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MRSA is methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, a potentially dangerous type of staph bacteria that is resistant to certain antibiotics and may cause skin and other infections.What is the prognosis for MRSA?
Mild skin infections and even some moderate infections (boils, small abscess) can have an excellent prognosis if treated early and effectively. Other more serious or extensive MRSA infections have a range of prognoses (outcomes) from good to poor. MRSA pneumonia and sepsis (blood poisoning) have high death rates.What do you need to know about MRSA?
5 Facts About MRSA You Need to Know MRSA is a drug-resistant form of a very common bacteria (one you are likely to have on your own skin.) MRSA stands for Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus S. ... The drugs MRSA is resistant to are the most commonly used antibiotics. ... There are over 80,000 cases of invasive MRSA each year, leading to over 11,200 deaths. ... More items...How long does it take for MRSA to go away?
Normally it takes around 10 days to get complete recovery from MRSA infection. However, the time varies from person to person and depends upon a variety of factors. How Long Does It Take For MRSA To Go Away? The duration and recovery from the infection of MRSA may vary from person to person.