Mirsa Infection - A Guide
MRSA carrier - what you need to know

7 Types of MRSA Rash Explained

Understanding your MRSA Rash. As MRSA often lives on the skin or in the nose it can be carried for some time before it finds an area of vulnerability to infect. Any activity that breaks or bruises the skin can therefore be an entry point for infection.

The staph bacteria infect the skin and the first symptom is a general reddening of the skin. The area is often itchy and can then become filled with pus, which creates raised bumps and cysts that have the appearance of pimples. These may burst open, ooze pus and create an open red sore. MRSA rash is however a general term and the infection may well be a complication of the conditions mentioned below.

What is an MRSA Boil?
What is MRSA Cellulitis?
What is an MRSA Abscess?
MRSA and Impetigo
What is MRSA Follicultis?
What is MRSA Erythema?
What is MRSA Eczema?
MRSA Carbuncle & Furuncles


What is MRSA?
What are the symptoms of MRSA?
How is MRSA treated?

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