|Source: staph-infection-resources.com, www.nlm.nih.gov, cdc.gov
|Research Date: 7.28.2013
|Statistics on Staph infections 2007 including MRSA. MRSA stands for methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. It causes a staph infection that is resistant to several common antibiotics. There are two types of infection. Hospital-associated incidents (HAI) MRSA happens to people in healthcare settings. Community-associated MRSA happens to people who have close skin-to-skin contact with others, such as athletes involved in football and wrestling.
|Staph Infection Statistics
|Hospital infections each year
|Life-threatening infections from MRSA
|Deaths resulted from MRSA
|Percent of all hospital infections.
|Percentage of U.S. population who are carriers of Staph bacteria on their bodies.
|Average increase of cost for MRSA infections compared to the typical hospital stay
|The average increase of hospital stay for MRSA
|Country with the highest outbreak of MRSA
|Country with the lowest outbreak of MRSA
|Percentage of people who will contact infection while in hospital
how many people get a staph staff infection each year ? what percent of the population has had a staph infection ? statistics on staff infection, staph, MRSA, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, resistant antibiotics. Hospital-associated MRSA, Community-associated MRSA, HAI ? can a staph infection be deadly fatal deaths ?
Statistic Sources & References
Source: Statistic Brain Research Institute (Online / Direct Response Mail)
Content Author: Statistic Brain
Date research was conducted: August 28, 2016
Staph Infection Statistics