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Most People think that MRSA is only spread by contact...however, the truth is in the air.

While MRSA is a scary word to many, most local Health Departments want you to believe that it is not airborne, but only transmitted by contact with the infected person. Nothing could be further from the truth. Today's Schools and Hospitals are under attack by this very lethal antibiotic resistant type of staph. But now for the good news...WE HAVE A PRODUCT THAT KILLS IT IN THE AIR AND ON THE SURFACE.

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MRSA stands for Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus. It is a form of bacteria that is responsible for INFECTIONS in humans. The word is actually Airborne MRSA. It is not a disease itself but it is one of the many modes of transmission of this infection. Airborne MRSA is a new concept about the spread of the disease according to which MRSA can be spread through the air. This is because the bacteria is usually found on the skin of patients and skin cells are replaced after 30 days. This shedding of skin can result in millions of skin cells in the air and if you have the infection, it will spread with the skin cells, causing someone else to suffer.

Here's some links to more information:

http://www.airborneinfection.blogspot.com/2006/03/skinny-on-airborne-mrsa.html

http://tahilla.typepad.com/mrsawatch/air_hygiene/index.html

http://courses.washington.edu/cee490/MRSAWP.htm