Antibiotics of the fluoroquinolones group

Fluoroquinolones Antimicrobials, in whichchemical substances were created artificially. The beginning of entry into our life, in the form of the 2nd generation of drugs of this group (ofloxacin, ciprofloxacin), are considered the 80th years of the XX century. Their distinctive feature was the widest range of actions in the aspect of fighting microbes, bacteria, as … Read more

Tracheitis antibiotics

When tracheitis, antibiotics are prescribed only in the case when inflammation of the trachea has a bacterial or viral-bacterial nature. In other cases, for example if the inflammation of the trachea caused only by a virus or fungus, antibiotics will not produce positive therapeutic effect. A few words about the disease It should be noted … Read more

Cephalosporin series of antibiotics

COMPOSITION 1 ml of the preparation contains active substance: Ceftiofur (as ceftiofur hydrochloride) – 50 mg. Additional ingredients. PHARMACOLOGICAL PROPERTIES Ceftiofur is an antibiotic of the cephalosporin series of the third generation. It has a wide spectrum of action, and is active against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria, including strains producing β-lactamase, and some anaerobes, including: … Read more

Antibiotics and milk

When your doctor has prescribed antibiotics, be sure that nothing you eat or drink will interfere with the efficacy of the medication. Some foods or liquids can hinder a medication from doing its intended job. Sometimes this occurs by a food blocking the absorption of the drug entirely, by slowing down the absorption, or by … Read more

Fluoroquinolone series of antibiotics

The main article for this category is Quinolone antibiotic . Wikimedia Commons has media related to Fluoroquinolone antibiotics. Pages in category “Fluoroquinolone antibiotics” The following 41 pages are in this category, out of 41 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). A Abdullahi v. Pfizer, Inc. Alatrofloxacin Amifloxacin B Balofloxacin Besifloxacin C … Read more

Tonsillitis antibiotics

Tonsillitis is usually caused by a virus and does not require prescription medicine. For information on over-the-counter pain medicine and other self-care options, see Home Treatment. An antibiotic, usually amoxicillin or penicillin, is used to treat tonsillitis caused by strep bacteria. Although tonsillitis caused by strep bacteria usually will go away on its own, antibiotics … Read more

Antibiotics from tonsillitis

How to Get rid of Tonsils? Tonsillitis is contagious health problem which is caused by virus and bacteria. It is an infection of the tonsils, two pads of tissue at the back of the throat. Bacteria like streptococcal can cause swollen sore throat. If this infection left untreated can lead you to a serious problem. This infection is … Read more

Antibiotics for prolonged coughing

Plain language summary Cough is the most common symptom which presents to doctors. Some people recommend treating prolonged moist cough with antibiotics. Two small RCTs were available for analysis although both have methodological flaws. They found that treatment with antibiotics for prolonged moist cough in children was beneficial with one clinical cure for every three … Read more

Antibiotics to the child

Suitable antibiotics For ASIs for For cold For cold For cough General rules for taking medications Cold and acute respiratory viral infection the average child is ill at least 1-2 times per year. Usually it happens when the season suitable for the diseases begins – spring or autumn. And often the parents have a question, … Read more