How do you get rid of MRSA?
Get a good orthopedist.Demand an mri so the source of the infection can be found and cultured.The infection could be surfacing from the skin by drainage,however the source could be from a different place.M.R.S.A can be colonized in the body if treatment is a success.Always keep hand sanitizer around.Even when you blow your nose.Sanitize your hands.And don't freek out about being contagous.M.R.S.A is everywhere.Countertops,doorknobs,bathrooms.etc..There is no stopping it.Most people in the world have it in there bodies.It may or may not ever surface or cause a problem in some people.M.R.S.A has been around since the 1970's that we know of.There are far more problems to worry about.
u can never get rid of mrsa. u can take meds for it but the is no cure for it. my sister has had it her hole life she is 18. my mom has it to. u can never get rid of it. From:mileybaby123 Uh excuse me babyboo12.There is a cure for MRSA!I have it stupid!Well I had it until they sent me to St.Jude and I got meds that got rid of my MRSA.
MRSA is still very rare and will not be in the air. Some studies do talk of the 'MRSA' cloud that can be around an MRSA sufferer, who is ill enough that they do not move very much. An MRSA carrier who may not be ill from the bacteria but has symptoms of respitory infection that lead them to sneeze and cough can project the the MRSA bacteria all around them.
It depends on what variables you are considering: host surfaces (skin, nose, wound) or non-host surfaces (bandages, clothing, bed linens, other common contact objects such as door knobs, light switches, commodes, tub, phones, etc.) In a host surface a person can be a carrier of MRSA (colonized) and not even be aware, therefore spreading contimination quite unwittingly. Unfortunately, a carrier can host MRSA indefinately. MRSA can live on non-host surfaces for days, weeks, months depending…
MRSA (Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus) infection can be very serious because the bacterium has the ability to adapt to most antibiotics. But, MRSA infection is treatable. After diagnosis process have finished, doctor will know what types of antibiotics are best to fight against MRSA. Answer on your question is No.
While the disease caused by MRSA may have been cured, it doesn't mean that the person doesn't carry any MRSA germs on his or her body. Many, many people are colonized with MRSA -- it lives on them without causing disease. "Cure" in the case of a MRSA-related rash or boil means that the skin problem is cured, but not that all MRSA has been eliminated from the person. A related question: how do you…