flesh eating staff infection
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#1 Feb 15, 2006
Is it possible to have a flesh eating staff infection? I had surgery Jan. 18th and just got off intravenous a week ago which would be 2 1/2 weeks on i.v. The would has still some holes and is severely draining and re-opening in some areas. Perhaps you can help me with my question? Thanks B.J.
#2 Feb 27, 2006
I would suggest to drink the mangosteen juice.
It has these benefits:
- Anti-biotic, anti-viral, anti-fungal – prevents or modulates all infections
- Anti-oxidant – neutralize free-radicals to stop the damage of the cell
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#3 Mar 10, 2006
what are the symptoms of this bacteria/virus?
#4 Mar 10, 2006
Symptoms of necrotizing fasciitis may develop quickly, often as soon as 24 hours after a minor skin injury. The rapid onset of symptoms is one of the most important clues that you may need immediate medical care. Another common characteristic of this disease is that the pain is greater than you would expect from the appearance of the wound.
Necrotizing fasciitis most commonly affects extremities, particularly the legs, but can affect any part of the body.
The most common early symptoms include:
Sudden, severe pain in the affected area.
Fever, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, and other flu-like symptoms.
Redness, heat, swelling, or fluid-filled blisters in the skin over the affected area. If the infection is deep in the tissue, these signs of inflammation may not develop right away."
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