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Mrsa pneumonia is contagious for how long?

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Dr. Martin Raff
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
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In brief: MRSA

Communicability of MRSA is usually lesion to hand to hand to area where it can created disease, but respiratory transmission is not likely.
If the patient is not coughing and the potential individual to whom it is going to be transmitted does not touch the patient they are unlikely to become infected.

In brief: MRSA

Communicability of MRSA is usually lesion to hand to hand to area where it can created disease, but respiratory transmission is not likely.
If the patient is not coughing and the potential individual to whom it is going to be transmitted does not touch the patient they are unlikely to become infected.
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