Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus is the expansion of MRSA infection, which is caused by bacteria belonging to the group of Staphylococcus. It affects the skin of the person and the underlying tissues causing pus formation. It appears like pus, boils in the hair follicles of the skin and in the form of large abscesses with heavy discharge of pus. It can also affect eyelids causing infection known as sty and impetigo which is infection caused in skin or underlying tissue. The blisters begin as tiny red bumps with itching sensation and later on develop into infectious pus. The infection is contagious and there is every chance for the patient to spread the infection to others by sharing of towels and bath-soaps etc.
Antibiotics are considered to be the effective treatment for MRSA infection. When the individual gets painful pus on the skin or tissue, one should not delay in visiting the doctor. The course of antibiotic drugs has to be completed in full to destroy the bacterial growth. In case you discontinue the medicines, the bacteria might survive to cause further infection.
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