What type of medication is used to kill bacterial infections?
anti bacterial medication is used to kill the anti bacterial infection.
Asked in Conditions and Diseases, Biology
What is the role of antiseptics in bacterial infections?
Antiseptics kill bacteria in bacterial infections. They also prevent any other germs from entering the site of the infection such as in a cut. ...
Asked in Medication and Drugs, Antibiotics
Should this antibiotic be administered to humans with bacterial infections?
No, it would kill the intestinal flora
Antibiotic agents are used to treat viral infections true or false?
False. In fact, the prescription of antibiotics for viral infections is suspected as the reason that there is a rise in antibiotic resistant bacteria in the Western world. Antibiotics 'kill' bacterial infections. Antivirals 'kill' viral infections. ...
What is the function of antibiotics?
The function of antibiotics is to kill bacterial infections or to prevent then from growing. Antibiotics are not effective at killing viral infections. Penicillin is a popular type of antibiotic. ...
Asked in Antibiotics, Yeast Infections
What type of antibiotic is used to cure yeast infections?
None. Antibiotics are only used for bacterial infections. You need an anti-fungal drug to kill a fungal infection. ...
Asked in Vaccinations, Science
Why are bacterial infections treatable?
Most bacterial infections are treatable because most bacteria are susceptible to antibiotics. i.e. Antibiotics kill the bacteria without killing the patient. The other common form of infections, viruses are much harder to "kill" without harming the patient. Antiviral drugs are making progress but they still have a long way to go before they are as effective as antibiotics. ...
What is a cream recipe which addresses yeast bacterial and fungal dog ear infections?
You should take your dog to a vet and have the vet give you some medication for your dog, possibly Otomax Ointment, that will kill any Fungal and/or Bacterial based ear infections. ...
Asked in Health, Medication and Drugs, Antibiotics
Can antibiotics cause uti?
Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) are caused by bacteria. Antibiotics kill bacterial infections, not cause them. Antibiotics are used to treat UTIs, and in no way can cause them, since they kill bacteria that cause the infection to begin with. ...