Folliculitis
Usually staph. Increased incidence w/ DM. Treatment: antistap…
58 terms
Integumentary and infection
Pathogen
communicability
pathogenicity
virulence
disease causing microorganism
...
...
...
Pathogen
disease causing microorganism
communicability
...
13 terms
Integumentary: Wound Infections
- Immunosuppression... - Exposure to micr…
4,000 to 10,000 mm3
Neutrophils
Neutrophils
What factors increase the risk of infection of a wound?
What is the normal WBC range?
What type of WBCs are the fastest responders, and increase wi…
What type of WBC makes up 55 to 70 %?
- Immunosuppression... - Exposure to micr…
What factors increase the risk of infection of a wound?
4,000 to 10,000 mm3
What is the normal WBC range?
46 terms
geriatrics - integumentary system: infections
functions of the skin
factors affecting the skin
developmental considerations
causes of skin alterations
protection... barrier from bacteria and viruses... insulation... senso…
unbroken and healthy skin and mucous membranes defend against…
infant's skin and mucous membranes are easily injured and sub…
very thin and very obese people are more susceptible to skin…
functions of the skin
protection... barrier from bacteria and viruses... insulation... senso…
factors affecting the skin
unbroken and healthy skin and mucous membranes defend against…
21 terms
Integumentary System: Infections
Impetigo ( Staphylococcus aureus )
Acne Vulgaris
Furuncle and boils ( Staphylococcus au…
Cellulitis
Bacterial ... Crusty lesions on face ... Treatment: Antibiotics
Bacterial ... Sebaceous glands secrete more sebum and plug hair…
Bacterial
Bacterial ... Involves the subcutaneous tissue, can be dangerous
Impetigo ( Staphylococcus aureus )
Bacterial ... Crusty lesions on face ... Treatment: Antibiotics
Acne Vulgaris
Bacterial ... Sebaceous glands secrete more sebum and plug hair…
5 terms
CHP 22: Integumentary Infections
Acne vulgaris
Hair follicle infections (folliculitis)
chickenpox/varicella
Shingles
causative agent: propionbacterium acnes... patho: metabolic prod…
causative agent: staph aureus (normally in nose), lesion is a…
causative agent: Varicella-zoster virus (herpes virus, DS DNA…
latent chickenpox
Acne vulgaris
causative agent: propionbacterium acnes... patho: metabolic prod…
Hair follicle infections (folliculitis)
causative agent: staph aureus (normally in nose), lesion is a…
13 terms
Integumentary Infections, Allergies, & Disorders
athlete's foot
boils/carbuncles
cold sores
contact dermatitis
itchy fungal infection of the toes
inflammation of hair follicles and sebaceous glands
fever blisters; small fluid filled blisters that itch and sti…
itching, redness, and swelling of skin; progressing to bliste…
athlete's foot
itchy fungal infection of the toes
boils/carbuncles
inflammation of hair follicles and sebaceous glands
35 terms
Integumentary System: Infections
Factors Affecting the Skin
Infectious/ Causative Agent
Reservoir
Portal of exit
unbroken and healthy skin and mucous membranes defend against…
bacteria, virus, fungi
natural habitat of the organism
point of escape for the organism
Factors Affecting the Skin
unbroken and healthy skin and mucous membranes defend against…
Infectious/ Causative Agent
bacteria, virus, fungi
26 terms
Viral Integumentary Infections
Rubeola (Measles)
Rubella (German Measles)
Rubeola (measles)
Rubeola (measles)
Paramyxovirus... Prodromal- coryza, cough, and conjunctivitis... Ko…
Respiratory Togavirus... Mild exanthematous disease
Severe in Vitamin A deficient patients
ssRNA non segmented genome
Rubeola (Measles)
Paramyxovirus... Prodromal- coryza, cough, and conjunctivitis... Ko…
Rubella (German Measles)
Respiratory Togavirus... Mild exanthematous disease
67 terms
N304 Integumentary Infections
Iga
when do exocrine glands begin to fxn?
tests for fungal infection
bacterial infections of skin
doesnt reach maturation until 2-5yo, so susceptible to bacter…
~2mos old, not fully mature until 2yo
potassium hydroxide prep (KOH)
impetigo ... cellulitis
Iga
doesnt reach maturation until 2-5yo, so susceptible to bacter…
when do exocrine glands begin to fxn?
