MRSA Staph Infection: Symptoms, Complications, Diagnosis and Treatment

MRSA Staph Infection: Symptoms, Complications, Diagnosis and Treatment

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MRSA is an infection. It is an infection
that resists antibiotic treatments. Because of this, it is called
“superbug”. This kind of infection affects different parts of the body.
This condition is stubborn. It can be very tricky. Its resistance to
antibiotics makes it hard to treat. The good thing is that the infection
brings to other parts of the body is not that serious. The symptoms of
MRSA infection depend on what body part is infected. Skin is the most
common part it infects. The infections may not be serious. But, it must
be treated at once. If not treated, a simple infection will lead to
serious matters.  The untreated complications may lead to
life-threatening matters.

Symptoms of MRSA Staph Infection

As mentioned, the symptoms of MRSA staph infection depend on the body part it infects.
Skin infection– This is possible to happen. It is because the infection lives on top of the skin.
This kind of infection is caused by bacteria.  The bacteria get to the
deeper layers of the skin. A patient with this kind of skin infection
will feel irritable. That is because the skin tends to be hot. The skin
is painful. Redness may appear. Swelling is likely to happen. This
infects the soft parts of the skin. This includes the skin’s fats. It
also infects the skin’s tissues.
If the patient has boils, the skin will look like red and bumpy. It
looks like insect bites when looked up-close. This is a kind of MRSA
staph infection. This happens when bacteria get into the skin. It can go
inside the hair follicles. It can enter through skin cuts. Bacteria may
also enter through open wounds. A fluid may also develop inside the
bump on the skin. The fluid is called puss. This can be irritating. This
can be painful, too.
Other Symptoms
There are also some serious symptoms related to MRSA. A doctor must be
consulted if these symptoms appear. Be very vigilant in checking for
symptoms. Do not take for granted the signs of MRSA staph infection. It
is necessary to watch out for these symptoms. It prevents
life-threatening complications. Symptoms to watch out for include
dizziness and fever. Also, there is muscle pain. There could be joint
pain or bone pain. There is shortness of breath. There could be muscle
swelling. The skin will be red. There are coughs, colds, flu, and body
chills. These are the signs of MRSA staph infection.

Complications of MRSA Staph Infection

symptoms may appear simple. The signs may not be alarming. But do not
leave it untreated. If left untreated, the symptoms might lead to the a
more serious matter. These are the complications that might happen:
  • Blood Poison (sepsis)
  • Heart-lining Infection (Endocarditis)
  • Bone Infection
  • Urinary Tract Infection or UTI
  • Joint Inflammation
  • Muscle Inflammation
  • Lung Problems such as Pneumonia

Treatment for  MSRA Staph Infection

MRSA staph infection depends on many factors. For one, the treatment
depends on the part of the infection. The MSRA may infect different body
parts. For example, it can infect the skin. If the skin is infected,
that part of the body has to be treated. These are the following factors
when treating MRSA staph infection:
  • The type of infection the patient has
  • The body part that is infected
  • The seriousness of the symptoms
This treatment can be done to patient with MRSA staph infection. It is
the removal of the bacteria from the body. If the patient is screened
with MRSA staph infection, this procedure may be part of the treatment.
Antibacterial Body Wash
This will remove the bacteria. This will treat the infection. It will
wash the surface of the skin. Skin is prone to MRSA staph infection.
Antibacterial Cream
This product is used to treat the infections in sensitive parts of the
body. An example of this body part is the inside of the nose. I
Antibacterial Shampoo– The scalp may also be infected with MRSA. This product is used to treat the scalp.
Antibiotic Tablets– Cellulite is a bacterial infection. Antibiotic medications are used to treat it. It must be orally taken 7-10 days.
This treatment is for skins that have boils. It requires incision and
drainage. The puss is drained in this treatment. It is drained by
piercing the tip of the bumped skin. A sterile needle is used in
piercing the skin in this method.
This can be a part of the treatment. Isolation depends on the severity
of the infection. The patient might be confined. He has to be isolated.
He must be away from other people. This prevents the spread of the

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