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Skin Infections

How many times have you heard your parent tell you to put medicine on a cut when it occurs? This advise and seeing your health care provider early can save you a lot of pain and suffering. 

Two common infections of the skin are erysipelas and cellulitis. They occur that as a result of bacteria entering the body via breaks in the skin. Both erysipelas and cellulitis are warm to the touch, red, and often swollen. Erysipelas can be thought of as a superficial skin infection while cellulitis involves the deeper dermis. Dr. Gude will present a case presentation on these skin contagions

The times for this online discussion is from 8am-9am Pacific Standard Time on Wednesday, February 10, 2016. 
Please review the times for your international location.

International Times for this ONLINE Conference
San Francisco- at 8:00 AM PST 
New York- at 11:00 AM EST 
Port-au-Prince (Haiti)- at 11:00AM 
Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)- at 12:00pmBRT 
London (UK)- at 4:00 PM BST 
Lagos (Nigeria)- at 4:00 PM WAT 
Nairobi (Kenya)- at 6:00PM EAT
Kampala(Uganda)- at 6:00pm EAT 
Kathmandu (Nepal)- at 8:45 PM NPT
Sofia (Bulgaria at 6:00:00 PM EEST UTC+3 hours 
Moscow (Russia) at 6:00:00 PM MSK UTC+3 hours

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