Antibiotics

Bacterial infection is a widespread problem which occurs in millions of living organisms. They are a small form of organisms commonly present everywhere and they cannot be seen by the naked eyes.

Most of the bacteria are not harmful to our body hence they are used in our daily life in foods such as pickle, curd, cheese, wine, meat etc. There are few species of bacteria which are dangerous to our health and cause wide range of bacterial infections such as urinary tract infection, tuberculosis, plague, cholera etc. Bacterial infection is caused by a bacterium that destroys cells and tissues and produces toxic substance so that the body cannot function normally. 

Most of the bacterial infections are cured within few days without any treatment but for severe infections, antibiotics are required. Antibiotics are the synthetic substances with specific chemicals that either stop the bacteria from multiplying or kill the bacteria by interfering with the bacterial cell wall. They are also effective against some viral infections such as cold and cough caused by flu. 

Anti-biotic medications are accessible to effectively treat infections caused by bacteria. Medications such as Zithromax, Suprax, Minocycline, Biaxin, Ceftin, Cipro, Cleocin, Omnicef, Sporanox, Garamycin, Sumycin, Pentids, Septilin, Rocephin, Tindamax, Metrogel, Keflex, Bactroban, Augmentin, Levaquin, Amoxil, Avelox, Tetracycline, Bactrim, Doxycycline, Eryc and Floxin are used to treat a wide range of bacterial infections.

Other then medications, you also need to follow some important steps to stay away from bacterial infections such as wash food and vegetables before eating, wash your hands properly before eating food and using contraceptive during intimacy session to avoid bacterial infection. Use of antibiotics and following safety precautions can save millions of people. 

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