In the past people who were infected with the mucous mononucleosis bacteria (M. miyamotoi) would die of acute spinal cord injuries (ASI) such as in patients who experienced a car accident. But now MRSA infections are dying during the COVID-19 epidemic.
Here are some helpful facts about M. miyamotoi infection:Symptoms of M. miyamotoi poisoning are very simple. Someone with it may be experiencing diarrhea vomiting and abdominal pain. But it is also common among people who are asymptomatic.
An intense fever can make one very very weak.
An abdominal pain of the abdomen can make the entire abdomen very stiff.
A person may be suffering from fibromyalgia which is common among people who are infected with natural infection with the dangerous bacteria. Nerve damage can result. The pain is caused by sudden weakness and soon after the body will go into shock.
People suffering from cold frequently develop rashes around their arms and legs.
Rebecca Seifert Senior GP VU Medicine Amsterdam says to contact your doctor immediately. This is because the danger begins shortly after the person is sick and if the body is not able to respond quickly enough the entire region is vulnerable.
She says: M. miyamotoi form ulcers in the joints in the legs which risk causing severe nerve damage.
If the infection occurs in the middle of the body it exposed the intestines or the brain when it was exposed to old blood or saliva. A person suffering from a wound where cold wounds are also common could end up having torn and inflamed joints. Throwing things to blood could prevent these ulcers from progressing to other serious ones.
If these are the symptoms of severe M. miyamotoi infection give antibiotics and see a doctor for a diagnosis.
How the infection ends.
If the infestation ends an individual is probably not dead for a long time and they might not be great candidates for organ transplant. Around 5-8 percent of the people who are suspected to have developed this infection are actually not infected at all. Most are asymptomatic which means they are contagious. This means that the person is not spreading the disease.
In such cases amputation or a scar of the upper abdomen may be more extensive which can be important for the preservation of organs.