Antibiotic sentence example

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  • They changed the antibiotic again.
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  • This antibiotic seems to be working better than the previous one.
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  • An antibiotic is not necessary when your illness is caused by a virus.
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  • Penicillin was the first true antibiotic to be discovered.
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  • Strep throat is caused by bacteria, which means you need an antibiotic medication to get better.
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  • Conjunctivitis due to a viral infection, particularly those due to adenoviruses, are usually treated by applying warm compresses to the affected area and using topical antibiotic ointments to prevent secondary bacterial infections.
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  • Because children with Marfan are at increased risk for infective endocarditis, they must take a prophylactic dose of an antibiotic before having dental work or minor surgery, as these procedures may allow bacteria to enter the bloodstream.
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  • The topical steroid may be combined with a topical antibiotic.
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  • Antibiotic treatment is recommended if there is evidence of infection (e.g. pus).
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  • Antibiotic rationale The relative infrequency of the condition means that robust clinical data are not available to guide treatment choices.
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  • In one small trial guggul produced encouraging results when compared to the antibiotic tetracycline in the treatment of acne 6.
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  • Routine antibiotic use post tonsillectomy is another contentious issue.
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  • This study has shown that an urgent review of dental undergraduate and postgraduate education in antibiotic prescribing is required.
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  • Janice gagged at the vile taste of the antibiotic pill. 
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  • The first thing to do in the event of a severe rash is take the baby to the doctor who will likely prescribe an antibiotic cream and provide care instructions.
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  • When the good bacteria in the intestinal flora are killed off through antibiotic use, yeast can begin to proliferate, which may develop into a rash.
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  • Cats can be prone to them and it doesn't sound like the vet has tried putting her on an antibiotic to treat a possible rhinitis infection.
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  • In case of mastitis, a cow will normally be administered an antibiotic.
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  • In most instances the disease will respond if the secondary causes are treated and a broad-spectrum antibiotic is used.
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  • Depending on the cause this may require steroid or antibiotic eyedrops.
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  • With an EU ban on antibiotic growth promoters in animal feed from 2006, alternatives need to be found urgently.
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  • Hence, the US Centers for Disease Control does not recommend antibiotic prophylaxis even for high-risk travelers.
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  • There are also risks associated with the use of antibiotic prophylaxis.
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  • Antibiotic treatment is recommended if there is evidence of infection (e.g. pus ).
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  • The individual concerned showed transient pyrexia, flu-like symptoms and sinusitis, but after antibiotic treatment made a full recovery.
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  • Antibiotic prophylaxis as practiced for the prevention of wound sepsis is more than adequate.
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  • The disease can be fatal but responds well to antibiotic therapy using tetracyclines if given early enough.
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  • The recombinase is placed under the control of a promoter that responds to an external chemical, say, the antibiotic tetracycline.
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  • This usually involves a topical antibiotic cream, such as metronidazole, or oral tetracycline.
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  • Antibiotic treatment is usually reserved for true cellulitis, purulent wound drainage or presence of abscess.
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  • Systemic antibiotic prophylaxis should probably be given to men undergoing transurethral resection of the prostate.
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  • The evidence that antibiotic treatment can help to prevent some of the sequelae of toxoplasmosis infection is unfortunately contradictory.
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  • The effect of antibiotic therapy on recovery after tonsillectomy in children, a controlled study.
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  • Otherwise the antibiotic loses its effect.
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  • If you do develop symptoms, you will need an antibiotic.
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  • One promising avenue of research for tea tree oil is in the fight against antibiotic resistant bacteria.
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  • In particular, the antibiotic tetracycline is well-known to cause discolorations of the tooth enamel, especially in children.
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  • In modern times garlic is being rediscovered as a natural antibiotic, antiviral, and anti-fungal supplement.
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  • Another of the benefits of garlic supplements is that the garlic is a powerful, broad spectrum antibiotic.
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  • The bacteria does not appear to be able to develop a resistance to the substances in garlic that kill it off making garlic a very effective antibiotic over a long period of time.
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  • Moreover, hormones and antibiotic residues in dairy-based probiotic foods are just as much a problem for your body as other processed foods.
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  • In addition, you might also want to invest in a mini first-aid kit with some topical antibiotic cream and Band-Aids.
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  • If they are infected, your vet may want to follow up with an antibiotic, something your groomer cannot provide or prescribe.
