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Image of the Day: Hospital Infection

A human white blood cell engulfs methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (in green).

By | December 9, 2013

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Avatar of: SouthEnder

SouthEnder

Posts: 1

December 9, 2013

are there specifics on this particular white blood cell?

Avatar of: Ron Coffey

Ron Coffey

Posts: 1

December 9, 2013

Was the WBC a macrophage? The picture shows amazing focus, great detail! What happened later? Did the MERSA cells die? ...Ron

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rebeenlabo

Posts: 2

December 20, 2013

I live in kurdistan which is a regon of Iraq,nosocomial infection is very common in our contry,MRSA was found in the hall of opperation,how can us protect from staphlococcus  aureus in the hospital

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rebeenlabo

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December 20, 2013

I live in kurdistan which is a regon of Iraq,nosocomial infection is very common in our contry,MRSA was found in the hall of opperation,how can us protect from staphlococcus  aureus in the hospital

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