~2mos old, not fully mature until 2yo
19 terms
Integumentary Disorders: Infections
Folliculitis
furuncle
carbuncle
Cellulitis
bacterial infection of hair follicle that is most commonly ca…
commonly called a "boil," and is an inflammation of hair foll…
collection of infected hair follicles, most often found on…
general term used to refer to an infection of the dermis and…
Folliculitis
bacterial infection of hair follicle that is most commonly ca…
furuncle
commonly called a "boil," and is an inflammation of hair foll…
25 terms
Integumentary system: Diseases and Infections
arrector pili
acne vulgaris
psorlasis
eczema
Smooth muscle attaches to follicle ... Raises hair ... Responses to…
A common skin diseases that affects 85%-100% of people at som…
Skin typically becomes red ad inflammed and may form white sc…
Commonly causes dry, reddened skin that itches or burns, alth…
arrector pili
Smooth muscle attaches to follicle ... Raises hair ... Responses to…
acne vulgaris
A common skin diseases that affects 85%-100% of people at som…
17 terms
Integumentary system infections and disorders
Acne
Cryosurgery
DECUBITUS
eczema
chronic disorder of sebaceous glands
destruction of tissue by freezing
pressure ulcer
chronic noncontagious inflammation of skin
Acne
chronic disorder of sebaceous glands
Cryosurgery
destruction of tissue by freezing
13 terms
Integumentary System Infections
Basic Skin Structure... 1. What line of d…
Cellulitis... 1. What is it known as?... - W…
Acne... 1. What is comedonal acne?... 2. Wha…
Viral Infections... 1. What are viral inf…
1. 1st line of defense... 2. Skin and mucosa are rich in microbi…
1. An acute bacterial infection... - Caused by Staphylococcus Au…
1. Acne that occurs when sebum channels become blocked with s…
1. Acute infection that do NOT require hospitalization... 2. Ent…
Basic Skin Structure... 1. What line of d…
1. 1st line of defense... 2. Skin and mucosa are rich in microbi…
Cellulitis... 1. What is it known as?... - W…
1. An acute bacterial infection... - Caused by Staphylococcus Au…
14 terms
Infections-Integumentary sytem pathologies
Contact dermatits, poison ivy
Impetigo-bacterial
Ringworm
Viral Warts
The rash itself is not contagious, ; The rash is self-limited…
peak prevalence is in preschool children. Contagious via dire…
Fungal infection. Contagious via skin contact with infected p…
Benign Cutaneous timors 2 HPV . Primary Locations: hands, fee…
Contact dermatits, poison ivy
The rash itself is not contagious, ; The rash is self-limited…
Impetigo-bacterial
peak prevalence is in preschool children. Contagious via dire…
46 terms
Integumentary System Infection
Integumentary System
Skin
Normal Physical Assessment on Integume…
Age-related Changes: risk of skin infe…
-largest organ... -skin... -hair... -nails... -glands
Functions:... -protection... -barrier... -insulation... -sensory percepti…
-Skin: evenly pigmented, no petechiae, purpura, lesions, or a…
-decreased subcutaneous fat... -decrease in skin turgor... -decreas…
Integumentary System
-largest organ... -skin... -hair... -nails... -glands
Skin
Functions:... -protection... -barrier... -insulation... -sensory percepti…
16 terms
Infection control and integumentary system
List and define two types of modified…
List reasons why infection control is…
Goal of ethics
...
...
Provide a healthy environment for that student athlete to com…
List and define two types of modified…
...
List reasons why infection control is…
...
51 terms
Integumentary system and infection control
Functions of integumentary system
Thin, outermost layer of skin
Specialized cells responsible for the…
5 layers of epidermis
-protect underlying structures... -prevent dehydration... -produces…
Epidermis
Melanocytes
-stratum corneum... -stratum lucidum... -stratum granulosum... -stratu…
Functions of integumentary system
-protect underlying structures... -prevent dehydration... -produces…
Thin, outermost layer of skin
Epidermis
80 terms
Integumentary system and Infection control
The chain of infection: Means of trans…
Etiologic Agents
Bacteria
Virus
Etiologic Agent (microorganism)... Reservoir (source)... Portal of…
- Bacteria ... - Viruses ... - Fungi ... - Parasites
Most significant and most prevalent in hospital settings
Smallest of all microorganisms
The chain of infection: Means of trans…
Etiologic Agent (microorganism)... Reservoir (source)... Portal of…
Etiologic Agents
- Bacteria ... - Viruses ... - Fungi ... - Parasites
45 terms
integumentary system: Infection
what to ALWAYS do?
integumentary system made of
largest organ in body
functions of skin
Wash hands.
skin , hair, nails and glands
skin
Protection... Barrier... Insulation... Sensory perception... Absorption... E…
what to ALWAYS do?
