Category: Microbiology

Disclaimer: this is not a prescription. Using medicines without the guidance of a licensed provider  can be lethal

This is not a prescription for any specific patient.

Staphylococcus Aureus is the leading cause of community and hospital-acquired bacteremia. Treatment failure is common in S. Aureus patients, especially in MRSA infected patient. Treatment failure means:

  •  Death within 30 days following treatment. Or,
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Staphylococcus Tests

Disclaimer: this is not a prescription. Using medicines without the guidance of a licensed provider can be lethal.

Remember to read their difference from the Streptococci as well,

Staphylococci are abundantly present in the hospitals and also in the nasopharynx  and skin of 50% of the population.
1. Gram Staining:

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Disclaimer: the treatment offered here is for medical professional’s note and not a prescription for a specific patient. Don’t take medicines without a doctor’s prescription. Incorrect medication can cause severe health issues and even death.

Remember that S. Pneumonia is a single species while S. Viridans is a large group of species.

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