MRSA, the leading cause of nosocomial infections.
HA-MRSA is more dangerous as it can cause skin, bone and urinary tract infections, pneumonia, sepsis. First MRSA symptoms occur as bumps that are look like furuncles or pimples combine with headache, malaise, fatigue. But, it without treatment it can quickly turn to abscesses and then invade deep inside the body into the joints, bones, bloodstream, lungs and heart valves. Risk factors for CA-MRSA are unsanitary, crowded conditions of living preserved in prisons, military training camps, and