MRSA is droplet transmission, you can use regular dishes if they remain in patient room long enough for droplets to evaporate, otherwise disposable is recommended. Patients should never have a foley for convenience, this puts them at even higher risk for more infections. Standard PPE is to be used, if patient has large wounds contaminated then gowns and caps are recommended especially if wound irrigation and extensive dressings are necessary. It is recommended to always don PPE when entering a patients room sice you can never be quite sure what will transpire when you are in the room. Always wash hands with extensive friction for at least 30 seconds before and after patient contact or use alcohol based foam. I hope this helps, beleive it or not these guidelines are always changing.