MRSA Is Airborne

Monday, March 22, 2010

Worse than MRSA - cases of C-diff are rising

Worse than MRSA ~ bigger and nastier bacteria / infections to contend with, "C-diff" aka: C. difficile. Spread by spores in feces.





Fresno: Gregory Gardner thought his father was out of the woods after a successful colon cancer operation until a five-month battle with the infection c-diff took his life. "It left a big empty space," Gardner told Ivanhoe.

Article is copyrighted so click below:

Fighting Hospital Infections 3/5/10





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MRSA, or methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, are bacteria that can't be treated with common antibiotics. They are often harmless as they ride on the skin, but become deadly once they get in the bloodstream. They enter through wounds, intravenous lines and other paths.

C-diff, also resistant to some antibiotics, is found in the colon and can cause diarrhea and a more serious intestinal condition known as colitis. It is spread by spores in feces. The spores are difficult to kill with most conventional household cleaners or alcohol-based hand sanitizers, so some of the disinfection measures against MRSA don't work on C-diff.

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Study: Lesser-known bug a bigger hospital threat 3/20/10





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Many of you will recognize Clostridium. The clostridium genus is one of those groups of bacteria that has been kicking Homo sapiens' butts for tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, of years. Gas gangrene, tetanus, and food poisoning (botulinism) are all deadly diseases caused by this group of nasties.

There are two traits of this genus that are particularly important with respect to land-application of BS. The first is that these organisms are all obligate anaerobes, which means that not only do they not require oxygen to survive, but oxygen is toxic to them. When exposed to oxygen, as when they enter the sewage stream and aeration processes of sewage treatment systems, they hunker down into survival mode.

The second BS-related trait of C. difficile, and all clostridia, is that survival mode means forming spores. These spores are called "endospores". A number of bacteria can form endospores, and they are, in general, pretty scary. For instance, it was anthrax endospores that killed 5 people in the 2001 anthrax attack.

Within the context of Clostridium and land-applied BS, endospores are as scary as Jason, the guy in the horror movies with the hockey mask, because, like Jason, endospores keep coming back. You almost can't kill them. One researcher has referred to them as the most durable form of life known. Endospores are resistant to UV radiation, boiling, extreme pH, and chemical disinfectants -- precisely the kinds of "treatments" that are applied to raw sewage sludge to convert it into . . .ha, ha, ha, . . . "biosolids." Yeah. When you make biosolids, you are making clostridial endospores. Whenever you have C. difficile flushed down a toilet -- and that is happening virtually constantly in a moderately sized city -- you are sending to the waste-treatment plant bacteria that will become the endospores in the BS that is spread on the farmers' land. Hospitals are huge sources of C. difficile.

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Virginia is for Sludgers 5/2008

Sunday, September 6, 2009

MRSA / Swine Flu Being Spread Through Human Waste


"All respiratory secretions and bodily fluids (diarrheal stool) of novel influenza A (H1N1) cases should be considered potentially infectious."
The Body



Whether through human waste








Or vomit








Swine flu virus is being shed and discharged to sewage treatment plants (POTWs). Unfortunately, most treatments do not / cannot remove all drug residue, some of which ends up back in our tap water ("nitrates.")



The wastewater treatment process reconcentrates the pathogens and pollutants in sewage sludge.









Sewage sludge is spread on our crops. Such pollutants may be implicated in the 15 leading causes of deaths.




Sign Petition: Stop Recycling Sewage Effluents on Food Crops, Etc.




Not only are these pollutants in sludge getting into our food supply and spreading as they blow through the wind,














As you can imagine, the more people who are infected with swine flu, the more it spreads via sewage.

It is therefore more important than ever to understand that sewage back spills are a severe public health hazard.


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Up to 38% of swine flu victims suffer from vomiting and diarrhea.
AJC Healthnews /flu



This indicates the victims are suffering gastrointestinal infections and swine flu virus is being shed in the human feces being discharged to sewage treatment plants (POTWs). The wastewater treatment process reconcentrates the pathogens and pollutants in the sewage sludge

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The World Health Organization is concerned about swine flu in human waste and sewage
Alertnet.org/newsdesk

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As Dr. Edo McGowan of California points out, sewage treatment plants are cauldrons of toxic chemicals and dangerous pathogens. These diseases and microbes in the sewage are constantly exchanging genes and mutating into even more virulent microbes. And they are developing antibiotic resistance every step of the way. Dr. McGowan also noted that sewage was found to be a transmission risk for Bird Flu (H5N1)

The WEF and government agencies (CDC, EPA, HHS, NIH) are ignoring potential flu risks to public health from spreading and spraying pathogenic Class B sewage sludge, containing swine flu virus, on agricultural land

Pathways of risk for neighbors of sludge sites include swarms of mosquitoes, insects, filthy flies, wind-borne dusts and bioaerosols, runoff into surface and groundwater, family pets walking and rolling in the sludge and tracking diseases into the home on their feet and fur . . . .see EPA's sludge/biosolids pathways of risk from sludge pathogens - Chapter 2 - EPA

Friday, August 14, 2009

It's not the flu that kills - it is the secondary infection (MRSA?)

