2nd October 2019


What is a secondary infection?

A secondary infection is an infection that occurs during or after treatment for another infection. It may be caused by the first treatment or by changes in the immune system. Two examples of a secondary infection are: A vaginal yeast infection after taking antibiotics to treat an infection caused by bacteria.

What is secondary fungal infection?

Secondary bacterial and fungal infections should be treated with antiseptics, antibiotics, or antifungals, depending on the pathogens. Intertrigo is the clinical description of a cutaneous inflammatory process on opposing skin surfaces. The condition is most commonly found in the groin, axillae, and inframammary folds.
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