Most bacterial infections can be treated with antibiotics. Viral infections cannot be treated with antibiotics.
Although antibiotics can treat most infections and may help prevent others, premature death may result, typically due to repeated lung infections.
Most upper respiratory infections are viral and don't respond to antibiotics.
Antibiotics are known to cause yeast infections. Your doctor most likely placed you on antibiotics after your surgury to prevent infections. So the answer to your question is yes, it is plausable.
most commonly Fungal infections
Most bacterial infections are curable with antibiotics. You may need intraveinous antibiotics, but you'll be able to cure almost every infection.
Most pseudomonas infections can be successfully treated with antibiotics and surgery. In immunocompromised persons, however, P. aeruginosa infections have a high mortality rate.
You have very good antibiotics with most of the bacterial infections. Rarely you gate the drug resistant bacteria in hospital borne infections.
Antibiotics are effective against bacterial infections, not viral infections.
They are usually bacterial; that is why antibiotics are prescribed for them.
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.
Meningococcal disease, like most bacterial infections, is treated with antibiotics. Some antibiotics which are effective against it are benzylpenicillin and cefotaxime.
Antibiotics kill bacteria. Because of this, they have a wide range of uses, most of them pertaining to disinfection. They are used to cure infections and bacterial diseases for instance.
Most sinus infections are viral, and most sinus infections to not respond to antibiotics. Contact your health care provider for advice specific to your situation.
No. Antibiotics are only for treating bacterial infections. Antiviral drugs (e.g., Tamiflu) are available to treat the flu, but must be given very soon after symptoms start to be most effective.
Antibiotics, also known as antibacterials, are medications that destroy or slow down the growth of bacteria. They include a range of powerful drugs and are used to treat diseases caused by bacteria. Infections caused by viruses, such as colds, flu, most coughs, and sore throats cannot be treated with antibiotics.
Measles is a virus and like most viruses there is no treatment, antibiotics mostly take care of bacterial infections.
Antibiotics kill bacteria including the normal flora in your intestines and other places (including vagina) This can make conditions right for opportunistic infections, including candida which is responsible for most vaginal yeast infections
You shouldnt take antibiotics for a flu infection. Antibiotics only work against infections caused by bacteria, fungi and some parasites. They don't work against any infections caused by viruses. Viruses cause colds, the flu and most coughs and sore throats.
Like most antibiotics, penicillin is very powerful against certain bacteria, and not powerful at all with other bacteria. Example: if I was careless enough to catch gonorrhoea, I would take penicillin in a heartbeat. If I had a urinary infection or lung infection, I would take Levaquin or Augmentin, but not penicillin.
Like most of the lung infections the pneumonia is usually air borne infection.
Yes, amoxicillin is a common antibiotics used in many infections, including sinus infections; however, most sinus infections are viral and will not respond to antibiotics.If you think you have a sinus infection, talk to your physician about what treatments are available.Yes
Most bacterial infections will cause those symptoms; you probably need antibiotics to help.
The immediate cause of most lung abscesses is infection caused by bacteria. About 65% of these infections are produced by anaerobes, which are bacteria that do not need air or oxygen to live.
Antibiotics are the most common treatments. Identifying the cause for reoccurring UTI (urinary tract infections) is the best prevention.