strep throat


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About Strep Throat Group A Streptococcus(GAS) is a gram-positive bacterium responsible for a wide range of infections.
a bit of computer data to tell if strep throat is circulating in your geographical region.
What did change is that a greater proportion of prescriptions were for new, expensive antibiotics in recent years- even though penicillin works just fine against strep throat, Linder said.
To determine whether the advice is warranted, the UTMB researchers tried to grow group A Streptococcus (GAS), the bacteria that causes strep throat, on toothbrushes that had been exposed to the bacteria in a laboratory.
Left untreated, a strep throat infection may spread to other parts of the body.
Those subtypes include all of those responsible for necrotizing fasciitis and rheumatic fever, which can result in permanent heart damage, and most of those that cause strep throat, says study coauthor Shelly A.
Sometimes that's too soon for the strep throat to appear.
In some individuals, the tissues remain and trap bacteria that causes strep throat and tonsillitis.
Strep throat is caused by Group A streptococci (STREP-toe-cock-sigh) bacteria.
Did I get strep throat because I roller-bladed in 40-degree weather without a jacket?
With some kinds of strep throat, you also get scarlet fever rash, which starts in the groin and spreads over the body.
Signs and Symptoms: The signs and symptoms of strep throat are red, sore throat with white patches on tonsils, swollen lymph nodes in neck, fever, and headache.
Hailed as miracle drugs, antibiotics cured thousands of bacterial infections, from acne to strep throat to ear infections.
Before the arrival of antibiotics, a diagnosis of strep throat or scarlet fever (strep throat with a rash, also known as scarletina) had ominous implications--and even today, Str.