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Skin Infections Management in Developing Countries


Skin infections represent a significant public health challenge in developing countries, characterized by a high prevalence, morbidity, and mortality. This chapter provides a comprehensive overview of the prevalence, clinical burden, and management of skin infections in these regions. It discusses the achievements and challenges in disease management, highlighting the role of healthcare infrastructure, access to medications, health education, and technological innovations such as telemedicine. The chapter presents a range of recommendations, including strengthening healthcare systems, promoting early detection and treatment, and fostering research collaborations. It emphasizes the need for a holistic and context-specific approach to address this critical public health issue.

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