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  • I think you should take her to your vet and get an antibiotic to help clear the infection.
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  • If so, that would allow the bacteria to overwhelm the antibiotic, rendering it ineffective.
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  • If this is the case, your vet will need to prescribe a stronger antibiotic to continue treatment.
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  • A urinary tract infection is common after breeding, and is fairly easy to treat with an antibiotic.
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  • Chicken, lamb and turkey that are hormone and antibiotic free.
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  • Organic foods have no chemical or antibiotic residues and are the best choice when buying dog food.
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  • Patients may receive a prescription for an antibiotic to prevent infection, and the doctor may require them to rinse their mouths with an antiseptic solution for several days following the procedure.
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  • Patients with heart disease need prophylactic antibiotic for any dental work or medical procedures they undergo.
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  • Pregnant and nursing mothers should be careful about using medications, as some, like the antibiotic tetracycline, can cause tooth discoloration.
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  • Similarly, the use of anticancer medications, immunosuppressants, and the antibiotic chloramphenicol are also considered risk factors for developing acute leukemias.
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  • An antibiotic (usually trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole) is sometimes given to children with Wegener's granulomatosis to control flares, or recurrences of the disease.
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  • Initiating antibiotic therapy at least four hours before birth allows medication to become concentrated enough to protect the baby during passage through the birth canal.
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  • Antibiotic therapy, begun when symptoms first appear, may increase a patient's chance of survival.
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  • Candida is a common cause of vaginal infections in adolescent girls, especially when the normal populations of the bacteria Lactobacilli have been reduced due to antibiotic use, allowing the overgrowth of Candida.
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  • An antibiotic cannot help to cure a virus; a virus has to be left to run its course.
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  • Patients need to take the entire amount of antibiotic prescribed, even after symptoms of the sore throat improve.
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  • Cessation of the antibiotic early can lead to a return of the sore throat.
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  • Treatment is with antibiotic and antimicrobial drugs.
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  • Transmission of toxoplasmosis from the mother to the fetus may be prevented or reduced if the mother takes the antibiotic spiramycin.
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  • Later in a pregnancy, if the fetus has contracted the disease, treatment with the antibiotic pyrimethamine (Daraprim, Fansidar) and folinic acid (an active form of folic acid) may be effective.
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  • Antibiotic therapy is not useful in viral illness.
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  • However, the overall risk to people who have been exposed, even without antibiotic use, is probably no more than 1 to 2 percent.
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  • These organisms can then be grown and identified in the laboratory so that the proper antibiotic can be given to the patient.
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  • The elements of the program are surgery, antibiotic treatment, facial cleansing and improved personal hygiene, and environmental improvements.
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  • The choice of antibiotic depends on the particular organism or organisms found.
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  • Antibiotic treatment may be prolonged and aggressive.
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  • Antibiotic treatment shortens the course of the illness in small children but may not do so in adolescents or adults.
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  • If the corneal abrasion is very small and superficial, then the application of mild antibiotic drops three to four times a day for a few days to a week is sufficient to prevent an infection.
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  • At bedtime, an antibiotic ointment, which will remain on the eye longer, may be necessary for deep abrasions.
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  • Antibiotic ointments may be used to treat secondary bacterial infection of lesions.
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  • If the fever is high enough for concern, physicians may prescribe a broad spectrum antibiotic as initial treatment rather than waiting for the results of all diagnostic tests.
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  • Chloramphenicol was the first antibiotic successfully used to treat salmonella food poisoning.
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  • With effective antibiotic therapy, patients feel better in 24 to 48 hours, the temperature returns to normal in three to five days, and the patient is generally recovered by ten to 14 days.
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  • Minor burns are usually treated with topical antibiotic ointment and dressings.
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  • Streptomycin-An antibiotic used to treat tuberculosis.
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  • The doctor will prescribe an antibiotic because there is normally a large amount of bacteria present in the mouth.
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  • For those with a history of antibiotic use in the preceding two months, stool samples need to be examined for the toxins that cause antibiotic-associated colitis.
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  • Initially, acute inflammation of the middle ear with effusion is treated with one or two courses of antibiotic drugs.
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  • Abscess infections, especially of bone, are difficult to treat and require long term antibiotic therapy to prevent a reoccurrence of infection.
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  • The bacteria can then be identified, and results from antibiotic sensitivity tests on the bacteria will determine the appropriate treatment to be prescribed.
