2 CPD credits: Clinical Review: Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome

Accurate and timely diagnosis is essential in treating patients with SSSS to ensure appropriate therapy and exclude the possibility of more serious disease and long-term complications. By Sara Hayek and Dr Rachael Morris-Jones

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Erosive SSSS in a neonate may require more aggressive therapy (Photograph: King's College Hospital)
Erosive SSSS in a neonate may require more aggressive therapy (Photograph: King's College Hospital)

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