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She is off the vent after being off for 2 weeks and then being put back on due to her developing a staph infection.
Some diaper rashes become so severe that they invite staph infection which can become septic.
Staph Protein A: This treatment has been known to put FeLV into remission.
Avoid using your gray water if a family member has a contagious disease like staph or hepatitis.
In 2004, Abdul contracted a staph infection reportedly from an unsanitary manicure.
Impetigo caused by the bacterium Staphylococcus aureus (also known as staph) affects children of all ages.
Bullous impetigo is usually caused by staph bacteria.
Epidemic impetigo can be caused by staph or strep bacteria and (as the name implies) is very easily passed among children.
Even when impetigo is initially caused by strep bacteria, the vesicles are frequently secondarily infected with staph bacteria.
Staphylococcal (staph) infections are communicable diseases caused by certain bacteria and generally characterized by the formation of abscesses.
Staph bacteria are usually harmless; however, when an injury or a break in the skin enables the organisms to invade the body and overcome the body's natural defenses, consequences can range from minor discomfort to death.
It is not clear exactly how many staph infections occur each year, but it is the most common infection that begins in the hospital.
Staph infections produce pus-filled pockets (abscesses) located just beneath the surface of the skin or deep within the body.
A localized staph infection is confined to a ring of dead and dying white blood cells and bacteria.
A small fraction of localized staph infections enter the bloodstream and spread through the body.
Other abscesses that can develop from staph infection include those of the brain, heart, kidneys, liver, lungs, or spleen.
About 70 to 90 percent of the population carry this type of staph in their nostrils at some time in their lives.
Staph bacteria can also contaminate bedclothes, catheters, and other objects.
The primary cause of bacterial infection in hospital patients, this strain of staph is most likely to infect cancer patients, whose immune systems have been compromised and high-risk newborns receiving intravenous supplements.
Staph bacteria can spread through the air, but infection is almost always the result of direct contact with open sores or body fluids contaminated by these organisms.
Staph bacteria often enter the body through inflamed hair follicles or oil glands.
Staph infection of the blood (staphylococcal bacteremia) develops when bacteria from a local infection infiltrate the lymph glands and bloodstream.
Staph infections affecting these areas can spread to the brain or spinal cord.
Superficial staph infections can generally be cured by keeping the area clean, using soaps that leave a germ-killing film on the skin, and applying warm, moist compresses to the affected area for 20 to 30 minutes three or four times a day.
Intravenous antibiotics are also used to treat staph infections around the eyes or on other parts of the face.
Alternative therapies for staph infection are meant to strengthen the immune system and prevent recurrences.
Among the therapies believed to be helpful for the person with a staph infection are yoga (to stimulate the immune system and promote relaxation), acupuncture (to draw heat away from the infection), and herbal remedies.
It may be taken internally to help heal staph abscesses and reduce swelling of the lymph nodes.
Most healthy people who develop staph infections recover fully within a short time.
Doctors and researchers are becoming increasingly concerned about staph infections that are resistant to antibiotics.
Resistant staph infections can usually be treated effectively with other antibiotics.
Children who are most at risk for resistant staph infections are those who have been in the hospital or have serious underlying medical conditions.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, although it is not clear how many cases of resistant staph infections occur each year, they are thought to be very rare.
Healthcare providers and patients should always wash their hands thoroughly with warm water and soap after treating a staph infection or touching an open wound or the pus it produces.
Because staph infection is easily transmitted from one member of a household to others, towels, washcloths, and bed linens used by someone with a staph infection should not be used by anyone else.
Staph infections are most likely to occur after a child has had surgery or a wound of some kind.
A good way to help prevent staph infections of wounds is to keep the wound clean and dry.
Staph organisms are found on humans and in the environment in dust, air, and sewage.
Also known popularly as a staph infection.
You can seriously injure someone or infect them with staph, hepatitis or HIV with one of these machines if you haven't been properly trained to use it, so leave it to the professionals.
Most skin infections are caused by one of two types of bacteria: Streptococcus and Staphylococcus (often called "staph").
There are many different species of staph, but the most common one in skin infections is called Staphylococcus aureus.
Usually, staph infections can be treated with a brief course of antibiotic pills.
In the past, this type of staph almost always appeared in patients who were already hospitalized.
Doctors may try to treat this resistant bacteria like an ordinary staph infection.
MRSA infections tend to look like ordinary staph infections.
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