If you acquired MRSA infection in a hospital or medical facility in Port St. Lucie as the result of an operation, you need an experienced attorney who will work hard to get justice for you. Personal injury attorney Gloria Seidule has been fighting for her clients’ rights for over 25 years and has vast experience with MRSA cases.
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus is a highly contagious staph infection that is resistant to most antibiotics. Untreated, it may result in severe disability or death. Once an individual cont
racts MRSA, they will always be colonized, or a carrier of the bacteria. It can lie dormant in the body and be activated with subsequent procedures or trauma.
The MRSA infection originated in hospitals and began affecting the public due to doctors discharging highly contagious patients with active infections. Community Acquired MRSA of the skin has become very common because the germ is able to live on surfaces for long periods of time. If an open area of skin touches an infected surface, the skin can in turn become infected. These types of skin infections are seen most commonly found in hospitals, jails, nursing homes and schools. Proper sanitary procedures in these facilities are the only way to prevent the spread of MRSA.
Yes! Many hospitals in the world have eliminated or significantly reduced hospital acquired infections. Infections are not an acceptable risk of hospitalization. Unfortunately, the infection is often worse than the original reason for hospitalization.
For MRSA treatment in Port St. Lucie, Florida or if you believe you are experiencing MRSA symptoms, it’s always advisable to consult a trusted health care professional immediately. If you acquired the MRSA infection while in the hospital, contact the Law Office of Gloria Seidule. Call Gloria for a free consultation at 772-222-3446 today or contact her online. Your privacy is assured.
To learn more about the legal perspective on antibiotic-resistant bacteria, hospital-acquired infections and medical malpractice, read Gloria’s outline from the 2016 ABA seminar on this topic.
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