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Staph Superbug MRSA Infection

The MSRA Staph Superbug (methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus) is a strain of antibiotic resistant Staphylococcus bacteria (not a virus!).

They say its a highly resistant kind, actually it is resistant against any antibiotic we know today.

So to overcome the infection, the sick body has to be strong and fight.

What is MRSA Staph Superbug and hoe does it look like?

Infections with MRSA often appear in hospitals. It infects older people and people with a weak immune system, mainly wound infections after surgical operations. The symptoms are actually not different than any other wound infection.

Keep a good hygiene, it is the most effective way to prevent infections.

Cuts and wounds in the skin should be kept clean and covered.

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