Is There A Difference Between MRSA And Staff Infection?


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MRSA is a form of staff infection ..

MRSA most often appears as a skin infection, like a boil or abscess. It also might infect a surgical wound. In either case, the area would look:

Understanding MRSA:

MRSA is called a "super bug" because infections are resistant to many common antibiotics. Here's what you need to know about drug-resistant staph:

  • Swollen

  • Red

  • Painful

  • Pus filled

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