Wash hands.
integumentary system made of
skin , hair, nails and glands
61 terms
Integumentary System diseases, infections, ect
acne vulgaris
alopecia
comedo
dermatrophy
acne
baldness
blackhead
stretch marks
acne vulgaris
acne
alopecia
baldness
62 terms
Infections, Integumentary, Musculoskeletal, Nervous System
infant bacterial meningitis
adult bacterial meningitis
sxs encephalitis
encephalitis diagnosis
poor feeding ... vomit... 30-40% cases siezure
worst HA of their life... light sensitive... +kernig sign... +brudzins…
fever, vomit, cranial nerve dysfxn... siezures
spinal puncture to test CSF
infant bacterial meningitis
poor feeding ... vomit... 30-40% cases siezure
adult bacterial meningitis
worst HA of their life... light sensitive... +kernig sign... +brudzins…
62 terms
Micro Final Viral Integumentary Infections
Causes measles
Controlled by vaccination in the west…
How long is the Measles incubation per…
Initial multiplication is in the respi…
Rubeola
Measles
10-14 days
Measles
Causes measles
Rubeola
Controlled by vaccination in the west…
Measles
48 terms
Infection Control and Integumentary System Test
Epidermis
Dermis
Hypodermis ()Subcutaneous
Dermal Papille
Outermost layer of skin
Called true skin, framework of strong elastic connective tiss…
Innermost layer of skin connects skin to surface muscle
Located on top of the dermis and forms lines or striations on…
Epidermis
Outermost layer of skin
Dermis
Called true skin, framework of strong elastic connective tiss…
41 terms
MICRO- Final (Viral Integumentary Infections)
Measles (overview)
Measles (Clinical- Incubation)
Measles (Clinical- Prodromal)
Measles (Clinical- RASH)
still present in remainder of world ... Vaccine-preventable, cov…
(1.5-2 wks)... Initial multiplications in RESPIRATORY and lymph…
1-12 d post infection, pt becomes ill, HIGH fever ... 3 C's: Co…
3-4 d after prodrome... Highest fever! ... Begins at ears, spreads.…
Measles (overview)
still present in remainder of world ... Vaccine-preventable, cov…
Measles (Clinical- Incubation)
(1.5-2 wks)... Initial multiplications in RESPIRATORY and lymph…
Viruses, Infections of the Integumentary System and Immunity
Virus
What kind of life do viruses live?
Viral genomes consist of:
Nucleic Acids in DNA and RNA
An infectious particle consisting of little more than genes p…
A borrowed life
a) Double or single stranded DNA... b) Double or single stranded…
DNA: Thymine ... RNA: Uracil
Virus
An infectious particle consisting of little more than genes p…
What kind of life do viruses live?
A borrowed life
26 terms
Viral Infections of Childhood (Integumentary System)
What do viral infections of the skin i…
What is the causative agent for Herpes…
What is the incubation period of Herpe…
What is the Period of Communicability…
Herpes infections & warts (verrucae)
Herpes Simplex, Herpes Type 1, Herpes Type 2
2-12 days
greatest early in the course of the infection
What do viral infections of the skin i…
Herpes infections & warts (verrucae)
What is the causative agent for Herpes…
Herpes Simplex, Herpes Type 1, Herpes Type 2
75 terms
NU127 5. Integumentary Infection
The Chain of Infection
Etiologic Agents
Interventions Against Etiologic Agents
Possible Reservoirs for Microorganisms
Etiologic Agent- organism that causes the disease... Reservoir-…
Bacteria... Viruses... Fungi... Molds... Yeasts
Cleaning, disinfecting or sterilizing articles... Vaccines, anti…
Other humans... Animals... Soil... Food, water, milk... Inanimate objects
The Chain of Infection
Etiologic Agent- organism that causes the disease... Reservoir-…
Etiologic Agents
Bacteria... Viruses... Fungi... Molds... Yeasts
37 terms
Normal skin flora and bacterial infections of the integumentary system
diversity of the skin at different bod…
functional associations with communiti…
models of dysbiosis
important colonizers
diversity of the skin at different bod…
functional associations with communiti…
50 terms
Normal Skin Flora & Bacterial Infections of the Integumentary System
Diversity of the skin @ different body…
Functional associations w/ communities…
Models of dysbiosis
Important colonizers*
• Face... High density of sebaceous glands... Hair & eccrine glands…
• AMP = anti-microbial peptides
a) Driven by Microbial Communities... b) driven by host biology/…
•#1 Coagulase negative staphylococci, e.g., ... →→ Staphylococcu…
Diversity of the skin @ different body…
• Face... High density of sebaceous glands... Hair & eccrine glands…
Functional associations w/ communities…
• AMP = anti-microbial peptides
74 terms
infection control and integumentary system test
two deasons infection control is essen…
microorganism
nonpathogen
pathogen
...
