MRSA Concerns - page 2

Okay, I didn't intend to ask for medical advice with my last post, but I guess it could have been construed that way. And my children are quite healthy, actually, despite their mother's anxiety.... Read More

  1. by   Rnandsoccermom
    The most important thing to remember about MRSA is that it readily collects on flat surfaces. It is not airborne. Therefore, when giving direct patient care, wear a gown and always wear gloves. Wash your hands afterwards.

    I have three children, my husband is an RT, and I have always worked on resp/vent units. Knock on wood, no MRSA at home. You have to think about it!

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