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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 MRSA MRSA Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus is a bacteria resistant to antibiotics and is usually categorized by where the infection was acquired. It is spread by skin to skin contact in the community or hospital. Sometimes when there isn't proper hand washing techniques, patients can get MRSA from healthcare providers. In the community you can get infected by using anything with the infection on open wounds or in a close contact sport such as wrestling. Common symptoms include a pimple, spider bite like bump, boil, abscesses, or any bump accompanied with fever.Treatment can be either a drainage of the bump, or prescribing strong antibiotic medication that MRSA is not resistant to, such as vancomycin intravenous. You must have a raised bumps that looks like a spider bite but accompanied with fever as well as warm to the touch, painful, full of pus, red, and swollen. Once the doctor has checked to see you have the proper symptoms they will take a swab of the area and send it to a laboratory to test for staph and MRSA. They may also collect urine, blood, or spit. If there is the correct bacteria, you have MRSA.. We actually all carry the staph throughout the surface of our skin but they do not cause any illness or infection until it actually gets in. Once you touch someone with that certain strain of staph, there is a possibility you can get it through and open wound or sore. MRSA is mostly common in people with weakened immune systems and are in hospitals, nursing homes, or other healthcare centers. The average age for community MRSA was 23 years old. Antibiotic resistant staph bacteria is on persons skin ( 2/100 people) Person touches someone else with open wound, sore, or other form of entry into the body. Bacteria affects area contaminated. The major complication is that since it is resistant to drugs it is hard to treat. It can be life threatening because it can go into your bloodstream, lungs, heart, bones, and joints. Description Description Diagnosis Diagnosis Transmission Transmission Frequency Frequency Course Course Complications Complications
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