Why Is Pneumonia Relative to MRSA Infection?

Q:
Why is pneumonia relative to MRSA infection?

A:
It is hard to cure MRSA infection because it may not respond to many common antibiotics. The infection has more chance to spread in the body and can affect many organs including lungs. So MRSA infection can trigger pneumonia.

If a person has pneumonia because of MRSA infection, he can transmit MRSA by droplets that appear when coughing.

Key word: mrsa pneumonia

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