Vesiculopustulosis in the childVesiculopustulosis is an inflammatory disease that is caused by various pathogens - streptococci, staphylococci, E. coli, pneumococci. Vesiculopustulosis is a type of staphyloderm and develops in infants.

Causes of Vesiculopustulosis

This disease is very common and affects mostly children in the first days of their life. The development of vesiculopustule can be facilitated by concurrent diseases. It can make the immunity of the child weak and in this case, the body easily lends itself to vesiculopustule. When vesiculopustule occurs, the effusive glands of the glands are damaged, and the child has a lot of them. The most common pathogens of this disease are staphylococci, but in some cases, fungal pathogens, klebsiellae and streptococci can cause vesoculustustole.

Children who are on natural feeding are much less likely to get sick than children who are on artificial feeding. Vesiculopustulosis can occur with improper care of the baby. Vesiculopustulosis can be the next stage of sweating, if it is not cured in time.

Symptoms of vesiculopustulosis

At the initial stage of the onset of the disease, a rash begins to appear on the skin. It is small in size and in the form of bubbles. Vesicles can appear on any part of the body, but most often they have their manifestation in the armpits, on the back of the head, and also in large folds of the skin. At the very beginning, the liquid in the bubbles is transparent, but after a while it becomes turbid. Thus, there is an abscess or pustule. After a couple of days the pustule dries up and a crust forms in its place.

If the autopsy of the pustule did not occur on its own, erosion is formed, it also becomes crusted after a while. After the crusts fall off, there is no pigmentation of the skin. The skin that is around the bubbles can be slightly hyperemic, or it may not change at all. If the disease has no complications, then the general condition of the child is normal. The body temperature does not increase. The disease lasts for about two weeks. If you do not start treatment in time, then this disease can go to phlegmon, pseudofurunculosis, and also serve as a source of infection in the occurrence of purulent otitis media, sepsis, osteomyelitis.


Диагностика везикулопустулеза основана на проявлении клинических симптомов. Диагноз ставиться на основе визуального осмотра специалиста, а так же при правильно собранном анамнезе. Treatment данного заболевания стоить начинать как можно быстрее. Лечат ребенка в зависимости от степени тяжести и от распространенности процесса. Новорожденных детей изолируют в отделение патологии для новорожденных. Во время лечения следует строго соблюдать все гигиенические нормы. Проводиться местное лечение — эроции и везикулы смазывают растворами противовоспалительных и противомикробных средств (метиленовый синий, бриллиантовый зеленый и другие).

treatment of vesiculopustules in childrenAffected areas of the skin are treated with ultraviolet radiation. If necessary, then use general antibacterial and stimulant therapy. The child can be bathed in a solution of antiseptic (solution should be weak). After the bathing procedure, the skin is gently soaked and smeared with baby cream. Places where purulent eruptions were formed, treated with an antiseptic, sometimes applied antibacterial ointments. Children's underwear should be washed as often as possible, while using natural baby powder. Clothes should be ironed.

Prevention of vesiculostusthesis

Prevention of vesiculostusthesis не сложная. Нужно соблюдать все гигиенические нормы по уходу за ребенком. Обязательно следить за тем, чтобы не возникала потница, а в том случае, если это уже произошло, то вовремя обратиться к врачу и начать лечение, потому что потница имеет свойство деформироваться в везикулопустулез. Регулярно нужно осматривать все складки на теле малыша. Так же ребенку нужно регулярно делать непродолжительные воздушные ванны. От повышенного потоотделения хорошо помогает масло облепихи. Если на коже у ребенка появилось покраснение, то можно смазывать это место облепиховым маслом (если у малыша нет на него аллергической реакции).