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Can cipro treat mrsa

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Dr.  Shoaib Khan MD

How to treat a severe case of Mersa? My daughter (age 50) is in ICU with a severe case of Mersa as well as double phnemonia (spelling ?). They have tried several antibiotics with no results. They have ... View answer

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Dr. Sumit Bhatti MD

healthy and I get MRSA infection by bacteria – and I go to doctor early as possible and treat infection ... there are two kinds of MRSA 1. CA-MRSA - community-associated (CA-) MRSA They... View answer

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Dr. Michelle Gibson James MD

what is M.R.S.A and how contages is it? also howe do you treat that ? ... View answer

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Dr.   Tushar Kanti Biswas MD

I am trying to find a infectious disease doctor who can treat MRSA. I had a seroma hernia that exploded on XXXXXXX 10, 2016. I had surgery but the MRSA will not respond to infusion treatments. I have ... View answer

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Dr.  Shoaib Khan MD

Hello Please sorry that I disturbed you again – you will remember person with MRSA question – I was over reading you answers! And I have one short question ! As you said about CA MRSA urine track ... View answer

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Dr.   Ashakiran S MD

Hi, 96 year old male, recurrent UTIs, with MRSA. Urologist took him off Cipro (which his GP had ... macrobid treat MRSA successfully?? Thanks, Scott R. ... View answer

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Dr. Puvvula Kishore Kumar MD

misdiagnosed iT . Now that I know I have MRSA and am taking CIPRO 500mg twice a day, and BACTRIM 800mg twice ...I m feeling so angry and frustrated. I have finally been diagnosed w/ MRSA ... at the... View answer

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Dr. Arun MD

I am a mrsa carrier. contracted at VA Hospital. Drs at hospital indicated I am a carrier from the VA where I contracted this crap. It s been almost three months and I m still fighting this crap ... View answer

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Dr. Prabhakaran MD

My husband has recurring MRSA. It currently is an open wound with raw flesh protruding from the opening. There is no fluid. The doctor tried to drain it on Monday. Oral, IV and ointment antibiotics have ... View answer

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Dr.  Michelle Gibson James MD

H dr. Just recently we got MRSA -aureus outbreak and our family GP prescribed me some really strong ... nose swab and results says MRSA non isolated which simply means I totally got rid of them right ... View answer

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Dr.   Luchuo Engelbert Bain MD

Hi and thanks for the query, The very first thing to do is getting it well treated in case you have ever had it. Sensitivity tests and antibiograms are very useful. Avoid any identifiable source and its important to...

Dr. Kaushal Bhavsar MD

Less likely due to MRSA. And chalazion is more likely. Please hit thanks.

Dr. Albana Sejdini MD

Hi my dear, It is very dangerous to let MRSA untreated. Your life is precious and you are too young to get so much pain when you have chances to get treated! All the best! Dr.Alba