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Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is a bacteria that is resistant to many antibiotics. Staph and MRSA can cause a variety of problems ranging from are skin infections and sepsis to pneumonia to bloodstream infections.

The resources on this page are aimed at preventing MRSA infections.

MRSA in the Community

	MRSA in the Community

About MRSA in the Community
How is it spread? What are the symptoms?...

Advice for School and Daycare Officials
Choosing to clean or disinfect, sending notifications,...

Treating MRSA in Outpatient settings
Treatment, following up,...

Coaches, Athletic Directors, and Team Healthcare Providers
5 Steps, treating athletes,...

MRSA in Healthcare Settings

	MRSA in Healthcare Settings

About MRSA in Healthcare Settings
Who’s at risk? How is it spread? How common it is...

Inpatient Clinicians and Administrators
Prevention, pathogenicity, transmissibility,...

Patients and Loved Ones
Can family and friends get it? What to do when I go home?...

Health Departments
Prevention resources, tracking, outbreak toolkit,...

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