small living organism that must be viewed under a microscope
beneficial in maintaining certain body functions
cause infection and disease
two deasons infection control is essen…
...
microorganism
small living organism that must be viewed under a microscope
87 terms
Infection control and integumentary system test
Six functions of the skin
Keratin
Vasoconstriction
Vitamin D
Protection, water barrier, body temperature, waste eliminatio…
Protects the skin against mechanical injury and chemical damage
How the body retains heat
Produced in the presence of sunlight
Six functions of the skin
Protection, water barrier, body temperature, waste eliminatio…
Keratin
Protects the skin against mechanical injury and chemical damage
84 terms
infection control and integumentary system test
six functions of the skin
keratin
skin's role in the regulation of body…
how does the body retain heat
-protection... -water barrier... -body temperature regulation... -sens…
protects the skin against mechanical injury and chemical damage
-capillaries can widen enabling the body to eliminate heat... -t…
the blood vessels get smaller and blood flow moves to deeper…
six functions of the skin
-protection... -water barrier... -body temperature regulation... -sens…
keratin
protects the skin against mechanical injury and chemical damage
36 terms
integumentary/infection unit 5 pharmacology
Which of the following is a topical an…
Which of the following medications wou…
Which of the following medications is…
What adverse reaction of a patient tak…
Silver Sulfadiazine
ribavirin (Virazole)-
vancomycin (Vancocin)
Peripheral neuropathy
Which of the following is a topical an…
Silver Sulfadiazine
Which of the following medications wou…
ribavirin (Virazole)-
Unit 5 Quiz Integumentary/Infection
Which of the following is a topical an…
Which of the following medications wou…
Which of the following medications is…
What adverse reaction of a patient tak…
Silver Sulfadiazine
ribavirin (Virazole)
vancomycin (Vancocin)
Peripheral neuropathy
Which of the following is a topical an…
Silver Sulfadiazine
Which of the following medications wou…
ribavirin (Virazole)
21 terms
Integumentary: Wound Healing/Infection Control
What are some nutritional needs for wo…
What are some local and systemic facto…
What is primary intention method for w…
What is the secondary intention for wo…
- Primary: Oxygen, Protein, Carbohydrates, Fats, Vitamin C, a…
- Local: necrosis, infection, dry environment, repeated traum…
- minimal tissue loss ... - approximation of wound edges ... (sutur…
- significant tissue loss... - wound edges remain open ... - wound…
What are some nutritional needs for wo…
- Primary: Oxygen, Protein, Carbohydrates, Fats, Vitamin C, a…
What are some local and systemic facto…
- Local: necrosis, infection, dry environment, repeated traum…
21 terms
Integumentary: Wound Healing/Infection Control
What are some nutritional needs for wo…
What are some local and systemic facto…
What is primary intention method for w…
What is the secondary intention for wo…
- Primary: Oxygen, Protein, Carbohydrates, Fats, Vitamin C, a…
- Local: necrosis, infection, dry environment, repeated traum…
- minimal tissue loss ... - approximation of wound edges ... (sutur…
- significant tissue loss... - wound edges remain open ... - wound…
What are some nutritional needs for wo…
- Primary: Oxygen, Protein, Carbohydrates, Fats, Vitamin C, a…
What are some local and systemic facto…
- Local: necrosis, infection, dry environment, repeated traum…
25 terms
Ch 11 integumentary system growths, infections
carcinoma
keratosis
nevus
steatoma
a malignant new growth made up of epithelial cells tending to…
any horny growth, such as a wart or callosity
a mole or growth... ex. birthmark; there are many types
lipoma; a fatty mass retained within a sebaceous gland; sebac…
carcinoma
a malignant new growth made up of epithelial cells tending to…
keratosis
any horny growth, such as a wart or callosity
Ch 11 integumentary system growths, infections
carcinoma
keratosis
nevus
steatoma
a malignant new growth made up of epithelial cells tending to…
any horny growth, such as a wart or callosity
a mole or growth... ex. birthmark; there are many types
lipoma; a fatty mass retained within a sebaceous gland; sebac…
carcinoma
a malignant new growth made up of epithelial cells tending to…
keratosis
any horny growth, such as a wart or callosity
11 terms
Micro Unit 5 Integumentary System Infections
Cellulitis
Scalded Skin Syndrome
Toxic Shock Syndrome
Scarlet Fever
(same thing as pyoderma) bad infection of the skin
By staphylococcus aureus. Like 3rd degree burns.
