Asked by Foxylady
How Fast Can Mrsa Spread If Found In The Bone Causing Death? My Brother Was Diagnosed With Mrsa In His Nose Which Had Spread To The Bone. He Died Quickly
It was not HA-mrsa, doctors told him he had mrsa in the nose and it had spread to his bones.
I am so sorry to hear about your loss. I recommend seeing if his physician would visit with you about your brother's case. Below is information I found on community acquired MRSA. Sounds like your brother case would be more uncommon to have such serious complications. Did he have other health issues?
The vast majority of MRSA infections occurring outside of the health care setting are noninvasive. These community-acquired infections generally take the form of skin infections and are more easily treated.
In the CDC study, people with what appeared to be community-acquired invasive MRSA infections had better outcomes than those with health care acquired infections.
"Most severe infections are health care related, but that is not to trivialize community-associated infections," she says. "The vast majority of community infections are noninvasive, but our study shows that invasive MRSA disease does occur in people without established health care risk factors."