How to disinfect surfaces contaminated by MRSA bacteria

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Here is the formula: You mix 1/3 hydrogen peroxide (the 3% kind you buy at the pharmacy), 2/3 water. Then add a bit of dry laundry detergent. Shake. You must use rubber gloves when applying. Put some solution on a surface, let it stand for a couple minutes. Then clean off with clean water. This will destroy MRSA bacteria. Most commercial "antibacterial" cleaners do not destroy MRSA bacteria. In fact, these bacteria can live in most of those solutions. Hospital cleaning personnel are merely pushing the bacteria from one place to another.
If you would like to know how I control my own MRSA using all natural methods, my information is long and detailed and is listed on eBay titled: "How I get rid of MRSA staph boils". If you have been diagnosed with MRSA, you must always follow your doctor's orders, but you can learn which foods to avoid (because they trigger MRSA bacteria to rage out of control), how I bathe and disinfect clothing. If you saw me today, you would never guess I have MRSA, but I do. The bacteria are alive in my body, but hunkered down, almost dormant, as long as I follow my routine. The foods I eat and the products I use are cheap and available everywhere. Why do I charge for the information? eBay gets more attention, and I want to get my information to people afflicted with MRSA, but I must pay listing fees. Also, please bear in mind, I will refund the money if the person is not satisfied with the information. Our eBay seller account has a 100% satisfaction rating.
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thats extremely helpful , thankyou sooo much
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Oct 17, 2007
 
thats a cool method i will try it with other bacteria similar to msra on my advanced biology class
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Oct 18, 2007
 
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Nov 2, 2007
 
What kind of foods usually trigger the MSRA bacteria to rage out of control?
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Nov 8, 2007
 
More postings from the same address, Christmas Common.
Please do everyone in the world a favour and seek medical attention for your mental problems.
What you know about this subject can be written in block capitals on a miniture postage stamp.
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My life has been turned upside down by a resistant staph infection left in my tissue from an invasive surgery. After 2 years, the infection had eaten away all the tissue in my body, and began coming out through the skin. Once that happened, it was a very rapid decline. I lost over 30 pounds in 8 months, I only weighed 125 as it was and am 5'7" so it was NOT a good thing. I had gone to 3 doctors in that first 2 year period after the surgery, they just gave me antibiotics, no testing, assumptions only, and things would get better at first, then I'd get worse again. Once the wounds on the skin occurred, the first new doctor I went to said he was so positive it was MRSA that he immediately prescribed penicillin, doxyciclyne, and gave me a shot of Rosefin for like 3 or 5 days. I got so very sick! Then, my son's doctor saw how bad I had gotten when I took the boy in for his annual physical. The year before I had told him my symptoms and he said to stay on top of it...then when he saw me that year later he said to go to his friend at a clinic in a city nearby for her opinion. I did, and she TESTED the wound, took a culture. For the first time, someone cultured the wound and found out that it was not Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, but the infection was resistant to Penicillin!!! These previous 6 doctors had been feeding the infection, which caused the rapid spread of the wounds and I was now only 98 pounds. She wanted to hospitalize me with an IV drip antibiotic, but I couldn't being a single mom, so I moved home wiht my parents and they took me to an infectious disease specialist. He did the culture again and also tested for possible rare disorders. His big concern was that it had gotten to a heart valve, which could quickly bring death. Also, my immune system had shut down and my red blood cell count was way too high. With all this considered, he began carefully treating with Erythromycin and doxy, but eventually we had to move up the intensity scale to I believe it was ciprofloxacin that finally knocked out the infection completely. Staph came back for months, but it wasn't resistant, only becuase it took time for my immune system to start functioning again. I gained back the weight over about 4 months. It was mostly new tissue and some healthy meat on the bones!! I've been able to begin working again, and only suffer mild infection from time to time, mostly when too stressed. I have scars, deep pitted, cratered, odd shaped ones, on areas of my arms, legs, genital area, but mostly my face was destroyed. The skin there is so sensitive, it just took over... that is the hardest thing to get used ot looking at it every day. But my son is almost 9 now and is just happy his mommy is alive and has no more "owies". I'm happy too! Definitely the alternative and herbal remedies don't work. I tried every single thing out there when I got fed up between doctors. I even went to China Town for therapies from 2 Chinese doctors directly for almost a year. Yeah, that was when I almost died. Please don't try to heal yourself, go to a professional and demand they test, treat and follow up. It's not all up the doctor, you have to take an active role in your own health and well-being. We know better than anyone else when something just isn't right in our own body. Thanks for reading, TRS.
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Dec 28, 2007
 
