I had gone through the question and understand your concern.
See , Staph infections can range from minor skin problems to endocarditis
, a life-threatening infection of the inner lining of your heart (endocardium
). As a result, signs and symptoms of staph infections vary widely, depending on the location and severity of the infection.
Now when the staph infection enters blood , it causes a condition called Bacteremia
, also known as blood poisoning
. Bacteremia occurs when staph bacteria enter a person's bloodstream. A fever
and low blood pressure are signs of bacteremia. The bacteria can travel to locations deep within your body, to produce infections affecting:
1 Internal organs, such as your brain, heart or lungs
2 Bones and muscles
3 Surgically implanted devices, such as artificial joints or cardiac pacemakers
I hope this information helps.
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