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  • The physician may then prescribe the most effective antibiotic.
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  • After the culture, however, the physician may initiate early treatment by prescribing a broad spectrum antibiotic to be started before results of the culture are available.
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  • After the organism has been identified and sensitivity testing has indicated the most effective antibiotic, a different, more specific antibiotic can be prescribed.
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  • Physicians may prescribe a broad spectrum antibiotic as initial treatment rather than waiting for culture results.
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  • When the culture results are available and sensitivity tests indicate a more effective antibiotic, the physician will likely prescribe a new antibiotic specific for the strep or other organism identified.
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  • Uncomplicated impetigo is usually treated with a topical antibiotic cream called mupirocin.
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  • The type of meningitis contracted will determine the specific antibiotic used.
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  • Antibiotic resistance has complicated treatment."
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  • Pus is drained only if there is an abscess and usually after the child has begun antibiotic treatment.
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  • An antibiotic ointment or petroleum jelly may be applied to the site.
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  • The next step is to apply antibiotic ointment and a sterile bandage to the wound.
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  • In dysentery, the infection is located in the colon, cells and tissues are destroyed, inflammation is present, and antibiotic therapy is usually required.
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  • Sometimes, antibiotic ointment, sulphonimide, or drops are used.
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  • In cases of bacterial conjunctivitis, a physician may prescribe an antibiotic eye ointment or eye drops containing sodium sulfacetamide (Sulamyd) to be applied daily for seven to 14 days.
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  • If, after 72 hours, the condition does not improve, a physician or primary care provider should be notified, because the bacteria involved may be resistant to the antibiotic used or the cause may not be bacterial.
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  • With accompanying chlamydia infection, a topical antibiotic ointment containing erythromycin (Ilotycin) may be prescribed to be applied one to two times daily.
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  • Gram-negative organisms are found more frequently in chronic mastoiditis, and in young infants, which may be due to prolonged antibiotic therapy.
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  • Patients will need to remain on some regular dose of antibiotic to prevent recurrence of RF.
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  • This can mean a small daily dose of antibiotic by mouth or an injection every three to four weeks.
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  • Prevention of the development of RF involves proper diagnosis of initial strep throat infections and adequate treatment within 10 days with an appropriate antibiotic.
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  • Prevention of RF recurrence requires continued antibiotic treatment, perhaps for life.
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  • Because the human mouth contains a variety of bacteria, the doctor may order a laboratory culture in order to choose the most effective antibiotic.
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  • Patients with severe closed-fist injuries may need inpatient treatment in addition to an intravenous antibiotic.
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  • The cause of dermatomyositis is as of 2004 unknown, but viral infection and antibiotic use are associated with the condition.
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  • Iron and calcium are known to bind to drugs of the tetracycline family and inactivate the antibiotic.
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  • It is important to identify these children, so that antibiotic treatment can be used to prevent the development of infection and kidney damage.
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  • It is important that parents of children with VUR understand the importance of following the instructions for antibiotic administration.
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  • E., et al. "Azithromycin compared with betalactam antibiotic treatment failures in pneumococcal infections of children."
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  • Among the products that contain one or more of these ingredients are Bactroban (a prescription item), Neosporin, Polysporin, and triple antibiotic ointment or cream.
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  • When treating a wound, it is not enough to simply apply a topical antibiotic.
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  • After the antibiotic is applied, the wound should be covered with a dressing, such as a bandage or a protective gel or spray.
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  • The recommended dosage depends on the type of topical antibiotic.
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  • More than the recommended amount should not be used, and the antibiotic should not be applied more often than three times a day.
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  • Because bacteria reproduce so quickly, these defenses can be rapidly passed on through generations of bacteria until almost all are immune to the effects of a particular antibiotic.
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  • For the topical antibiotic to work best, it should be used only to prevent infection in a fresh wound, not to treat an infection that has already started.
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  • If the wound has not healed in five days, the antibiotic should be discontinued and a doctor called.
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  • Special prescription antibiotic products are available for treating eye infections.
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  • Some people may be allergic to one or more ingredients in a topical antibiotic product.
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  • A woman who is pregnant or breastfeeding or who plans to become pregnant should check with her physician before using a topical antibiotic.
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  • Anyone who has unusual symptoms after using a topical antibiotic should get in touch with the physician who prescribed or the pharmacist who recommended the medication.
