What could get a staph infection out of the bone without amputation?

Depends... The treatment for osteomyelitis... Bone infection-- depends on where it is, how long it has been there, etc. It is curable in many circumstances.... Just be sure to deal with a surgeon who is comfortable with this... There are not many.
Antibiotics. There are two common ways of getting rid of a staph infection in bone. Surgery, or antibiotics.
Try this. Agressive debridement fill defect will antibiotic beads you can cut the section of unfected boneout and uae illizarov bone transport techniques to fill in gap works in imunocompetent host if compromised amputation and reconstruction with prosthetic replacement will hurt less and function better.

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Can staph infection eat all the way to the bone?

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What are the possible effects all over the body after an invasive staph infection in my back bone?

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