By staphylococcus aureus
By streptococcus pyogenes. Sandpaper tongue & strawberry rash…
Cellulitis
(same thing as pyoderma) bad infection of the skin
Scalded Skin Syndrome
By staphylococcus aureus. Like 3rd degree burns.
6 terms
CH 16: Integumentary System - Terms Related to Infections
Herpes Simplex
Impetigo
Abscess
Carbuncle
Eruption of blisters on skin and submucous membrane... Cause: lo…
Highly contagious bacterial infection mainly in children... Caus…
Circumscribed collection of pus b/c of bacterial infection
Collection of large localized abscesses in hair follicles and…
Herpes Simplex
Eruption of blisters on skin and submucous membrane... Cause: lo…
Impetigo
Highly contagious bacterial infection mainly in children... Caus…
32 terms
Medical Studies Intro Infections & Integumentary System
Herd Immunity
Vaccine
A symptomatic carrier
Why is the influenza corona virus so h…
Where enough people are immunized ro prevent non-immune peopl…
Allows the immune system how to "learn" how to fight a pathog…
To carry a disease but not show any symptoms.
It's very infectious and mutates quickly.
Herd Immunity
Where enough people are immunized ro prevent non-immune peopl…
Vaccine
Allows the immune system how to "learn" how to fight a pathog…
18 terms
11-5 Integumentary: Biologic Agents and Skin Infections
acne vulgaris
carbuncle, furuncle
cellulitis
impetigo
bacteria: inflammatory disease of skin, formation of papules…
bacteria: boils, abcesses, pustular lesions
bacteria:inflammation of skin
bacteria: streptococcal or staphylococcal skin infection from…
acne vulgaris
bacteria: inflammatory disease of skin, formation of papules…
carbuncle, furuncle
bacteria: boils, abcesses, pustular lesions
40 terms
Integumentary 8/17/16: Surgical Infections
What is the greatest cause oc nosocomi…
If you are not sure of infection or wh…
In the pathogenies of infection what i…
What is the key prevention of surgical…
Indwelling catheters
Culture the tip
Mast cells
Density and virulence of bacteria vs host defense
What is the greatest cause oc nosocomi…
Indwelling catheters
If you are not sure of infection or wh…
Culture the tip
32 terms
Greene Integumentary infections and Compedium Derm Emergencies
Why might dogs be more susceptible to…
Where does staph pseudintermedius hang…
What bacterial infections are most com…
What are possible causes of recurrent…
-comparatively thin, compact canine stratum... corneum ... -the re…
nares and perineal regions
Staph (pseudintermediusa) some aureus/schleiferi, Secondary g…
Possible causes of recurrent... pyoderma can be subdivided into…
Why might dogs be more susceptible to…
-comparatively thin, compact canine stratum... corneum ... -the re…
Where does staph pseudintermedius hang…
nares and perineal regions
31 terms
micro ss25 Viral Integumentary Infections
what is measles ?
what are the clinical manifestations o…
what is the difference between agents…
what are the clinical signs of prodrom…
-also known as Rubeola... -human virus... - very contagious... - rash…
-Prodromal stage ... - Rash ... - Resolution ... Measles complication…
MEASLES ( RUBEOLA)... - Paramyxovirus... - ssRNA (negative sense st…
- 1-12 days post infection, patient becomes ill-High fever... -…
what is measles ?
-also known as Rubeola... -human virus... - very contagious... - rash…
what are the clinical manifestations o…
-Prodromal stage ... - Rash ... - Resolution ... Measles complication…
181 terms
Fundamentals Integumentary,Wounds, & Infection (Exam 2)
is the invasion by a susceptible host…
What results if they multiply and caus…
What are the 4 kids of microorganisms?
occurs if the microorganism is present…
infection
disease
bacteria... viruses... fungi ... protozoa
colonization
is the invasion by a susceptible host…
infection
What results if they multiply and caus…
disease
123 terms
Fundamentals Exam II: Electrolytes, Integumentary, Infection
Major electrolytes (6)
Sodium
Normal range for sodium
Potassium
sodium... potassium... calcium... magnesium... chloride... phosphorus
ECF regulator of body fluid volume
135-145 mEq/L
ICF regulator of cellular enzyme activity & water content ... Mo…
Major electrolytes (6)
sodium... potassium... calcium... magnesium... chloride... phosphorus
Sodium
ECF regulator of body fluid volume
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