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 My grandson 10 yrs. had a rash that looks like chickenpox no itch though,?
he had bad chickenpox at 4yrs. he is not feeling ill just spotty - any ideas....


 Are zombies real?
I have recently read an article on the internet about this zombie attack in ancient Egypt. they say it was caused by this solanum virus. Do you think it is true?...


 HIV, the AIDS virus?
What is the source of the AIDS virus?

If we assume that the AIDS sufferers are labled A - Z where by person Z was the last peron to contract the desease. Z off Y, Y off X, X off W etc etc ...


 I am planning to catch a cold by next Monday so I don't have to go back to work, how do I do it?
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 Hepatitis jabs?
should i work with blood and urine if i have not had my full course of hepatitis jabs???...


 Is 99.3 considered a fever in a man, age 85, 6 ft. tall, 170 pounds?

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This is my father-in-law. I am an RN....he caught his wife's cold, went to the bathroom, and passed out on the floor. My BF had to pick him up and put him in ...


 Can HIV/aids be transmitted by saliva?
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 With antibiotics...why do you have to take them over a few days, cant you take them all at once?
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 Strep throat, do I have it?
I have 3 sons, 2 of them have strep throat/scarlet fever. One was diagnosed on friday the other yesterday (sunday).
I woke up this morning with a sore throat and a runny nose. I dont have a rash ...


 Why did the doctor prescribed an antibiotic for my 9 year old's viral infection? Can antibiotics kill virus
According to Yahoo answers, antibiotics cannot kill ...


 Why is it difficult to develop a vaccine for HIV virus?
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 Is there anything that can help if you have a spider bite that itchs and makes you sore?

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seen a doctor and they gave me medican but it still ...


 I think my wife has rabbies, shes foaming at the mouth why ?
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 Can i get HIV by sharing food with my friend that have aids, and we both have ulcer in the mouth.?
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 How to detect lice??
I don't have lice, but there is a lice epidemic in my area and I want to know if anyone can give me the signs and some ideas to check and see if I have? I just don't want to catch it once ...


 Okay, I have bladder infections every few months. I don't like doctors--what should I do?
I avoid doctors like the plague (which is odd, considering I'd like to be one...), and I want a fast and simple way to take care of my bladder infections. Yes, cranberry juice--I know that one. ...


 Is it possible to get the flu from a flu shot?
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 What are the symtons of sluggish tyhroid glands?
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 Can u catch a cold by talking to sick ppl on the telaphone?
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 What happened to bird flue ?
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Jason B
A disease that may be a staph infection that starts with the letter m?
an infection that is possible staph related - can be carried by anyone - starts with the letter m - what is the name - sputum culture showed the infection.
                     





flwrgrl692001
try mononucliosis ( mono) the kissing disease


nurseknowitall
the answer that you are looking for is called MRSA. it short for methicillian resistant staph aureus. people that are debilitated or have frequent trips to the hospital or nursing home can get it. when pt are admitted to the hospital that i work in and have been in before or come from a nursing home we swab their nares for MRSA. if they are positive they are put on precautions and are given muprocin ointment to the inside of both of their nares for 5 days. after that they are test on 3 separate occasions. if they come back clean they are considered free of MRSA. it is found in sputum, and wounds. unfortunately with doctors giving antibiotics for every little sniffle it has come to this, where the bugs we are trying to kill has become more powerful and resistant to the medication that we are trying to use to destroy it. that is why when a doctor gives a prescription for an antibiotic it is necessary to take it until it is finished regardless if the patient feels better earlier. you may feel better but the infection has not been erradicated and it kind of morphs to become stronger than the antibiotic. Vancomycin is the drug of choice along with zyvox right now to destroy MRSA. hope this is not too much info.


dandandan
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MRSA- it's a type of staph inection. People get it in places they come together. Used to be mostly old-age homes. Now it's carried in football locker rooms and other places with healthier people.


?
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It could be Morgellons Disease you are thinking of. There is no known cure for this right now, but I understand there is a lot of research going on to find the cause and cure. If you mean MRSA, that is an Antibacterial resistant form of Staphylcoccus Aureus. Not a good thing. Many people have tested positive for MRSA and later found their symptoms to be that of Morgellons, a very scary, undiagnosable disease that has no known cause or cure. Morgellons Disease manifests itself in many forms that mimic other diseases. Most likely it is MRSA since there to date is not any test available to diagnose Morgellons Disease. The CDC and the NIH (National Institute of Health) in Bethesda, Maryland are both looking into Morgellons and hopefully there will be some kind of test available soon. If it is MRSA, be very aware that it is extremely contageous so keep everything CLEAN!!! If your doctor has isolated the area of infection, some natural treatments are available to kill the staph bacteria. Tea Tree Oil is very effective in killing Staph, Strep, E.Coli, Fungus, Viruses, and Candida Albicans to name just a few. Talk with your health care provider and if possible, drink 6 to 8 cups of Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree Leaves) tea, which can be found in many natural and health food stores and on the internet as well. Good Luck to you! This is a nasty condition, but the good news for you is that it most likely is not Morgellons, Morgellons leaves open lesions that don't heal, chronic fatigue, and itching and stinging sensations on the skin as well as a crawling sensation as if the person had some kind of bugs under the skin.


Jenny K
Is it mersa your looking for?


notaclue
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Menengitis or menancocous?


jessicab0414
MRSA or methicyllin resistant staph aureus is likely what you're asking about. I read in my infection control newsletter for work that there are more instances of it recently than in past years.


Angie D
MRSA


Nt
It is called MRSA... which means methacillin resistant staph aureus..... resistant to Pencillin or their derivitives....


Bimble
MRSA


silent_paws
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Probably meningitis:

Staphylococcus aureus (which is occasionally given the nickname golden staph) is a bacterium, frequently living on the skin or in the nose of a healthy person, that can cause illnesses ranging from minor skin infections (such as pimples, boils, and cellulitis) and abscesses, to life-threatening diseases such as pneumonia, meningitis, endocarditis, Toxic shock syndrome (TSS), and septicemia. Each year some 500,000 patients in American hospitals contract a staphylococcal infection. It is a spherical bacterium. It is abbreviated to S. aureus or sometimes referred to as Staph aureus in medical literature, and should not be confused with the somewhat similarly named streptococci which are also medically important.


Mr. x
nooo


stephaniech24
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morgellons disease?


?
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MRSA-Methicillin Resistant Staph A. Pronounced "Mersa". ?


Orinoco
Well if you are culturing sputum, it shouldn't be meningitis! More likely to be pneumonia.

The type of staph beginning with M - Doc8 is right

MRSA for Multi Resistant Staph Aureus

(some people call it Methicillin Resistant...)


Doc8
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MRSA?


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