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Posted: Jan 3 2007, 02:08 PM
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Calgary doctor says superbug spreading in Canada
Sharon Kirkey
CanWest News Service
Tuesday, January 02, 2007
Micrograph of Staphylococcus aureus bacteria. (Center for Disease
Control and Prevention/ )
A superbug that causes infections from large, boil-like lesions to
hemorrhagic pneumonia and, in rare cases, flesh-eating disease is poised
to "emerge in force" across Canada, a new report warns.
While the prospect of a flu pandemic has governments scrambling to
develop emergency plans, an epidemic of community-associated
methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, or CA-MRSA, is raging in
the U.S. and beginning to entrench itself here, infectious disease
experts report today in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.
In the U.S., clusters have been reported in groups from NFL players to
toddlers in day care.
In Canada, outbreaks have occurred in Alberta, B.C., Saskatchewan,
Manitoba and Ontario. The Calgary Health Region sees between 40 and 70
cases per month. Infections are also being reported in Toronto, Montreal
and Quebec City.
Doctors are now investigating the possible transmission of the
community-acquired staph strain among a small group of Calgary hospital
patients, which would be one of the first cases of CA-MRSA being
transmitted between hospital patients.
"Not a day goes by where I'm in clinic that I'm not pulling out a
scalpel to drain one of these things," says Dr. John Conly, co-author of
the report and an infectious disease specialist and professor of
medicine at the University of Calgary.
"We're seeing far too many of them."
The organism is an "old foe with new fangs," a pathogen that is
virulent, drug-resistant and has an uncanny ability to "disseminate at
large," according to the CMAJ report. So far, its prevalence is thought
to be low, but rising in most parts of the country.
"Front-line physicians need to be aware of the increasing prevalence and
the potential severity of CA-MRSA infection," the researchers write.
The germ killed a healthy 30-year-old Calgary man and a three-month-old
baby in Toronto in 2005. Both died of necrotizing pneumonia, or lung
The infection begins with what looks like a spider bite, a red, very
tender area that rises up and comes to a head just like a small boil. If
not treated promptly, the lesions can develop into large, spreading
abscesses in the soft tissues that can grow to the size of a baseball
"or even a grapefruit in some settings," Conly said in an interview.
People develop fever and flu-like symptoms. In some cases, MRSA can
cause bleeding in the lungs. "For some reason, there are people who are
predisposed to develop what looks like standard pneumonia and very
quickly they begin to cough up blood," Conly said.
Previously confined to hospital patients, the staph infection is now
occurring in healthy people. The community strain "doesn't carry as much
genetic baggage" as the hospital strain and is sensitive to other
antibiotics, Conly says.
"But it seems to have a propensity to cause very large abscesses in the
soft tissues with copious drainage, and seems to spread much more
readily than the hospital strain has done."
It's also moving out of the traditional risk groups, such as intravenous
drug users, the homeless, First Nations, the military and people
infected with HIV.
The staph infection is spread by physical contact, through open cuts and
scrapes, poor hygiene and sharing personal items, such as soap, towels,
creams, razors and clothes.
Athletes are particularly prone: It has affected college and
high-school-aged football players, wrestlers and rugby players. A Miami
Dolphins football player lost a season because of a severe MRSA
The Canadian Committee on Antibiotic Resistance and the Coaching
Association of Canada has launched a campaign to educate coaches,
parents and athletes about staph infections.
Pets, too, can be reservoirs for infection.
New Canadian guidelines to control MRSA recommend regular hand washing,
covering any draining skin lesion and not sharing potentially
contaminated personal articles. Doctors are urged to report suspected
outbreak to public health authorities and to limit the use of
antibiotics, because their over-use drives resistance.
The guidelines recommend alcohol-based hand sanitizers in sports
facilities where there are no sinks, showering after every game or
practice, avoiding sharing towels or equipment, cleaning equipment
regularly, ideally after every use. Anyone with an open sore should
avoid contact sports, and should stay away from common whirlpools or
Children with open or infected sores should also be kept away from day
care or school until they're treated.
© CanWest News Service 2007

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Posted: Jan 3 2007, 02:12 PM
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I wished to share some information with those who are concerned with
Staph problems of all sorts. These new strains of Staph are
resistant to antibiotics and conventional medicine, but it is still
possible to kill staph with good old fashioned NATURAL medicine.
First - one of the best staph killers is Pine Tar Soap. If you are
looking for a good organic brand, one of the best is from Devonshire
Incense Company and you can buy it online at
Second - Garlic and Onion juices are also powerful staph killers.
So - keep some of this around at all times. Also - one of the best
ways to avoid a staph infection is to stay away from the Hospital!!
Hospitals are one of the worst carriers of this disease and
the "professionals" can't seem to figure out how to stop it. Hmmm -
I am thinking that if they would remember to wash their hands and
sterilize their instruments before they move from patient to patient -
that might help.
When in doubt - use common sense and remember Mother Nature is the
best pharmacist.

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Posted: Jan 3 2007, 02:25 PM
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Dun't panic......


Ve have a cure for you.... 'old still... dis will only 'urt a bit und it vill only destroy small parts of your brain und memory.

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Posted: Jan 3 2007, 06:04 PM
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Pupp I've put this in the wrong section. I thought I put it in Health section-

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