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


MRSA and the Hospitals

I am a victim of a staph infection.   On March 2006, I had a Total Knee Replacement.  I was told everything was great.  Four days after my release, I was readmitted to the hospital.  I was told it was MRSA.  I had three more surgeries.  Now I walk with a brace and a walker.  My aim and goal in life is to inform the public about the dangers of staph infections, and to protect themselves against MRSA.  If you would like a copy of my brochure, "Preventing Staph Infections in Hospitals", please email us at

Below are links concerninng hospital acquired MRSA:

Dirty Hospitals

New Apr 2009
Los Angeles Times   Doctors, wash your hands

MRSA in Healthcare Settings

Multidrug-Resistant Organisms in Non-Hospital Healthcare Setting

Promising Method For Reducing MRSA Infections in Hospials

New Jan 09
MRSA:Patients revolt against hospital secrecy

New Jan 09
Hospitals Fight MRSA with Antibiotics Monitoring

MRSA In Hospital Intensive Care: What's Growing Where?

New Jun 09
1 in 4 Nursing Home Residents Carries MRSA

New Jun 09
Stethoscopes Infected with Deadly Bacteria

New Jun 09
Germs and Flu are up; infection control is down

New Jun 09
Cell Phones Spreading Superbugs in Hospitals

New August 2009
How our hospitals unleased a MRSA epidemic
New Sep 2009
Jersey forces hospitals to disclose medical errors

January 2010
Patient Safety: MRSA and Hospital Acquired Infections

February 2010
Deadly MRSA superbug has 50 percent ortality rate in hospital patients

February 2010
More hospitals fight MRSA with universal screening

June 2010  New
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