Staphylococcus aureus: treatment and consequences

Very often, if there are any problemsthe pediatrician can prescribe tests for dysbiosis, and if the staphylococcus is sown, then the child is prescribed treatment with aggressive bacteriophages. And if the analysis on staphylococcus aureus is positive in a nursing mother, then she is strongly recommended to stop breastfeeding.

Let's see what is the staphylococcus aureus, the treatment with which drugs will help get rid of it, and in general - whether it is worth treating?

What it is

The word "Kokki" in Greek means"Clusters". This is how the colonies of these bacteria look under the microscope. Staphylococcus aureus received such a beautiful name due to the fact that with its growth, it forms carotenoids, which color the entire colony in a golden yellow color.

This bacterium is among the four mostwidespread microorganisms on the Earth and best acclimatizes to weakened organisms. Kokki is considered a conditionally pathogenic organism, that is, they can live in the body for years and can not be manifested in any way.

Staphylococcus aureus brings inthe appearance of skin suppuration, boils, pyo and hypodermia, and in neonates it develops as pemphigus - white purulent pimples. Cellulite, oddly enough, can also be a consequence of staphylococcal infection.

Staphylococci are very resistant to any effects: they are good at freezing, drying and even ten-minute boiling. Alcohol, most antibiotics, they too can survive. But to the brilliant green (then the ordinary green), they are very sensitive.

Staphylococcus aureus, treatment

When is it worth starting treatment? Suppose a child was sown with staphylococcus aureus. But there is no temperature, there is no rash, that is, there are no external manifestations. Here it is worth remembering that there is a difference between staphylococcus aureus and the actual infection. Staphylococcus aureus requires only in the period of activation in the body!

The symptomatology is the following:

- Bowel diseases: enteritis, enterocolitis;

- Nasopharyngeal diseases: tonsillitis, rhinitis;

- Purulent pimples on the skin.

Getting rid of staphylococcus is very difficult, but possible.

Traditional medicine welcomes the use ofantibiotics and sulfonamide preparations. When they take a baccase, they test the sensitivity of the golden staphylococci to specific antibiotics and only on the basis of this prescribe a course of treatment. It is almost impossible to select antibiotics independently, because bacteria can show resistance to most of them.

If you find that the cause of diseasenasopharynx, in particular tonsillitis, is exactly Staphylococcus aureus, the treatment can be prescribed as a rinse with a dilute solution of chlorophyllipt. Staphylococcal bacteria are very sensitive to this drug.

On the tender skin of a baby, purulentpimples of Staphylococcus aureus. In no case can they pick and remove pus. The correct solution in this case will be a pinpoint burning of the green. Then the pimples will dry up and stop spreading.

Alternative method of fighting staphylococcusis the reception of homeopathic remedies. In particular, antibacterial preparations of the type Gepar sulfur and Acidum sulfuricum showed very effective themselves. But they can be appointed only by a qualified homeopathic doctor.

Traditional medicine offers to fight with Staphylococcus aureus with the help of apricot or currant puree in combination with decoctions of rose hips.

For the prevention of the disease, it is recommended to increase the immunity and resistance of the organism to infections, take vitamins, walk outdoors and strengthen health in general.

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