Help Patients Understand What Really Works to Prevent Spreading MRSA

More attention will be paid to limiting the spread of methicillin-resistant Staph aureus (MRSA) infections in patients' HOMES.

We know that MRSA spreads easily between people in close contact such as in healthcare settings, gyms, schools, and other facilities.

MRSA contamination in homes can also lead to new or recurrent infections. Teach patients how to prevent spreading MRSA at home.

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