Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), is a common bacteria. If left untreated, MRSA infections can become severe and cause sepsis, a life-threatening reaction to severe infection in the body. Other strains of MRSA can produce a toxin that is responsible for toxic shock syndrome and gastro-enteritis if ingested.


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Literature Review On Controlling The Transmission Of MRSA
Nursing Literature Reviews
Introduction: This review will therefore compare and contrasting different methods carried out by various hospitals around the world in order to regulate and control the transmission of MRSA.... Last modified: 14th Apr 2021

Factors for Infection Prevention and Control
Nursing Assignments
Introduction: INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL INTRODUCTION In this assignment I will explain what Infection prevention and control is, describe the infection prevention controls in my workplace, describe the corre... Last modified: 11th May 2020

Protecting vulnerable patients from MRSA found in supermarket pork
Nursing Questions
Introduction: Question What can nurses do to protect vulnerable patients from Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) found in supermarket pork? Answer An article in ‘i’, newspaper, recently, stated ... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

The Background And Significance Of MRSA Infection
Nursing Essays
Introduction: Infection disease acquired in hospitals have changed during the past decades, Gram-negative pathogens were predominantly responsible. However serious infections were brought under control with the di... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Silver dressings in treatment of Mrsa in wounds
Nursing Essays
Introduction: This assignment is a critical systematic review of three research articles whereby the aim is to determine whether silver dressings are actually effective in the treatment of Methicillin Resistant Sta... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Hand Washing in Disease Prevention
Nursing Essays
Introduction: Introduction The most frequent way of germ spreading is by people’s hands. Most of the times germs are harmless but sometimes they can also be reason for illnesses like flu, cold and gastroenteriti... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Preventing Healthcare Associated Infections (HAI)
Nursing Essays
Introduction: Introduction Clinical governance is important for providing safe care to patients and is essential to continuous improvement in patient safety.(vicgov) One of the key components in relation to this s... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

MRSA Resistance to Anti-biotics
Nursing Essays
Introduction: Discuss how MRSA became resistant to antibiotics and became such a prevalent organism associated with British hospitals. Explain how MRSA is treated and touch upon the wider implications for antibioti... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020