News Alert: MRSA Killed At Gym
MRSA stands for methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. May present at a pimple or even resemble a spider bite. MRSA is contagious and can spread fast once infected. Area will grow in pain, redness, and infection quickly…as in hours and days.
MRSA can be treated by a provider with antibiotics.
Killing MRSA at the gym is very easy. Soap and water. Wipe down mats before and after. If you have MRSA, do not use the mats and complete your course of antibiotics. Follow up with your provider for clearance of the infection.
Hygiene care and cleaning equipment will kill MRSA.
Author: Lisa Goins PhD, APRN, FNP-BC, RMT is the CEO of Couture Health Care, www.couturehealthcare.org Dr. Goins' Couture Health Care articles covers health, spiritual, holistic news, reviews for nurses and the public. Dr. Goins' book is called "Do You Know Lisa? 2014 Collection of Health Questions, Answers, and Tips" available on Amazon.com and new book "CEO Business Objectives: Health, Wealth, and Success" will be published on 4/2015. Couture Health Care provides house call Nurse Practitioner visits in Southern Ohio
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