Why does this matter? Because in 1918, many of the deaths were not directly due to the influenza virus. Instead, they were caused by ’secondary’ bacterial infections that ordinarily wouldn’t have killed people:

Their findings are striking in the context of modern conceptions of the 1918 pandemic; the great majority of deaths could be attributed to secondary bacterial pneumonia caused by common respiratory pathogens, particularly pneumococci, group A streptococci, and staphylococci, and not to the virus itself. In fact, although evidence of severe viral bronchiolitis was found, often the primary viral insult appeared to be resolving at the time of the secondary infection responsible for the fatality. Their conclusions are strengthened by the remarkable consistency in theme, if not details, displayed across the many studies reviewed and the inclusion in their review of not only gross pathologic findings but blood and lung tissue culture data. In only 4% of the more than 8000 cases reviewed was no bacterial superinfection documented.

The article also reports that K. pneumoniae was implicated in the deaths of these patients (although it was less frequent than the Gram-positives), along with other Gram-negatives, such as E. coli. And if we can’t treat these patients due to antibiotic resistance, the number of deaths which are kicked started by influenza, but utlimately due to bacterial infection, will be higher than anyone is currently thinking about.



Complete article: It’s not the Flu that kills you, it’s the secondary infection (MRSA?)

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Arsenic, MRSA and Swine Flu

CLICK: Marla


According to a 1999 study by the National Academy of Sciences, arsenic in drinking water causes bladder, lung and skin cancer, and may cause kidney and liver cancer. The study also found that arsenic harms the central and peripheral nervous systems, as well as heart and blood vessels, and causes serious skin problems. It also may cause birth defects and reproductive problems.



Arsenic in Drinking Water



Tap water in 25 states contains arsenic. Check below:



List of 25 states with arsenic




Not only does arsenic in our tap water pose significant health risks, it leaves us susceptible to swine flu.



CLICK: Swine Flu Linked Susceptibility Linked to Arsenic Exposure
CLICK: Swine Flu: Influenza A (H1N1) Susceptibility Linked To Common Levels Of Arsenic Exposure 05/09
CLICK: Arsenic exposure aids the swine flu virus 05/09
CLICK: Swine Flu And Levels Of Arsenic Exposure Explored 05/09




Swine flu increased 34% in 1 week.



CDC: US swine flu cases rise 7/2/09




Swine flu leaves us susceptible to MRSA.



Swine Flu And MRSA Infections
Kid's Fatal Flu
H1N1 MRSA Can Be a Dangerous Combination





Do not forget that MRSA is airborne as well as waterborne - spread by contact or even by sneezing, coughing, talking:





More evidence of MRSA's airborne spread
Waterborne disease and outbreaks
What is airborne MRSA?
U.S. Food & Drug: Staphylococcus aureus
Significance of Airborne Transmission
How is MRSA infection transmitted?
Airborne Transmission of MRSA
Airborne and Direct Contact Diseases
Airborne MRSA




The combination of swine flu and MRSA is deadly.



CLICK: Swine flu combined with superbug could kill thousands
CLICK: Swine flu facts: Are secondary bacterial infections like MRSA the bigger danger?




Here in Fresno, CA we have 3 confirmed cases of swine flu so far. That is scary, since residents are in double jeopardy of far worse:



1. MRSA is KNOWINGLY being spread via raw sewage discharges behind secret replacement of our water system by a group not authorized, licensed or using safety precautions. Instead of help, public records are altered to cover up the evidence as doctors and hospitals continue being blamed.



2. Fresno's water does contain arsenic.



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The truth about other hazardous chemicals is covered up.



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Swine flu is bad enough, but introducing it into an environment such as this i.e., sewage pollution and arsenic in the tap water can be nothing less than a death sentence.



Surely you can see how easy it would be to wipe out entire cities via the water system. The City of Fresno and their fake work crew are having public records altered to cover up the secret replacement of the water system, which entails discharging of raw sewage.  Residents cannot protect themselves from what they do not know, so the lies continue to escalate, along with the health consequences.




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BONUS: Sewage pollution is linked to asthma. Here in Fresno aka: "Asthma Capital of CA", 1 in 6 school children carry inhalers. According to online sources, children with asthma will be first in line should swine flu vaccinations become mandatory.



Children and Pregnant Women Targeted in U.S. Swine Flu Mass Vaccination Program 7/12/09

Friday, August 15, 2008

MRSA Breeds in Raw Sewage

Workers at industrial wastewater treatment plants are exposed to airborne bacteria and endotoxins.

According to the link below, wastewater treatment plants may now constitute the principal and expanding source of MDRB (multi-drug resistant bacteria.) Contrary to popular myth, many pathogens survive their passage through a sewer treatment plant thus, remaining to constitute an increased public health risk. Studies reported in the scientific and medical literature date back to at least 1970 showing failure of treatment.

