Staphylococcal infection

What is Staphylococcal infection?

It is the infection of the skin by gram positive bacteria. It usually causes pus formation and it can occur anywhere in the body.The infection is more prone in diabetic patients. The treatment is usually incision and drainage with antibiotics.

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Hello I have a question I have a bump under my underarm and its red and hurts really bad its not like golf ball sized big but like quarter size...

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it is best if you consult with a doctor, preferably a general surgeon, for medical and physical examination. based from your description, it...

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i have been diagnosed with H.S. and it cause me to have a staff infection about a year ago my doctors in dayton told me that my immune system has...

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hi sir, welcome to HCM, i understand ur problem, tobacco and alcohol also reduce immunity, u have to stop that if u have that habit, take protein...

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My wife was seen by her doctor for a what was referred as a staff infection in her nose. She was given an RX Cream to place on the inside of her...

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The growth here refers to the growth of organisms on the culture plate fro the crusts in her nose and most common of this will be a...

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