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Dave Roberts
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There is a risk but that is what it is - a risk. The reason is that mrsa often colonizes the nose and could be dispersed to the area area around the mouth and lips and contaminate them with MRSA. Sharing many thangs with an MRSA carrier can be a risk for being a carrier. Not all carriers have live infections. Dave MRSA Today
Toggle Commented Jan 26, 2017 on How does MRSA Infection Spread at MRSA Today
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Toggle Commented Jun 24, 2014 on MRSA Disease at MRSA Today
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The MRSA infection may not have been caught in hospital. We often have MRSA on our skin for a short while or resident in our noses with no ill effect. Antibiotics should clear the active infection in the short term. The babymay also lose the infection after treatment as they grow and the the bacteria they have chahges. You need to keep a watchful eye on any cuts or grazes the new mum or baby has in the coming months to ensure that they do not becaome infected. Dave MRSA Today
Toggle Commented Mar 5, 2014 on What is Mercer Infection? at MRSA Today
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Dear Susan I am sorry that you have to go through all of this. You do not have to tell people about your condition in the everyday things of life. You are not carrying the condition on a part of your body that makes you highly infective. If you wash your hands after every toilet visit and before meals you will be very low risk as a spreader. You can seek eradication via two methods. Hibiclessns baths can help eradicate bacteria on the skin and there is nasal cream for the nose. Some doctors are loath to prescribe this as people may be reinfected from the same source or a new one and not from their current wound. Many skin infections with a staph component do clear up with little or no treatment which is why health care providers are low key. You however are clearly not one of those cases Dave
Toggle Commented Nov 28, 2013 on How does MRSA Infection Spread at MRSA Today
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Yes but ..... many people carry staph and/or MRSA so there will be other places and times where the child could be exposed. Good hand hygiene often helps everyone as this is often the way that it is transferred. Even if it is there is only a risk of infection - not everyone who carries it gets an infection. Dave MRSA Today
Toggle Commented Jun 25, 2013 on Can you die from MRSA? at MRSA Today
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Understanding your MRSA Rash. As MRSA often lives on the skin or in the nose it can be carried for some time before it finds an area of vulnerability to infect. Any activity that breaks or bruises the skin can therefore be an entry point for infection Continue reading
Posted Oct 24, 2012 at MRSA Today
What is mirsa infection? What is the best mirsa treatment? Mirsa is the name that some use for the MRSA bacteria. This causes skin infections for many and bloodstream infections for some hospital patients. Continue reading
Posted Oct 24, 2012 at MRSA Today
What is marsa infection? What is the best marsa treatment? Marsa is the name often used for the MRSA bacteria that causes skin infections for some and can in turn cause bloodstream infections for hospital patients. Continue reading
Posted Oct 24, 2012 at MRSA Today
There are many different strains of MRSA. It would be good if they could tell you which strain is circulating in your family so that you can ensure that you are getting the right medication. When chronic MRSA happens there is often a possibility that you can get a nasal cream to help decolonise family members and break the cycle of infection. It should be noted however that some doctors hold back from this because of concerns that this breeds resistance - it does - and that many people are prone to getting a completely new infection in the community anyway. It is worth asking whether you have a family pet who could be a source of MRSA for the rest of the family. Hope that gives some insight Dave Roberts MRSA Infection
Toggle Commented Jul 26, 2012 on How does MRSA Infection Spread at MRSA Today
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Deaths from MRSA mainly occur among over 65s who have bloodstream infections. They are rare among children with skin infection. Have they discussed with a doctor what the cause of reinfection might be Dave MRSA Today
Toggle Commented Jul 12, 2012 on Is MRSA different from MERSA? at MRSA Today
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As a Christian in this context, it means thinking carefully about discipling cultures through media. It means taking an active approach to understanding the unique use cases in Africa and it means finding ways of making African media stand out in Africa. That’s the challenge that we’re tackling here at... Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 29, 2012 at Digital Mission
Much mission thinking at the moment is concerned with the impact of church on a neighbourhood. As people create community bonds via the Internet a mission strategy that ignores this will miss out on a key area where we can be 'present' in the life of communities. Here are some... Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 28, 2012 at Digital Mission
The vast majority of the world, especially in low income and rural areas, is still living the mobile revolution through the constraints of voice, SMS and asynchronous connection. These connectivity constraints fuel tremendous creativity. For many communities, simple voice and text connections have brought about revolutions in access to financial,... Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 28, 2012 at Digital Mission
U.S. consumers with an e-reader or tablet are more likely to read and buy books than those without an e-book compatible tech device, a new infographic suggests. An infographic released by Infographic Labs cites a Pew study finding that those who read paper books average 15 books each year, while... Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 26, 2012 at Digital Mission
Today, 85% of the world’s population has access to a mobile phone with voice and text capabilities. Five years from now, in 2017, the same amount of the global community will have access to high-speed 3G Internet through mobile phones, finds a new report from Ericsson. By 2017, there will... Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 25, 2012 at Digital Mission
Using mobile phones to report malaria outbreaks in Africa has been stunningly effective — reducing the government response time to an outbreak from four weeks to three minutes, according to a new report. HP, along with partners Positive Innovation for the Next Generation (PING) and Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI),... Continue reading
Posted Jun 22, 2012 at Digital Mission
Will you be any worse off the moment humans cease to speak in Aragonese? How about Navajo or Ojibwa? Or Koro, a language only just discovered in a tiny corner of northeast India? No, you probably wouldn’t, not in that moment. But humanity would be. Science, art and culture would... Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 21, 2012 at Digital Mission
In theory yes, In reality probably no. It is most often transferred via skin/hand contact. Wash you hands thoroughly after cleaning the room and the risk will be very low Dave mrsawatch
Toggle Commented Jun 18, 2012 on Is MRSA Infection Contagious? at MRSA Today
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It is not a genital std, but the bacteria can be transmitted from skin to skin during intimacy. It often hides in the genital area making transfer more likely. Dave mrsa today
Toggle Commented May 14, 2012 on How to Prevent MRSA at MRSA Today
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It does and it is very tragic when it is so fast. Testing protocols are vital if lives are to saved Dave MRSA Today
Toggle Commented Apr 13, 2012 on Is there an MRSA incubation period? at MRSA Today
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Can you check the name of that infection. we do not recognise it Dave mrsa today
Toggle Commented Apr 12, 2012 on Can you die from MRSA? at MRSA Today
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In theory - yes. MRSA often lives in the nasal passage or around the groin and intimacy can cause transference. Simply having it on your skin puts you at risk for an infection but does not mean you will get one. It often is dormant until it finds a cut or graze to infect Dave MRSA Today
Toggle Commented Apr 9, 2012 on Is MRSA Infection Contagious? at MRSA Today
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The test should show what strain of staph you have - different strains need different drugs. They should have prescribed drugs in the light of that that were active against that strain. You might want to check
Toggle Commented Apr 9, 2012 on MRSA Infection at MRSA Today
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1 in 3 people working there will have the SA part of MRSA. It can also cause severe illness but is easier to treat with a wider variety of drugs. Good hand hygiene is vital in a restaurant and will also prevent cross infection of diners with MRSA Dave MRSA Today
Toggle Commented Apr 9, 2012 on What is MRSA Virus? at MRSA Today
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