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MCB2289 Introduction to Microbiology

Module 05 Discussion

What’s Eating You?

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is one of the more prevalent nosocomial infections in health care faculties today. Any patient with a compromised immune system or open wound is susceptible to contracting MRSA from medical staff or even family members. Although MRSA is commonly connected to health care facilities, MRSA can be found anywhere.

For your initial post, discuss who you believe to be at the highest risk for MRSA outside the health care environment? Explain. Discuss the common fomites or transmission factors involved as well as the preventative measures the public can do to reduce or prevent MRSA infections.

 

For your reply post, expand on your peer's ideas by sharing examples from your own experience or readings, suggesting outside resources to support the topic, and/or asking furthering questions to dig deeper into the topic.

 

 

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Preview: Retrieved from https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/mrsa/default.htmlReply Quote Mark as ReadThread:MRSA suseptabilityPost: RE: MRSA suseptabilityAuthor: Lindsey Ratkovich Posted Date: January 29, 2019 3:42 PMStatus:PublishedHi George, I didn't even think of prisons. It is a highly populated place, even considered overcrowded in many of the state prisons, and can lead to the spread of infection fairly quickly. I would imagine the conditions are less than ideal and people who may be incarcerated ther.....
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