MRSA Treatment

MRSA Treatment

Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) is a bacterial infection that is unaffected to various antibiotics. Some of these include methicillin, oxacillin, and amoxicillin. This makes it difficult to treat the disease successfully.

MRSA in Humans

This infection starts as a minor skin sore, pimple before becoming a severe, harmful and lethal disease. This disease has influenced the athletic and fitness industries for many years. It spreads from one person to another with the help of fluid like sweat or from an open wound.

The staphylococcus aureus is a bacterium which is commonly found in the nose and skin of humans. It can cause disease if given an opportunity for the bacteria to enter the body like via broken skin.

If a person who has the disease uses a fitness equipment and the second person touches. The second person can develop the disease if touched with an open wound. It can be a life-threatening disease and has resulted in the deaths of some young athletes.

If the bacteria enter the body, diseases ranging from mild to lethal might develop. Some of them includes:

·        Skin and wound infections

·        Joint infections

·        Pneumonia

·        Bacteraemia

MRSA in Dogs

In recent times, MRSA is affecting the animal world and dogs are among the most effected animals. The most common way for the disease to be transferred is via direct skin contact. Another way through which it can be transmitted is through contaminated objects.

Furthermore, dogs have the similar symptoms as humans. It can cause skin and wound infection. There is a possibility that dogs can be carriers. This means there is the probability that dogs can carry the disease in their skin or nose. They might not have a visible sign of any illness.

Safety Measures to Follow When Dog is Infected

Some precautions that should be taken are:

·        Follow all wound care instructions from your veterinarian.

·        Keep all the wounds clean and covered with a dry and clean bandage.

·        Frequently wash your hands if you are in contact with your pet. Wash your hands with soap and warm water for almost 20 seconds.

·        It is recommended to use gloves when touching items of your pets like bedding, bandages.

·        Clean washable items with hot water and laundry detergent.

Cleaning and Disinfecting Procedure

·        Remove the animal from the area along with food, water, and toys.

·        Clean up animal waste and discard with any paper used to clean urine into the trash bag.

·        For kennel floors, blend a solution of 1-ounce animal facility disinfectant to one gallon of water in a pump sprayer. It is advised to apply it to the floor, sides of the kennel and kennel door. Agitate the surface if requires and use brushes and handles made from synthetic material.

·        Allow the solution to settle for 10 minutes and before washing. Use a squeegee to remove any standing puddles.

Therefore, it is imperative for you to protect yourself and your dog. If there is any chance your dog is infected with MRSA, use the Animal Disinfectant by the ProVetLogic.

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