Answer: Best would be levaquin, since it is broad spectrum antibiotic and you dont know what kind of infection it is. Other than that amoxicillin or doxycycline can be used. Roughly 5% the dosage you would give to a human, so just scrape off some of the pill
Answer: Infection is the detrimental colonization of a host organism by a foreign parasite species.
pathogenesis(why infection occurs)Persistent infection occur because the body is unable to clear the organism after the initial infection. Persistent infection are characterized by the continual presence of the infectious organism resulting in recurrent relapses.There are some viruses that can maintain a persistent infecting different cells of the body. A typical example is the herpes virus which tends to hide in nerves and become reactivated when specific circumstances arise.
Answer: The filing system that is usually used in the hospital environment is called terminal digit filing. This is where you read from the last number, and then look forward. Most hospitals use this format with the fact that if there is a misplaced file, it can be found immediately.
Answer: A hospital-acquired infection, also called a nosocomial infection, is an infection that first appears between 48 hours and four days after a patient is admitted to a hospital or other health-care facility.
Answer: The most common hospital acquired infection is MRSA (Methicillin Resistant Staphloccocus Aurius). This is a bacterial infection that is resistant to most antibiotics and is prone to affect people with weakened immune systems.
Answer: The best way to prevent Acenobacter infection in Hospital theater is to practice excellence in hand hygiene along with using standard isolation precautions (gloves and disposable gown). Wash the hands with hot water and soap, after any contact with infected patient, for 20 seconds. This should wash off the microbe and reduce the risk of spreading the bacteria any further.
Answer: MRSA is the hospital infection most common. I am hoping this is what you are asking about. Yes you can lose weight with this. The weight lose is due to the infection making you tired. Most people who end up with MRSA will lose approx. 5-15 pounds. The infection makes you feel mostly like you have the flu. And if you have ever had the Flu you know that you rarely feel like eating. In combination with the fact the MRSA also gives you diarrhea you will lose weight. This weight can be gained back after successful treatment for the MRSA.