Is the flu caused by a bacterial or viral infection?
Influenza, or flu, is caused by a viral infection. That's one reason why antibiotics don't help when you have the flu. ...
Influenza is what one localized infection or bacterial infection or systemic infection?
Influenza, is a bacterial infection.
Asked in Chickenpox, Tuberculosis, Rabies
Are tuberculosis rabies and chickenpox bacterial or viral?
Chickenpox and rabies are viral, and tuberculosis is bacterial.
Asked in Swine Flu (H1N1/09)
Is bronchitis a symptom of Swine Flu?
It might be, but usually the congestion and coughing are caused first by the influenza viral infection. Bronchitis usually is a separate infection and can be viral or bacterial (most often bacterial). It is more often a secondary condition caused by the flu rather than a sign of the flu. ...
Asked in Microbiology, Antibiotics
What treats bacterial diseases but not viral diseases?
Antibiotics treat bacterial infections but not viral infection.