Fight Staph Infections, Inc. 
My battle with a hospital acquired MRSA infection
MRSA

MRSA (Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus) is a type of bacteria that is resistant to certain antibiotics.  It is commonly found on skin and in your nose.  An estimated 20% to 30% of the population have staph on their skin.  Infections may occur when staph penetrates your skin by a cut or surgery.  Most infections can be treated with antibiotics.   If you would like to learn more, please email us for one of my brochures at fightstaph@charter.net or call at (864) 431-1411.  I will be more than glad to talk to you about the mistakes I made with my surgery.  Please read the following articles about staph infections. 

 

 10 Tips to Prevent MRSA Infection

 

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus



MRSA Infection


What is CDC Doing About MRSA?

How To Prevent MRSA


New
Infection Control MRSA


New Apr 2009
MRSA: Experts Answer Your Questions


New
Conditions, Treatments and Pictures of MRSA



New
The biopsy report-a patient's perspective on life


New Jan 09
Understanding MRSA Symptoms

New Jan 09
Skin Problems & Treatments Health Center-Understanding MRSA Prevention

New Jun 09
Swimming May Be Route for MRSA Exposure


New Jun 09
Clinics and Doctors' Offices Spreading Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria 

 

New August 2009

Public Reporting of Healthcare Associated Infections in South Carolina

New August 2009

 Can We 'Wipe Out' MRSA?

 

 New Sept 2009

 
MRSA and School

Watch my video MRSA and my knee surgery

MRSA 'superbug' found in ocean, public beaches


New  June 2010
MRSA Death

Nov 2009

What Is MRSA?


June 2010   New
MRSA Staph Infections in Kids Surge




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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