Can Mupirocin Be Used on Ringworm?


Mupirocin can't be used on ring worm because it's not effective against infections caused by viruses, fungi, or other organisms. It's only effective on bacterial Infections like impetigo and methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus. You need a specific anti-fungal cream to eliminate the ringworm.
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