Ms. Afflicted: While understandably you are in pain over your affliction, it hardly good sense to try reproducing an antibacterial product and announce such 'homemade' endeavors to the general public. This infection can cause death and requires 'real' laboratory tested solutions. It is not something left to holistic, home made therapy, it is quite dangerous to offer up unproven, home remedies, and advice from an untrained professional. Just as holistic medicine can not be used in the treatment of other deadly diseases such as TB, HIV, VRE, E. Coli, Cancer, et.. If I can assist you in infection control please do not hesitate to contact us. http://www.dtrcorporation.com
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carolmil wrote:
Here is the formula: You mix 1/3 hydrogen peroxide (the 3% kind you buy at the pharmacy), 2/3 water. Then add a bit of dry laundry detergent. Shake. You must use rubber gloves when applying. Put some solution on a surface, let it stand for a couple minutes. Then clean off with clean water. This will destroy MRSA bacteria. Most commercial "antibacterial" cleaners do not destroy MRSA bacteria. In fact, these bacteria can live in most of those solutions. Hospital cleaning personnel are merely pushing the bacteria from one place to another.
If you would like to know how I control my own MRSA using all natural methods, my information is long and detailed and is listed on eBay titled: "How I get rid of MRSA staph boils". If you have been diagnosed with MRSA, you must always follow your doctor's orders, but you can learn which foods to avoid (because they trigger MRSA bacteria to rage out of control), how I bathe and disinfect clothing. If you saw me today, you would never guess I have MRSA, but I do. The bacteria are alive in my body, but hunkered down, almost dormant, as long as I follow my routine. The foods I eat and the products I use are cheap and available everywhere. Why do I charge for the information? eBay gets more attention, and I want to get my information to people afflicted with MRSA, but I must pay listing fees. Also, please bear in mind, I will refund the money if the person is not satisfied with the information. Our eBay seller account has a 100% satisfaction rating.
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TRS79 wrote:
My life has been turned upside down by a resistant staph infection left in my tissue from an invasive surgery. After 2 years, the infection had eaten away all the tissue in my body, and began coming out through the skin. Once that happened, it was a very rapid decline. I lost over 30 pounds in 8 months, I only weighed 125 as it was and am 5'7" so it was NOT a good thing. I had gone to 3 doctors in that first 2 year period after the surgery, they just gave me antibiotics, no testing, assumptions only, and things would get better at first, then I'd get worse again. Once the wounds on the skin occurred, the first new doctor I went to said he was so positive it was MRSA that he immediately prescribed penicillin, doxyciclyne, and gave me a shot of Rosefin for like 3 or 5 days. I got so very sick! Then, my son's doctor saw how bad I had gotten when I took the boy in for his annual physical. The year before I had told him my symptoms and he said to stay on top of it...then when he saw me that year later he said to go to his friend at a clinic in a city nearby for her opinion. I did, and she TESTED the wound, took a culture. For the first time, someone cultured the wound and found out that it was not Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, but the infection was resistant to Penicillin!!! These previous 6 doctors had been feeding the infection, which caused the rapid spread of the wounds and I was now only 98 pounds. She wanted to hospitalize me with an IV drip antibiotic, but I couldn't being a single mom, so I moved home wiht my parents and they took me to an infectious disease specialist. He did the culture again and also tested for possible rare disorders. His big concern was that it had gotten to a heart valve, which could quickly bring death. Also, my immune system had shut down and my red blood cell count was way too high. With all this considered, he began carefully treating with Erythromycin and doxy, but eventually we had to move up the intensity scale to I believe it was ciprofloxacin that finally knocked out the infection completely. Staph came back for months, but it wasn't resistant, only becuase it took time for my immune system to start functioning again. I gained back the weight over about 4 months. It was mostly new tissue and some healthy meat on the bones!! I've been able to begin working again, and only suffer mild infection from time to time, mostly when too stressed. I have scars, deep pitted, cratered, odd shaped ones, on areas of my arms, legs, genital area, but mostly my face was destroyed. The skin there is so sensitive, it just took over... that is the hardest thing to get used ot looking at it every day. But my son is almost 9 now and is just happy his mommy is alive and has no more "owies". I'm happy too! Definitely the alternative and herbal remedies don't work. I tried every single thing out there when I got fed up between doctors. I even went to China Town for therapies from 2 Chinese doctors directly for almost a year. Yeah, that was when I almost died. Please don't try to heal yourself, go to a professional and demand they test, treat and follow up. It's not all up the doctor, you have to take an active role in your own health and well-being. We know better than anyone else when something just isn't right in our own body. Thanks for reading, TRS.
My heart and prayers go out to you. I, too, have the recurring outbreaks and have had a lot of tissue eaten away, so I can totally relate.
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May 24, 2008
 