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  • Anyone who is using any other type of prescription or nonprescription (over-the-counter) medicine on the skin should check with a doctor before using a topical antibiotic.
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  • If an oral antibiotic is prescribed, it must be taken for the full course of treatment, usually 10 to 14 days, even if the symptoms are no longer present.
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  • Any child should stay in a doctors office or near medical care for a period of time after receiving injections of an antibiotic or vaccine.
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  • Patients who have very mild cases of shigellosis may improve without any antibiotic therapy; therefore, these drugs are indicated only for treatment of moderate or severe disease, as found in the tropics.
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  • Choice of antibiotic is based on the type of bacteria found in the geographical area and on laboratory results.
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  • Taken internally, this herb is believed to have antibiotic properties and is also thought to strengthen the immune system.
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  • Hyper-IgM syndrome appears during the first year of life when the child develops recurrent infections of the respiratory tract that do not respond to standard antibiotic treatment, along with chronic diarrhea.
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  • The child develops a series of severe ear, throat, or chest infections that do not clear up with standard antibiotic treatment.
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  • Treatment of a local infection from piercing includes warm compresses and antibacterial ointment for local infections to a five-day course of oral antibiotic therapy.
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  • Minor infections respond well to antibiotic therapy, while blood-borne diseases such as hepatitis B and C cause life-altering results.
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  • The children of mothers who give birth outside the traditional hospital setting should contact their healthcare provider regarding the necessity of prophylactic antibiotic drops.
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  • Finally, the sexual partners of individuals with inclusion conjunctivitis must also be receive antibiotic treatment.
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  • Antibiotic eye drops only may not be sufficient to prevent inclusion conjunctivitis in the newborn if the mother is infected with chlamydia.
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  • If a secondary bacterial infection is present, the infection is treated with an antibiotic.
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  • Patients need to take the entire amount of antibiotic prescribed.
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  • Stopping the antibiotic early can lead to a return of the infection.
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  • The bacteria can then be identified and, by performing antibiotic sensitivity tests on the bacteria, appropriate treatment can usually be prescribed.
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  • If the results of culture and sensitivity positively identify the causative bacteria, an antibiotic is prescribed for that demonstrated sensitivity.
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  • If the cause is thought to be a bacterial infection, such as strep throat, prophylactic antibiotic treatment is sometimes given once the infection has been treated to prevent recurrence.
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  • Vaccines should not be given to patients taking antibiotic drugs.
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  • People generally recover without antibiotic treatment, although they may feel tired for a week or so after the active symptoms subside.
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  • Patients need to take the entire amount of antibiotic prescribed and not discontinue taking the medication when they feel better.
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  • Stopping the antibiotic early can lead to a return of the strep infection.
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  • Erythromycin (Eryzole, Pediazole, Ilosone), another inexpensive antibiotic, is given to people who are allergic to penicillin.
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  • Food handlers should not work for the first 24 hours after antibiotic treatment, because strep infections are occasionally passed through contaminated food.
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  • People who have even a mild sore throat after a 10-day treatment with antibiotic should return to their doctor.
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  • Children who have strep throat should be kept out of daycare, school, activities, and other public places until they have been taking their antibiotic for a full 24 hours.
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  • They are allergic to gelatin or the antibiotic neomycin.
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  • A drug allergy is an adverse reaction to a medication, often an antibiotic, that is mediated by the body's immune system.
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  • For example, the antibodies of a child allergic to penicillin may cross-react with the antibiotic amoxicillin or nafcillin.
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  • Once antibiotic desensitization has been achieved, the full course of antibiotic treatment is followed.
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  • Garlic (Allium sativum) is a natural antibiotic.
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  • In some cases the woman is advised to take an antibiotic tablet following sexual intercourse.
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  • Antibiotic medications are used to treat acute sinusitis.
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  • After the ear has been irrigated, the doctor applies antibiotic ear drops to protect the ear from infection.
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  • An antibiotic sterile ointment and a patch may be prescribed.
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  • The duration of antibiotic treatment depends on the location and severity of the hemophilus infection.
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  • Germanium gives garlic its natural antibiotic properties.
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  • In fact, antibiotic use is discouraged for infants because bacteria could potentially release more toxin into a baby's system as they are killed.
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  • Bejel is usually completely curable with antibiotic treatment.
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  • Prior to the era of gamma globulin and antibiotic treatment, approximately 90 percent of XLA individuals died before the age of eight.
