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Richard H. Sinert, DO


August 05, 2015

Friction blisters create localized discomfort and should be appropriately treated. Secondary impetigo may become a serious complication, resulting in cellulitis and sepsis. Proper wound care includes sterile drainage and suitable dressings. If impetigo develops, appropriate systemic antibiotic therapy should be initiated.

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