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Scanning electron micrograph of Group A Streptococcus bacteria on primary human neutrophil. Credit: NIAID

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A dry fracture of a Vero cell exposing the contents of a vacuole where Coxiella burnetii are busy growing. Credit: NIAID

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Activated eosinophils in the peripheral blood of a patient with idiopathic hypereosinophilic syndrome showing cytoplasmic clearing, nuclear dysplasia, and the presence of immature forms (100x magnification). Credit: NIAID

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Colorized scanning electron micrograph of a white blood cell interacting with an antibiotic resistant strain of Staphylococcus aureus bacteria. Credit: NIAID

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MRSA being ingested by a human neutrophil. Credit: NIAID

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Colorized scanning electron micrograph showing carbapenem-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae interacting with a human neutrophil.

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Colorized scanning electron micrograph showing carbapenem-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae interacting with a human neutrophil.

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Colorized scanning electron micrograph showing carbapenem-resistnt Klebsiella pneumoniae interacting with a human neutrophil.

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Bottle of diphtheria antitoxin, produced by the Hygienic Laboratory and dated May 8, 1895. Credit: National Library of Medicine, NIH

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A human neutrophil interacting with Klebsiella pneumoniae (pink), a multidrug–resistant bacterium that causes severe hospital infections. Credit: NIAID

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People with severe eczema often are placed on highly restrictive diets because of the fear that certain foods may trigger a flare-up. In addition to the nutritional deficiencies and quality-of-life issues associated with a restrictive diet, the ex...

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Many people with severe eczema have high levels of an antibody called immunoglobulin E (IgE). Patients often receive many medicines in an attempt to bring their IgE levels back to normal. In addition to the usual corticosteroids prescribed for ecz...

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Although eczema is a common condition, severe forms of the disease can significantly affect health and quality of life. One common problem is the inability to sleep through the night because of extreme itching. This has detrimental effects not onl...

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Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a chronic condition that causes the skin to become extremely itchy. Persistent scratching can lead to redness, blisters that “weep” clear fluid, bleeding, and crusting of certain areas of the skin. P...

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Once the soak is finished, the patient’s skin is patted dry, leaving it a little moist. Then, topical medicine is applied to the body. A milder medicine is applied to the face. This is followed by a generous application of an unscented moisturiz...

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Needle syringe with a vaccine bottle. Credit: NIH

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This is an example of an eczema management plan provided by NIAID scientists. The color-coded sections help the caregiver identify the severity of eczema flare-ups and begin the proper treatment. This plan and in-depth training are critical elemen...

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The frequency of a few cell populations (colored circles, left) present before vaccination may be used to predict the level of antibodies (green, right) made after vaccination. Some people (red, top) respond much better to vaccination compared to ...

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One of the keys to wet wrap therapy is soaking in a lukewarm bath for approximately 15 minutes, 3 times a day. This patient is covered in wet towels to ensure that his skin remains moist. NIAID researchers have determined that long soaks are vital...

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Once the patient's skin has been treated with topical medicine and moisturizer, it is time to apply the wet wrap, which keeps the creams in contact with the skin. Here, to cover the majority of the body, the patient is dressed in his pajamas,...

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