Category Archives: MRSA in the U.S.

MRSA – Rapid Whole-Genone Sequencing Impacts On Infection Control

Researchers have discovered that whole genome sequencing can impact infection control and patient management because of the clinical relevant data that it provides on bacterial transmission. In collaboration with Illumina researchers, scientists from … See all stories on this topic » Continue reading

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MRSA infection 2

So MRSA is one of the most infectious? diseases on the planet. Its also resistant to most treatments. If you think you have it DO NOT do what they did. Go to a hospital so you don’t spread it or DIE OF SEPTIC SHOCK blakebouknight 3 days ago 3 Continue reading

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MRSA Draining (NOT FOR THE SQUEEMISH)

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Academic hospitals see more MRSA infections

Hospital admissions for any MRSA infection went from about 21 out of every 1000 hospitalized patients in 2003 to about 42 out of every 1000 in 2008, or roughly 1 in 20 inpatients, according to a study in the August issue of Infection Control and … See all stories on this topic » FierceHealthcare Continue reading

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MRSA Skin Infections Up, Linked to Furunculosis

The incidence of community-associated methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in the United States is increasing and is associated with follicular infection, most commonly folliculitis followed by furunculosis, according to a review published … See all stories on this topic » Continue reading

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