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A medicine, that was designed to rinse dog's ears, can inhibit the growth of an antibiotic resistant bacteria called MRSP. "We are currently investigating the effect of this product on other bacterial species", says docent Merja Rantala.
Canine otic rinse inhibits the growth of antibiotic resistant MRSP bacteria | University of Helsinki helsinki.fi

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus pseudintermedius (MRSP) is a common bacterium in canine ear and skin infections. Based on laboratory trials, the antimicrobial effect of a resin-based otic rinse product on MRSP bacteria is significant.