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  • Occasionally the site may become infected, requiring antibiotic treatment.
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  • The treatment for Lyme disease is antibiotic therapy.
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  • For example, after long-term antibiotic therapy, patients can become more susceptible to yeast infections.
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  • When symptoms indicate nervous system involvement or a severe episode of Lyme disease, an intravenous antibiotic (ceftriaxone, cefotaxime, ampicillin) may be given for four to six weeks or longer.
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  • For example, yogurt and Lactobacillus acidophilus preparations help fight yeast infections, which are common in patients on long-term antibiotic therapy.
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  • If aggressive antibiotic therapy is given early and the patient cooperates fully and sticks to the medication schedule, recovery should be complete.
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  • One effective treatment is topical tretinoin, used along with a topical or oral antibiotic.
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  • Treatment with the antibiotic erythromycin is helpful only at very early stages of whooping cough, during incubation and early in the catarrhal stage.
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  • Once the burned area is cleaned and treated with antibiotic cream or ointment, it is covered in sterile bandages, which are changed two to three times a day.
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  • It is a narrow-spectrum antibiotic, which can be destroyed by stomach acid, but it is still useful against anaerobic bacteria (bacteria that can live in the absence of air).
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  • Parents should verify that their children have an infection requiring antibiotic therapy.
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  • It is also the most frequent reason children receive antibiotic prescriptions or undergo surgery.
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  • If the decision is made to use an antibiotic, the usual recommendation is for amoxicillin, preferably at a dose of 80 to 90mg/kg/day.
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  • If OME persists for over three months, despite antibiotic treatment, the doctor may suggest a hearing test.
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  • Bacterial spectrum-The number of bacteria an antibiotic is effective against.
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  • Ashworth, M., et al. "Why has antibiotic prescribing for respiratory illness declined in primary care?"
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  • Carrat, F., et al. "Antibiotic treatment for influenza does not affect resolution of illness, secondary visits or lost workdays."
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  • These conditions usually clear up rapidly when treated with an antibiotic.
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  • Apply antibiotic ointment to the bite twice a day until it heals.
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  • If infection does occur, the doctor will prescribe antibiotic medications.
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  • Since a single bite wound may contain many different types of bacteria, no single antibiotic is always effective.
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  • One specific antibiotic, called rifampin, is especially likely to reduce the pill's effectiveness.
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  • However, what you actually need to do will depend on what antibiotic you're taking and how long you're taking it.
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  • Even if the antibiotic hasn't been proven to interfere with birth control, your doctor may recommend a backup method anyway, just in case.
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  • Since this infection can cause potentially fatal conditions in the baby, many doctors recommend treating the mother with an intravenous antibiotic during the delivery in order to prevent the infection from reaching the baby.
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  • A doctor may prescribe an antibiotic to prevent infection.
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  • After the tick is removed, rub some triple antibiotic ointment (the same kind used by humans) on the spot where the tick was removed from.
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  • Animal colostrum has been used for thousands of years as an antibiotic and as a means of supporting a healthy immune response.
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  • It's also the pills you popped after oral surgery or the antibiotic your doctor prescribed to clear up last year's strep throat.
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  • Additional antibiotic exposure comes from meat and dairy products.
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  • Once the antibiotic streptomycin was found to cure tuberculosis in 1944, the number of patients afflicted with the illness quickly began to decline.
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  • Which antibiotic your doctor chooses will depend on the appearance of the infection and on infection patterns in the region where you live.
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  • Most of the time, treatment will require taking antibiotic pills for a week or two.
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  • Small, superficial infections may be treatable with antibiotic creams.
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  • Essential oils, such as lavender and rosemary, not only help to pleasantly scent the salve, but also provide healing and antibiotic properties.
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  • Some artists swear by the use of Bacitracin, an antibiotic ointment that can prevent infection, while keeping a new tattoo moist.
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  • Usually, staph infections can be treated with a brief course of antibiotic pills.
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  • However, if the problem persists or worsens, you should visit your doctor for additional treatment and possibly a prescription for an antibiotic.
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  • An antibiotic, along with rinsing and keeping the area clean, could be the key to getting rid of the infection.
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  • Do not use antibiotic creams, and make sure commercial products such as spray tans or sunscreen are kept well away from the piercing site.
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  • Do not attempt to clear up an infection using topical or over-the-counter antibiotic creams.