MRSA is potentially deadly - easily spread by contact, it is also airborne and waterborne. Despite this information, Fresno's Dept. of Public Works continues to discharge toxic, infectious, disease-carrying raw sewage onto private property while lying to unsuspecting residents about the cause. Well aware of the trail of illness, infections, lung/respiratory, amputation and death, they continue operating in this manner rather than give residents a chance to protect themselves or their belongings from the nightmare they are creating. This is behind "secret" water diversion, as the public is told of a "water shortage."


For complete article re: Sludge Watch ==> Multi resistant bacteria develop in sewage treatment plants see link below:

http://list.web.net/archives/sludgewatch-l/2005-January/000421.html

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

MRSA - waterborne and airborne!

Staphylococcus aureus breeds in raw sewage. Now add this up, Fresno, CA!


- Deliberate sewage back spills behind felony altering of sewer and water lines throughout town

- After inhaling deadly bacteria, including life-threatening MRSA spores, it can be spread by sneezing, coughing, talking
- Fresno - the only city in the entire nation to react to the escalation in MRSA by increasing benefits for THEMSELVES while filing a Restraining Order against someone for reporting what appears to be a significant contributor to the nightmare
- Fresno - where 2 of the biggest health issues are asthma and heart disease, both blamed on pollution, no mention of SEWAGE pollution, which is linked to both


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http://www.blurtit.com/q886235.html

Q: What Is Airborne MRSA And Can You Get It?

A: MRSA stands for Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. It is a form of bacteria that is responsible for infections in humans. The word is actually Airborne MRSA. It is not a disease itself but it is one of the many modes of transmission of this infection. Airborne MRSA is a new concept about the spread of the disease according to which MRSA can be spread through the air. This is because the bacteria is usually found on the skin of patients and skin cells are replaced after 30 days. This shedding of skin can result in millions of skin cells in the air and if you have the infection, it will spread with the skin cells, causing someone else to suffer.
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http://www.cfsan.fda.gov/~mow/chap3.html

U.S. Food & Drug: Staphylococcus aureus

Staphylococci exist in air, dust, sewage, water, milk, and food or on food equipment, environmental surfaces, humans, and animals. Humans and animals are the primary reservoirs. Staphylococci are present in the nasal passages and throats and on the hair and skin of 50 percent or more of healthy individuals. This incidence is even higher for those who associate with or who come in contact with sick individuals and hospital environments.
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http://www.gradingandexcavation.com/ow_0711_guest.html

"As Pure as the Fallen Snow" by Henry Vere

When one considers the pathogen multiplication within sewer plants and also within their byproducts, disbursement into the environment, the transfer to background organisms, hence to man and his animals, then the remultiplication within the human flora, the emerging picture is worrisome.

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Inhaling MRSA spores - spread by sneezing / couging

"Contracting MRSA"
"Staphylococcus Aureua, or Staph, bacteria is present in about 30 percent of people, according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC). But this does not mean someone is infected.Staph is most commonly found in the nose or outlying areas on the skin and can often live without harming its host, but it has become more threatening. Staph is the main cause for skin infections in the U.S., and it is becoming more resistant to treatment. Some signs of a staph infection are boils or sores on the skin, but it can also infect the bloodstream and internal organs."


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"Two ways of contracting the infection according to General Hospital in Wilkes-Barre are touch and droplet. Touch means someone can get it through physical contact with a patient, and droplet means someone can get it from droplets in the air, like from coughing."If they have touch, we only have to wear gloves and a gown when we go in the room, but if it is droplet, then we have to wear a mask too," said Post. A blood test can determine which of these the patient has."

For complete article, click on link.

The reason for this blog is due to a situation taking place in Fresno, CA. Exposure to toxic, infectious, disease-carrying raw sewage discharges behind secret replacement of the city water system.  Rather than any notice or chance to protect one's self or belongings, sewage is discharged, followed by the City of Fresno's risk analyst LYING about the cause. Records are then altered to cover up the evidence. Deadly bacteria as well as pathogens from MRSA are airborne. So in addition to direct contact, it is also being contracted by inhaling. Is it any wonder that last year, according to one local physician, staph in Fresno TRIPLED!

The City of Fresno (Dept. of Public Works) went as far as to discredit their own records in order to keep this operation covered up. But do they even know which records they are disputing? Their altered plat maps no longer line up to the sewer layouts. (At this point, I suspect they are altering the sewer layouts so their secret operation is not detected again.)

As the rate of staph increased in Fresno, city officials increased medical benefits for themselves, while instructing the public to "wash their hands." No amount of hand washing is enough for anything as horrendous as this - being carried out by a group who is not even licensed, no less. No permits or inspections - no safety precautions. They even have "planted" residents who will serve as their "credible witnesses" that nothing took place, should they be caught. You can see how their names and trails intertwine in public records - the criminal networking behind this is massive.

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