We read about it almost every day in the newspaper or we hear about it on national news; dangerous pathogenic bacteria that were once easily controlled with antibiotics have adapted and evolved beyond our ability to kill them with antibiotic cocktails.
The illness that is beginning to claim so many lives is caused by the "hospital superbug" called Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus, popularly known as MRSA. Based on news stories, it appears that MRSA have migrated out of hospital settings and into the bacterial mix of the general population. If so, then we all need to begin taking more serious precautions to prevent them from affecting us.
The progression of MRSA is well-documented in a report in April from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia.
SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) too is a looming large in our midst. It is a potentially fatal illness caused by a coronavirus. It was first reported 5 years ago in Asia. The disease is most often transmitted by droplets containing the coronavirus that are sprayed into the air by an infected person's coughing. If you haven't learned to cough into your arm or a tissue instead of your hands by now, you may want to reconsider your habits.
SARS symptoms include a high fever, headache, body aches, and pneumonia. There are however some patients who exhibit central nervous system ailments that often include blurred vision.
MRSA, SARS and the Bird flu are serious infectious bacterial diseases that everyone will need to deal with. MRSA has been showing up "outside of hospitals, in clusters of athletes, prisoners, military trainees, and intravenous drug users since the early 1990's when previously it was only present in hospitals. It means we need to worry a little and watch alot.
Methicillin, oxacillin, penicillin and amoxicillin will not stop these Staph infections. Like other types of Staph infections, MRSA, occurs most frequently among persons in hospitals and healthcare facilities who have weakened immune systems. Many healthy people who have MRSA show no symptoms. So what is the CDC doing?
The Center for Disease control is conducting MRSA surveillance, prevention, and research activities and is doing what it can to collect and identify information at a National Nosocomial Infection Surveillance (NNIS) System, a system that includes 300 US hospitals that voluntarily report data on healthcare associated infections.
Most importantly, what can you do at home to prevent an outbreak of these dangerous pathogens?
First, you can wash your hands often with soap and water and teach your children to do the same. Washing frequently is our first line of defense -especially before meals.
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It does not kill the good bacteria that reside in your gut – it seems to have the ability to discriminate between harmful bacteria and friendly bacteria. So what is this New Silver Solution? Is this the silver bullet that will kill the looming dracula-like problem described above?
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