“This month’s topic is MRSA, one of BMJ BP’s most recently updated topics and an important cause of infection in both healthy people in the community and in people in healthcare facilities.
The prevalence of MRSA infection is increasing globally. MRSA is an important cause of infection in both healthy people in the community and in healthcare institutions, but the two presentations and therapies differ.
Children and younger adults are more commonly afflicted with community-acquired MRSA, while hospital-acquired MRSA is more common in older age groups. It is also important to distinguish MRSA colonisation from infection.
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