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CARING FOR A PET DIAGNOSED WITH MRSA

Author: Anette Loeffler Dr.med.vet. DVD Dip ECVD MRCVS
Royal Veterinary College, Hertfordshire (UK)
Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences
http://www.rvc.ac.uk

Did you know...

Those who work in health settings, including vets and veterinary practice staff, may have a higher risk of carrying MRSA than the general population.

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Skin Infections & Pyoderma

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MRSP

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MRSA In Horses

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