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I could not find a study as to the prevalence of the disease in thailand. One study at a university showed that 17 percent of those studied carried a strain anitbiotic resistent Staff. About 600 people in the study, most were students

The geographical distribution of 65 clinical isolates of methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) recovered from 7 hospitals in Thailand was investigated......

The findings demonstrate the existence of a common epidemic MRSA clone in Thailand.

According to Dr Pisespong Patamasucon, a professor of pediatrics with the University of Nevada’s School of Medicine it is just a matter of time before we have the full scale of the MSRA in Thailand.

If you look to U.S 59 per cent of patients attending hospitals with skin infections turn out to have community-acquired MRSA, with up to 25 per cent needing lengthy treatment to recover. A person can carry the MSRA up to 3 years before getting sick witch makes tracking very difficult. have Fun aloha

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