Question by  Ovidiu (55)

Do staph infections always have a core?


Answer by  ChristinaPadilla (7)

Staph infections do not always have a core. If the staph infection is fresh, a core is most likely present but if the infection has been there for awhile the core will generally vanish.


Answer by  Lady654 (52)

Staff infections usually do not have a core. Think about blood infections. It gets in the blood and spreads There is usually not a core. It's an all over disease.


Answer by  G12345 (1808)

No they do not always have a core. They are commonly very superficial and can be diseminated relatively easy via scratching.


Answer by  mcr666 (362)

Staph infections do not always have a core. Depending on the stage of the infection, it may not have develpoed a core yet. If it is later in the infection then the core may have already vanished. However most of the time the infection will start out having a core.


Answer by  Turks (319)

Yes, Staph infections always have a core. And when taking the pus out one should also remember to take the core or the seed out, so that i infection does not come back. this usua;;y in the form of an abscess or a boil.


Answer by  dazee (85)

There are two main types of "Staph" Bacteria. One of them is "Staph Alba" and the other type is "Staph Aureus". These Bacteria do not have a "Core". They are a live organism found on the skin of humans(and other living things)that with the right conditions multiply.


Answer by  Latin4 (11170)

Yes, usually they are taken out and the patient if given an antibiotic. The staph infection is serious and if you have symptoms you see your doctor immediately. This is usually pick up from the doctors office, clinic or hospital.

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