Balanoposthitis – a fairly common disease in women, which is characterized by the development of the inflammatory process in the head and foreskin of the penis . The disease is a kind of combination of two separate diseases – and postita balanitis . When balanitis inflames only the glans penis , and in post – foreskin . However, in most cases, both problems occur simultaneously , and so we have to talk about balanoposthitis .
Most often occurs balanoposthitis in childhood. In children, the foreskin still covers the head of the penis , which increases the likelihood of disease. Especially prone to this disease children having too narrow foreskin or phimosis – the inability to expose the glans penis .
Balanoposthitis ( as balanitis and post) develops as a result of penetration into tissue of the penis microorganisms. What kind of microbes cause disease is not always possible to install , but some of them can be a normal vaginal flora . In this case, balanoposthitis may develop due to unprotected intercourse. Among the ” provocateurs ” balanoposthitis many STDs – gonorrhea, trichomoniasis, pallidum . Also, the disease can occur on a background of candidiasis ( thrush ) . Continue reading
There are two basic kinds of surgical infection : endogenous (or internal) and exogenous (external). As you may have guessed , endogenous infection is in the body of the patient, while heteroinfection contained in the external environment : surgical instruments , clothing, doctors, room air . Both endogenous and exogenous types of infections are subject to removal. External pockets of infection destroyed by complex specific activities called aseptic . Prevention and elimination of internal infection produced antiseptic methods.
Aseptic – a set of measures aimed at preventing ingress of pathogens into the wound , tissues, organs and the body cavity of the patient for surgical procedures and diagnostic procedures . Of course, at different times of the requirements for aseptic techniques and parameters conditional sterility premises changed . At the same time still preserved two basic principles of asepsis :
1. Anything touching the wound ( medical tools ) must be sterile. Continue reading