MRSA Killer Bacteria from the Operating Room

Fatal Hospital Germs

Torsten Knoll
Gesundheit, Familie, Lebenshilfe

In media the pathogen is sometimes named „killer bacterium “. The correct term reads Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). In the United States it is responsible for 125,000 hospitalization per annum. The number of infections caused by MRSA strains constantly increases both in hospitals as well as in cities and municipalities. Now then - What is MRSA and what can you and your physician do, in order to counteract an infection?

The author would like to deliver as a case study an insight in the life and patient history of his mother who contracted MRSA in the year 2005, had a long fight to deny and lost nevertheless. The book points out, what she experienced in hospitals and with physicians, who faced the pathogen MRSA powerlessly.

The request of Torsten Knoll is to assist people concerned by MRSA and their family members. Therefore “MRSA killer bacteria from the OP" also contains information and hints, how you can protect yourself and others.