What causes a staphylococcus infection in the lungs?

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Staph infections in lungs, is caused by a bacterium called staphylococcus aureaus. This bacterium can live on the skin and when the skin gets injured by a cut, the bacterium enters directly into the bloodstream. It is carried to all parts of the body including the lungs, causing lung infection.
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