What is MRSA?
MRSA is the abbreviation for Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus Aureus. MRSA describes itself as a strain of bacteria that are resistant towards several of the antibiotics including methicillin required to cure Staphylococcus aureus. Staphylococcus aureus is also known as staph infection is a kind of disease that is caused by a certain group of bacteria residing on the human nose and skin. These bacteria are usually harmless but gets active when an individual gets an exposure to certain skin disease or injuries. MRSA is a kind of bacteria who restrains their disruption and maintaining their sustainability on the affected areas.
Concerns about MRSA
Staphylococcus aureus bacteria raise concern when they enter the human body through some wounds or cuts. People usually have a healthy immunity and hence they have the capability to fight against Staphylococcus aureus bacteria that may cause some mild symptoms. But people who have the weakened immunity system remain susceptible and prone to this infection. The people who are highly prone to this infection include who have undergone some serious surgeries or are already under treatment due to certain illness. People with lower immunity power hence needs to depend on the varied antibiotics prescribed by the experts. The MRSA kind remains resistant to the antibiotics which always raise a concern among the people and doctors.
Results of the Staph infection
There are varied outcomes when a person with weakened immunity system gets affected with the Staphylococcus aureus bacteria. The extreme kinds when are not treated under expert supervision at times may let a person to death. Some of the other resultants of this infection are:
- Septic wounds
- Syndromes of toxic shocks
- Problems related to heart-valve
Antibiotics for MRSA
MRSA have the reputation to be resistant to several antibiotics that are available in the market and are widely prescribed by the doctors yet the other kinds of antibiotics works in its active removal. Some of the effective antibiotics include Vancomycin and Bactrim. Other than this the market has other availabilities like:
Treatment of MRSA
MRSA as resistant to several of the antibiotics have led to the advent of certain drugs that can remove its adverse effects. The treatments for the MRSA type are advised to be guided under the expert supervision of the doctors. The antibiotics are usually given in the form of injections or intravenous drips that can only be given at the recognised hospitals. The healthy people with strong immunity system when are diagnosed with MRSA type of infection and prescribed the antibiotic cream-mupirocin. The reguar application on the affected area deliberately reduces the symptoms and prevents the bacteria to enter into the body through exposed injures or wounds.