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  • Adding a drop or two of tea tree oil to your soak as a natural antibiotic can help prevent recurrences.
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  • Never use topical antibiotic creams or solutions containing benzalkonium chloride such as Bactine or commercial "Piercing Solution", These products are not designed for use on puncture wounds.
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  • Antibiotic, steroid and oral contraceptive use can cause a bacterial disturbance in our system.
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  • A dermatologist can prescribe an antibiotic or even Acutane for acne and a hydrocortisone cream or Elidel for eczema.
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  • The first choice is usually antibiotic cream or antibiotic pills.
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  • It is can also be combined with other medications, such as the antibiotic erythromycin, to treat acne.
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  • Follow up with an application of an antibiotic ointment, such as Neosporin.
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  • You might also want to apply a topical hydrocortisone cream or antibiotic ointment.
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  • Apply a triple antibiotic ointment such as Neosporin as needed to reduce the risk of infection.
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  • The most basic oral acne treatment is the antibiotic tetracycline.
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  • Scratching may cause a serious skin infection that could require an antibiotic to treat.
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  • Dip a cotton swab in topical antibiotic ointment then tap the moistened swab on the cut.
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  • A triple antibiotic ointment contains a pain reducer that may sooth the wound.
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  • If you're wondering what is the quickest way to heal a cut, always keep the skin around your cut soft by applying antibiotic ointment once or twice a daily.
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  • A good combo is wash using hydrogen peroxide - this will kill off anything on the surface, then sprinkle with antibiotic powder.
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  • Research My research focus is on capsulated bacterial pathogens that colonize the nasopharynx and even with optimal antibiotic therapy cause mortality.
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  • At the very least a supply of antibiotic ointment should be ensured.
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  • In cases of external otitis (ear disease) your veterinary surgeon will probably prescribe an antibiotic preparation.
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  • The other lung was infected and they had switched to yet another antibiotic.
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  • No. This antibiotic seems to be working better, but it's strong and now she has a diarrhea.
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  • Tylosin is a macrolide antibiotic which acts by interfering with bacterial protein synthesis.
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  • We are analyzing the mechanisms and programming of antibiotic biosynthesis.
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  • The majority of the studies used bismuth alone or a single antibiotic alone.
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  • Antibiotic rationale A third-generation cephalosporin has the required spectrum of activity against the majority of likely pathogens and is an appropriate initial choice.
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  • There were already strains of bacteria that were becoming resistant to penicillin, so the arrival of the new antibiotic erythromycin was much welcomed.
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  • Main research interests are the molecular typing of bacteria and characterisation of antibiotic resistance genes.
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  • We can obviously use clauses 12-18 at run-time to veto a suggestion to use the antibiotic gentamicin in plan _ 1256.
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  • When honey is diluted, a special enzyme the bees have added produces hydrogen peroxide, a well-known antibiotic.
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  • Appropriate antibiotic therapy, often intravenous at first, is the mainstay of treatment and pain relief is also important.
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  • But sensitivity testing can be invaluable in guiding the choice of a more appropriate antibiotic where bacterial keratitis is progressive.
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  • She had received an antibiotic injection, and was running around looking slightly lopsided because she had lost half an ear.
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  • A bacterial endophyte of yellow lupine was modified with genes for degrading an organic pollutant along with genes for antibiotic and nickel resistance.
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  • The antibiotic metronidazole is given to about one in every 200 women to treat a condition called bacterial vaginosis.
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  • Other interests include emerging disease epidemiology, antibiotic resistance, and wildebeest migration.
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  • Whatever antibiotic is used, resistant mutants will be obtained.
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  • This is the observation by which the antibiotic penicillin was discovered.
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  • The antibiotic penicillin was the first to be isolated from the fungus penicillium notatum.
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  • The antibiotic, chloramphenicol and the anti-inflammatory, phenylbutazone are two examples.
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  • This article reports a case of endobronchial actinomycosis which failed to respond to appropriate antibiotic therapy.
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  • A sputum culture may be performed, particularly if the sputum is green or has blood in it, to determine whether a bacterial infection is present and to identify the disease-causing organism so that an appropriate antibiotic can be selected.
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  • Besides the use of throat cultures in diagnosis, the bacteria identified are used to determine antibiotic sensitivity, allowing physicians to select the most appropriate and effective antibiotic to treat a specific infection.
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