Longitudinal, strain-specific Staphylococcus aureus introduction and transmission events in households of children with community-associated meticillin-resistant S aureus skin and soft tissue infection: a prospective cohort study

  28 November 2019

Devising effective, targeted approaches to prevent recurrent meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) skin and soft tissue infection requires an understanding of factors driving MRSA acquisition.

The household environment plays a key role in transmission, a factor associated with skin and soft tissue infection. Future interventions should inclusively target household members and the environment, focusing on straightforward changes in hand hygiene and household sharing behaviours.

Author(s): Ryan L Mork, PhD Patrick G Hogan, MPH Carol E Muenks, BA Mary G Boyle, MSN Ryley M Thompson Melanie L Sullivan, BS John J Morelli, BS Jennifer Seigel, MSN Rachel C Orscheln, MD Juliane Bubeck Wardenburg, MD Sarah J Gehlert, PhD Carey-Ann D Burnham, PhD Andrey Rzhetsky, PhD Stephanie A Fritz, MD
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