MRSA Super-bug Complications; What Are the Most Commonly Affected Body Areas

MRSA Complications And Most Common Affected Body Areas

MRSA Boils

In most cases following areas of organic structure are affected:

a) Bloodstream (bacteremia or septicemia)
Blood poisoning (bacteremia) or septicemia from MRSA. The staph bacteria embed itself in the blood cells resulting in abscesses that break apart the blood cell walls. This gets the blood incapable to carry the much-needed oxygen to the organs and the abscesses could not be fixed by the liver.

b) Lungs (pneumonia)
Strain of MRSA enters the bloodstream and embed itself in the soft tissues of the lungs. In this case, MRSA breeds causing infection and abscess build up in the lung, resulting in pneumonia. In some cases that antibiotics do not affect the MRSA, there is possibility that the lungs fail with fatal consequences for patient.

c) Bone (osteomyelitis)
In this particular case, the MRSA bacteria infect the bone cells causing it to become brittle. In some severe cases, the blood cell functioning of the femur by the infection of the bone tissue causes greater troubles for the organic structure of patient

d) Soft Tissue (cellulitis)
Cellulitis infection of dermis and subcutaneous tissues from MRSA makes the cell walls brittle due to the infection brought about by MRSA. This causes wide cellular failure leading to organ failure, as cells are incapable to function properly.

Human Heart

e) Inner Lining Of The Heart (endocarditis)
In this case MRSA is carried to the thin sac covering the heart causing infection and inflammation. This interferes with the proper functioning of the heart increasing the susceptibility to cardiac arrest.

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3 Responses to MRSA Super-bug Complications; What Are the Most Commonly Affected Body Areas

  1. Julianne Maroun says:

    I was wondering if I could use the MRSA picture in a PowerPoint presentation I am giving. I am a Nursing student at the University of Rhode Island. Please get back to me, thank you!

    • CareMan says:

      You are most welcome to use any picture on the blog, thanks for asking!

  2. Pingback: Citations « MRSA

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