Guide
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Antibiotics are useless to make the treatment of viral infections.Drugs of this type do not cure colds, flu, most cases of acute bronchitis and sore throat, are not caused by streptococci.It is useless to use medicines for the treatment of the common cold, as well as to treat most ear infections known.Generally these immune diseases are cured or alternative drugs other groups.
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Before the use of antibiotics, be sure to consult your doctor.This is due to the fact that the use of antimicrobials unnecessarily for the treatment of conditions not caused by bacteria.Excessive use of funds may negatively affect the course of illness and human immunity.When frequent administration group at a specific orga
nism to develop resistance, and thus in need of treatment effect of the bacterial lesions may be insufficient.In such a case, the physician may need to find an alternative drug, which may also be less efficient.Thus, you should not use antibiotics without a preliminary analysis.
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Antibacterials Antibiotics are divided into broad and narrow spectrum of action.Broad-spectrum antibiotics ("Ampicillin" "Tetracycline", "Chloramphenicol") shall be appointed, if necessary, treatment of bacterial destruction that was caused by an unknown type of pathogen.Thus, this group of funds used in meningitis or inflammation of the lungs when the doctor can not determine the particular strain of pathogenic bacteria.Formulations narrow spectrum ("Penicillin" "Oxacillin" "Erythromycin") focused on the treatment of specific infections and more effective with respect to certain diseases.
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Antibiotics are effective against a condition caused by staphylococcus, streptococcus.The drugs treat infections, sexually transmitted infections, infections of the respiratory tract (pneumonia, lung abscess, some bronchitis), sepsis, endocarditis, CNS, peritonitis, pyelonephritis, cystitis, prostatitis, purulent skin and mucous membranes.Drugs able to cope with diseases of bones and joints (eg osteomyelitis), otitis media, lesions of the bile ducts and postoperative complications as a result of infection during surgery.