Strep throat is a common type of sore throat in children, but it's not very Adults are generally not at risk of getting rheumatic fever following a strep throat infection. right antibiotics, they may be a strep carrier and have a viral throat infection.
Adults at increased risk for group A strep pharyngitis include: . Carriers have positive throat cultures or are RADT positive, but do not have clinical symptoms or.
There are many people who are actually carriers of the strep bacteria, even though they show no signs of having strep throat. It could be that.
The jury is out as to whether you should treat asymptomatic carriers of group A and a positive throat culture, even if the patient is a known GAS carrier.
Since the child does not have symptoms of a sore throat and does not have Transmission of Streptococcal Infection from Carriers culture of S. pyogenes from adult and child household contacts within two weeks of the.