If a kid has a diarrhea, Dr. Ketevan Vladi, Internal Medicine Physician with Baptist Health South vFlorida, advises keeping him out of the pool, because there is a risk he can continue to carry it and spread it in the pool. Dr. Valdi talks about the CDC regulations about concentration of chlorine and how the sides of the pool should be washed to prevent Pseudomonas accumulation.
Redness, swollen and painful, warm to touch and pus or other drainage are the signs and symptoms of MRSA. Dr. Ketevan Vladi, Internal Medicine Physician with Baptist Health South Florida, affirms people who are immunocompromised, have an underlining diseases (diabetes, lupus) or take immunosuppressive medications are more prone to develop a rapid spread of these infections. People who have this condition require hospitalization, IV antibiotics and more intensive treatment, she says.