antibiotic

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  • People who are very young or very old may also need antibiotics.
  • The rate of development is far lower in individuals who have received antibiotic treatment.
  • There does not appear to be any benefit from also using antibiotics in most cases.
  • Antibiotics tend to be used when local measures cannot be carried out immediately.
  • The importance of antibiotics to medicine has led to much research into their discovery and production.
  • Treatment is difficult and requires administration of multiple antibiotics over a long period of time.
  • Other antibiotics simply lack advantage over those already in use, or have no other practical applications.
  • However, treatment with such antibiotics has been associated with high failure rates.
  • He would devote most of his later life to the research of antibiotics.
  • He took antibiotics for this condition, but they affected his health.
  • However, most fish farming operations still use antibiotics, many of which escape into the surrounding environment.
  • If acted upon quickly, antibiotics can have a very positive effect.
  • In most cases, the disease resolves within four to eight days without antibiotics.
  • The widespread use of silver went out of fashion with the development of antibiotics.
  • However, some antibiotics have been associated with a range of adverse side effects.
  • The antibiotic therapy can go on for many months or even years.
  • A course of one week of antibiotics is usually sufficient to treat the condition.
  • Nearly half of the antibiotics used are nearly identical to ones given to humans.
  • Topical antibiotics may be needed only if no improvement is observed after three days.
  • The use of antibiotics in animals can be classified into different use patterns according to its purpose.
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Meaning of antibiotic

  • noun A chemical substance derivable from a mold or bacterium that can kill microorganisms and cure bacterial infections
    when antibiotics were first discovered they were called wonder drugs
  • adjective Of or relating to antibiotic drugs