Please Be Extra Careful When Caring For Elderly Parents!!!

There are a lot of people caring for their aging parents at home. I want to spread the word about HAND WASHING and other safety measures.

I contracted drug-resistant staph (MRSA), and several other strains of bacteria from my dad, which progressed into necrotizing fasciitis (NF).

I was Dad's in-home health care provider. I had to do almost everything for him. I gave him "Push IV" antibiotics and when his bladder was catheterized, I was responsible for changing the bags and keeping the tubing free of debris.

My forearm got drenched in his urine while I was trying to dress him one day. He was 86 years old at the time and showing signs of the onset of Alzheimer's. He pushed his foot against my arm to steady himself ... his sock was soaked in urine (his bag had leaked).

Dad's HMO kept sending him home with hospital-acquired infections (MRSA, VRE and more) time and time again. They never once warned us of how infectious he was. In fact, they implied that his infections were internal and did not pose a risk to others.

It is vital that you wash your hands often while caring for the sick or elderly. Do not touch urine, pus or other secretions. Flesh eating bacteria generally are not airborne, but can readily be passed via skin-to-skin contact.

You can read more about my ordeal at:
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Aug 29, 2010
 
I work in housekeeping in a nursing home. Today, one of the CNA's approached me and instructed me to clean the urine that spilled out from a patient's catheter. I'm very cautious and so I asked an RN if perhaps mopping that room last and then tossing the mop head away because then the laundry employees will touch the mop and then we have just cross contaminated a perfectly healthy employee. If anyone knows proper protocol for disinfection and how to care for mops etc. let me know.
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carolmil wrote:
Here is the formula: You mix 1/3 hydrogen peroxide (the 3% kind you buy at the pharmacy), 2/3 water. Then add a bit of dry laundry detergent. Shake. You must use rubber gloves when applying. Put some solution on a surface, let it stand for a couple minutes. Then clean off with clean water. This will destroy MRSA bacteria. Most commercial "antibacterial" cleaners do not destroy MRSA bacteria. In fact, these bacteria can live in most of those solutions. Hospital cleaning personnel are merely pushing the bacteria from one place to another.
If you would like to know how I control my own MRSA using all natural methods, my information is long and detailed and is listed on eBay titled: "How I get rid of MRSA staph boils". If you have been diagnosed with MRSA, you must always follow your doctor's orders, but you can learn which foods to avoid (because they trigger MRSA bacteria to rage out of control), how I bathe and disinfect clothing. If you saw me today, you would never guess I have MRSA, but I do. The bacteria are alive in my body, but hunkered down, almost dormant, as long as I follow my routine. The foods I eat and the products I use are cheap and available everywhere. Why do I charge for the information? eBay gets more attention, and I want to get my information to people afflicted with MRSA, but I must pay listing fees. Also, please bear in mind, I will refund the money if the person is not satisfied with the information. Our eBay seller account has a 100% satisfaction rating.
Hello,
Would you share the information or testing statistics that proves your solution actually kills the bacteria MSRA. Do you have any documentation that indicates this hocus pocus solution works? I'm surprised the FDA has not approached you yet. You could be helping spread MRSA by sharing inaccurate information (and for a fee, that's horrible of you!). You remind me of those people that wait for a disaster to hit; then, run out to help them for a fee. Just have proof that it works and then get FDA approval to sell it nationwide so that everyone can enjoy the benefits; otherwise, you are just another apothecary want-to-be a drug store that charges a ton of money to ill people.
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Sep 7, 2010
 
