- MRSA & Medical Malpractice Law
- MRSA (Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus): Also known as “mercer.” This is an infection caused by the staph bacteria that normally safely reside on the surface of human skin. A minor opening in the skin can allow the staph bacteria to enter the body, causing an infection. It is commonly contracted in hospitals, even through basic procedures such as catheter insertion.More info on Dermatology Malpractice:https://www.medicalmalpracticehelp.com/dermatology-malpractice-lawyer/
Additional Frequently Asked Questions
- Is Expert Testimony Required for a Medical Malpractice Case?
- Is Failure to Warn a Patient of Known Risks a Form of Medical Malpractice?
- Can I Sue for Future Medical Expenses in a Medical Malpractice Case?
- What Causes Locked-In Syndrome?
- How Can I Determine If a Doctor, Hospital, or Other Health Care Provider Has Committed Medical Malpractice?