Methicillin resistant staph has become a scary aspect of veterinary dermatology. It is important to know how to recognize MRSP through clinical lesions and history, collect diagnostics like cytology and C/S and be diligent about treatment. But, almost more importantly, how to recheck these cases appropriately and work up the underlying cause.
Today, I am joined by Dr. Meghan Solc, DVM, Dip ACVD from Dermatology for Animals in Akron, Ohio to discuss this in-depth and important topic. Dr. Solc mentioned an excellent resource for pet owners regarding MRSP at wormsandgermsblog.com done with the Canadian Academy of Veterinary Dermatology (link below).