The MRSA virus is not a virus but is a highly infectious bacteria. Discover how here you catch MRSA and the best MRSA treatment. Viruses need to infect something to keep on living - they need a host. MRSA bacteria can exist on their own for months on skin and other surfaces.What are MRSA Symptoms
What is MRSA?
Is MRSA Contagious?
MRSA Skin Infection & MRSA Rash
4 MRSA Treatments
Everyday MRSA exposure
Chronic MRSA & MRSA reinfection
MRSA colonization - infected but not sick?
Are you an MRSA carrier?
MRSA Sex - The Facts
MRSA precautions you can take
MRSA Treatment - Short Guide
MRSA - The official USA guidelines
Can you die from MRSA?
Other staph infections
Find the MRSA facts
Is there an MRSA incubation period?
MRSA Virus or MRSA Bacteria?
Flu & MRSA pneumonia
What is Mersa
Many come in contact with MRSA via hospital treatment and about 1% of
the population are thought to carry it in many countries around the
world. Community Acquired MRSA is a different type of MRSA. It mainly
causes skin infections and can be treated by more drugs. It does spread
faster and can do more damage than the hospital strain to those it
infects. In some cities around the world up to 10% of people may be
carrying CA MRSA.
Catching SA or MRSA is not going to mean that in weeks you will become ill. It could be decades before you suffer as a result of being colonised. The challenge for many is that MRSA can create severe complications for those suffering from other medical conditions. It attacks the vulnerable at their times of greatest weakness.