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There's a really nasty variation on staph that you can get from
ingesting a concentration of the bacteria, i.e. when somebody gets their staph
pus in your food. About a half hour after eating, you start to get dizzy
and in about 5 minutes, you start puking, and you're really sick for a few
days or maybe more. I've had it a couple of times.
> The best preventative is washing one's hands so not to spread the
Well, sorta. See, you can't really prevent an infection from starting,
because staph is everywhere. If you get cut, you're probably going to have
some staph bacteria in the wound immediately if you got cut by something that
isn't outright sterile.
What you -have- to do is prevent the infection from taking off. The
local wisdom in Hawaii where stap is really common is to let the cut bleed
out on its own, then cover it with a bandaid or similar sterile dressing.
Leave that in place for a day or so until the skin closes, then wash it
with peroxide ONLY. Keep washing it with peroxide several times a day until
it stops bubbling. If it doesn't stop bubbling after 4 or 5 days, or
the cut gets bigger, it means the infection is growing faster than you can
fight it, and you need professional help.
There should be some public health service in most areas that will
treat you for free -- because it IS a PUBLIC health issue, and most
communities don't want staph hippies pussing up their nice towns. What I mean is,
it doesn't need to be a trip to the ER. It's not THAT big a deal
medically, but it CAN be a big deal if let go.
If you have cuts on your hands, you shouldn't be handling food at all.
And no, rubber gloves don't cut it. Damn gloves! All they do is make
people dumb down and pay less attention to real hygene. Put on the gloves and they
think like "it's all good now". I've seen guys go from mopping the floor to
handling food without changing gloves. If you have an infected cut, and wear
gloves, all that festering is gonna turn into super festering because it locks
in the moisture.