CA-MRSA: Virulence of CA-MRSA

CA-MRSA: Virulence of CA-MRSA

CA-MRSA: Virulence is refers to the degree or intensity of pathogenicity. Where as pathogenicity is an organism capability or potential to cause disease (Willey et al., 2008). Then resistant is the inability of an organism to be killed or inhibited by clinically achievable drug concentration. Methicillin is a beta-lectamase-resistant member of the beta-lactam family of antibiotics that inhibit cell wall biosynthesis. Then methicillin –resistant is resistance to methicillin-type of antibiotics. [Read more…]