What happens when staph enters your bloodstream?


my sister in directive and my brother were hit by a car.. she be in the hospital for awhile.. now they've have to take most of her lung b/c it was put away up staph.. and it's in her blood.. what does this mean?

Answer:    That is disconsolate. Your Sister-in-law has a form of MRSA that carries a cytotoxin.

Panton-Valentine leukocidin (PVL) is a cytotoxin that cause leukocyte destruction and tissue necrosis. It is produced by fewer than 5% of Staphylococcus aureus strains.

Staphylococcus aureus USA300.
USA300, is a methicillin resistant strain of Staphylococcus aureus - MRSA. It has be implicated in epidemiologically unassociated outbreaks of skin and soft tissue infections among healthy individuals within at least 24 U.S. states, Canada and Europe. USA300 is also noted for its strong association with unusually invasive pathogenic diseases, which include; severe septicemia, necrotizing pneumonia and necrotizing fasciitis.

Necrotizing Fasciitis.

This disease is one of the quickest-spreading infections set to man, as it spreads easily and rapidly across the fascial plane inside the subcutaneous tissue. For this reason, it is popularly called the “flesh-eating bug,” and although once reasonably rare, but now on the increase, it become well-known to the general public surrounded by the 1990's. Even with todays modern medicines, the prognosis can be bleak, beside a mortality rate of approximately 25-35% with severe disfigurement common within survivors.

The 'flesh-eating bug' is not actually eating the flesh. This type of MRSA carry a toxin which actually emits a poison that destroys the cell. It has the appearance of 'eating flesh.'

The only agency to eradicate this particular strain is by cutting out the artificial tissue.

The only thing that might aid, is taking an antimicrobial solution with any prescribed antibiotics. The antimicrobial will destroy resistance to the antibiotics, relief rebuild the antibiotic damage done to the immune system and allow any resistant strain to very soon become susceptible.

Test Data: http://www.mrsamedical.com/newsilversolu...

It will also place silver nano-particulates in the bloodstream which will certainly eat up or eradicate pathogens that cause bacteraemia and septicaemia. Bacteraemia is blood poisoning and once your count reaches 12 microbes per millilitre of blood, there is no hope of recovery.

More nearly PVL and USA300 infections:
http://www.mrsamedical.com/mrsaandpvlinf...

Hope that helps....
Antibiotic resistant staph is a major problem for hospitalized patients. It's recurrently acquired from the hospital environment. Generally referred to as MRSA, or methcillin resistant staph aureus.

When the staph organism overwhelms our natural immune system, and resist antibiotics, it sorta turns the body into one huge boil. The toxins released by the microbes cause most of the problems as tissue is destroyed and organ systems fail. This contained by turn reduces the bodies' defenses. About the same as person poisoned and becomes a vicious circle..
If a culture of her blood has staph, consequently she needs to be treated with the antibiotic(s) that will snuff the staph bacteria she has contained by her circulation. Major staph infections can do permanent damage to different parts of the body, and sometimes are lethal. Most people survive.

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