MRSA Staph
(a.k.a. Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus )

MRSA History


MRSA Diagnosis

MRSA Treatment

MRSA Prevention

MRSA Photos

MRSA Links

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Hospital MRSA Rates

What is MRSA ?


MRSA is the abbreviation for 
Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus. 

What is the most common presentation of a patient with MRSA? 

"I got bit by a spider" 

Patients with MRSA often present with painful boils, infected wounds, or what they presume to be a spider bite.  Sometimes MRSA presents like a large painful pimple, that when a patient attempts to pop, minimal pus comes out. This action then causes the MRSA bacteria in the wound or boil to be infiltrated into the surrounding tissue, assisting it in becoming an abscess.  

If you think you have MRSA, you must see a licensed medical provider immediately. 

MRSA, or more specifically, CA-MRSA, (Community Acquired MRSA).  This differs from hospital acquired MRSA, though both strains are found in the community. 


MRSA Photos

What does MRSA look like ?


MRSA Treatment

Medications to Treat MRSA

How do you prevent MRSA ?

How do you catch MRSA ?

Who can treat MRSA ?  Physicians, Physicians Assistant, and Nurse Practitioners .

* If you suspect you might have MRSA, immediate attention or evaluation by a licenses health care professional is recommended. This site is not intended to diagnose or treat MRSA, and is strictly a informational site. We are not liable for outcomes of infections from people that fail to seek out the appropriate medication attention and treatment. MRSA Photos

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