Different types and infection of Impetigo
Bullous impetigo is a more unusual variant of impetigo. Here it is blistering of the skin. This variant is especially common in young children. Blisters caused by a toxin, which creates a gap in the skin. Patients with Bullous impetigo can also develop fever, diarrhea and lethargy feeling.
Impetigo spreads easily from person to person. It is also possible to become infected from toys, towels and objects in the home or in kindergarten. Children infected easily by direct contact with other children who have impetigo. Adults infected usually through contact with children who have Impetigo. High temperature, humidity and cuts / abrasions increase the risk of infection.