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Having pain in side of the body. Diagnosed kidney infection. Has MRSA. Suggest?

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my brother is in the vet hospital in va.,. he went in for pains in the side they said it was kidney infection and now he has mrsa. they said if he goes home that he would die. should he go to another hospital for second opion

Posted Sun, 20 Oct 2013 in Kidney Conditions
Answered by Dr. Anantharamakrishnan 2 hours later
Brief Answer:
No transfer / No second opinion /

Detailed Answer:
Hi friend,
Welcome to Health Care Magic

It may not be safe to transport…

A second opinion is not necessary here – it is a laboratory diagnosis (Bacteria cultured) and chance of error is nearly non-existent.

MRSA itself is difficult to treat.
So is kidney infection…
Septicemia and shock (Falling BP and multi-organ failure) are threats…
Especially so in Diabetic…

He needs to stay in a Multi-specialty Tertiary Care Hospital
Patience and perseverance are the need…
Outcome is generally favorable…

Take care     
Wishing all well
God bless
Good luck
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