Will clotrimazole and betamethasone dipropionate cream treat a staph infection of the skin?

will clotrimazole and betamethasone dipropionate cream treat a staph infection of the skin?
Answers:    Staph infections are caused by bacterial and clitrimazole is an anti-fungal cream and betamethasone dipropionate is to help near itching and inflamation so I would say no.
Unfortunately, no. It would have to be an antibiotic and the cream you mentioned is a combination of anti-fungal/ steroid crm. You call for to have a Dr. take a culture to even know if it is staph. Once they carry the results of the culture from the lab, they can tell you the specific antibiotic that will take aid of the infection...otherwise you are just playing a guessing game because not every antibiotic is susceptible to staph. (By the means of access, there are two kinds of staph- methicillin resistant and methicillin sensitive, next to the sensitive being less severe)