Well, if it wasn't the right med, the MRSA will continue to get worse, and the patient could die if it's left untreated. Nasal swabs of the infection are taken, then cultured to see if the bacteria responds to those medications in Bactroban. Did your tests show Bactroban would kill the MRSA? If not, it is imperative that you get the right antibiotic - MRSA does kill! ElizaJane
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