Mark Slaughter B.S., M.S.
"In the period of approximately four weeks between October and November of this year, our facility had four patients return from the hospital with active MRSA wound cultures. All patients were on antibiotics, however, the MRSA was resolved within 6 days in each case. In our experience, a patient diagnosed with MRSA usually is asymptomatic within 2 - 3 weeks at a minimum employing antibiotic treatment and universal precautions alone. The only difference in treatment modality was the fact that we used Mr. Mitchell's device in each patients' room, which I believe was the only factor responsible for each infection resolution".
Licensed Nursing Facility Administrator