Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA): Prevention and Treatment

Symptoms Of Nasal And Skin Infections

Since the bacteria that causes MRSA can affect various areas of the body, the symptoms will vary. When the nasal mucosa is contaminated, there may be no symptoms. With staph skin infections, it is easy to mistake the resulting bump or irritation for a bug bite. The skin might appear red, inflamed, and sore. It may radiate warmth and be filled with pus. A skin infection could also produce a fever.

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