Apparently MRSA bacteria cannot survive on copper surfaces.
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Dec 8, 2010
 
Wow! Thank you for sharing this!!! I have had three outbreaks of staph in the past four months (and multiple throughout my life) I'm only 20!!! How could a healthy 20 year old get so sick!!! After reading this I've decided to demand my doctor give me a blood test and make sure its not Mrsa or a penacillin resistant one and that the infection is completely gone! It is so stressful dealling with this, im tired of being sick and having soars all over my face and the rest of my body! Your post brought me some hope, thank you! And GOOD LUCK!!
TRS79 wrote:
My life has been turned upside down by a resistant staph infection left in my tissue from an invasive surgery. After 2 years, the infection had eaten away all the tissue in my body, and began coming out through the skin. Once that happened, it was a very rapid decline. I lost over 30 pounds in 8 months, I only weighed 125 as it was and am 5'7" so it was NOT a good thing. I had gone to 3 doctors in that first 2 year period after the surgery, they just gave me antibiotics, no testing, assumptions only, and things would get better at first, then I'd get worse again. Once the wounds on the skin occurred, the first new doctor I went to said he was so positive it was MRSA that he immediately prescribed penicillin, doxyciclyne, and gave me a shot of Rosefin for like 3 or 5 days. I got so very sick! Then, my son's doctor saw how bad I had gotten when I took the boy in for his annual physical. The year before I had told him my symptoms and he said to stay on top of it...then when he saw me that year later he said to go to his friend at a clinic in a city nearby for her opinion. I did, and she TESTED the wound, took a culture. For the first time, someone cultured the wound and found out that it was not Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, but the infection was resistant to Penicillin!!! These previous 6 doctors had been feeding the infection, which caused the rapid spread of the wounds and I was now only 98 pounds. She wanted to hospitalize me with an IV drip antibiotic, but I couldn't being a single mom, so I moved home wiht my parents and they took me to an infectious disease specialist. He did the culture again and also tested for possible rare disorders. His big concern was that it had gotten to a heart valve, which could quickly bring death. Also, my immune system had shut down and my red blood cell count was way too high. With all this considered, he began carefully treating with Erythromycin and doxy, but eventually we had to move up the intensity scale to I believe it was ciprofloxacin that finally knocked out the infection completely. Staph came back for months, but it wasn't resistant, only becuase it took time for my immune system to start functioning again. I gained back the weight over about 4 months. It was mostly new tissue and some healthy meat on the bones!! I've been able to begin working again, and only suffer mild infection from time to time, mostly when too stressed. I have scars, deep pitted, cratered, odd shaped ones, on areas of my arms, legs, genital area, but mostly my face was destroyed. The skin there is so sensitive, it just took over... that is the hardest thing to get used ot looking at it every day. But my son is almost 9 now and is just happy his mommy is alive and has no more "owies". I'm happy too! Definitely the alternative and herbal remedies don't work. I tried every single thing out there when I got fed up between doctors. I even went to China Town for therapies from 2 Chinese doctors directly for almost a year. Yeah, that was when I almost died. Please don't try to heal yourself, go to a professional and demand they test, treat and follow up. It's not all up the doctor, you have to take an active role in your own health and well-being. We know better than anyone else when something just isn't right in our own body. Thanks for reading, TRS.
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Oct 16, 2011
 
There is now a product that works for over 90 days that you can put on surfaces and in your laundry. It eliminates MRSA and Staph. I found it at www.texontowel.com The product is called Monofoil and these people sell it.
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Dec 29, 2011
 
What garbage. As Rox said, no data for this home-made BS concoction so confidently offered. Try to remember that commercial products claiming MRSA efficacy must demonstrate that in controlled GLP-based testing to the satsifaction of the EPA. By contrast, some anonymous clown offers this unproven combination and you clowns think it's great.

IUbeano - you need to read more carefully. The treatment left on fabric will prevent the growth of staph and MRSA - it does not claim to eliminate. The problem is not growth - it's presence.
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IUbeano--I followed up with the gentleman at www.texontowel.com They were great, I worked with Wayne Jr. to get some Monofoil for our wrestling club. It made a huge difference this season. Thanks.
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