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Does bacitracin kill mrsa

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Dr.  Chakravarthy Mazumdar MD

with MRSA and has been told its in her bloodstream. She has asked me to try and help her apply for any ... around her without fear we will get the MRSA? Is there anything I can do to get her help because I... View answer

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Dr.   Shafi Ullah Khan MD

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Dr. Harish Naik MD

(70% isopropyl) for a couple of minutes prior to wearing them. I recently found out she has had MRSA in the past. Is there any chance that I could have contracted MRSA from her? I don't have symptoms (yet ... View answer

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Dr. Roopa Hiremath MD

. She tested positive for MRSA. I was concerned that it will close with her still having the MRSA. Is there anything Homopathic I can put on this to kill the MRSA? ... View answer

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Dr. Roopa Hiremath MD

I was diagnosed with MRSA today and I babysit I was wondering if I should discontinue babysitting for awhile ... if so for how long am I contagious .. the dr ordered me two antibiotics btw ... View answer

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Dr. Moustafa AL-SAEED MD

Hi Dr, I injured my elbow 3 weeks ago on a bicycle.. then 2 weeks later I have severe pain swelling on elbow arm and hand.. The ER DR. put me on Keflex and Bacitracin. and said it was myrsa. It has been 5 ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Moustafa AL-SAEED ( Orthopaedic Surgeon)
Dr.  Payal Patel MD

hello my name is brent i have had mrsa since i was a teenager its making me sicker i how breakouts ... is killing me i hurt my hands feel like they are on fire i m trying not to give up on life im just tierd ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Payal Patel ( Infectious Diseases Specialist)
Dr. Vivek Goyal MD

I have been suffering from hemroids for a while now. Sometimes they are bairly noticable while other times they are uncomfortable and even painful. I read that some people have used bacitracin ... View answer

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Dr. Puvvula Kishore Kumar MD

Hello, I need to know if there is a cure for MRSA? ... View answer

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Dr.  Ralph Chambers MD

My Dad has MRSA on his ankle bone. It is bandaged, then wrapped with the compression stocking. His doctor says he is not contagious unless it is touched, and of course, it can t be if covered. He lives ... View answer

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Dr. Kaushal Bhavsar MD

Ciprofloxacin is not a good drug for mrsa.

Dr. Amarnath MD

As you are pregnant now clean your vagina with soap and water there won't be any need of ointment application normal bacterial flora will also get killed by using this thank if you find this useful

Dr. V R Nandakumar MD

Hi and Welcome to HCM, MRSA infection is treatable. Nothing to worry. It is resistant to some antibiotics. Take Bactrim and Vancomycin course. If you have pain due to skin boil incision and drainage can be...