- 1 Which antibiotic would be most useful for treating a salmonella infection?
- 2 Which of the following antibiotics is recommended for use against gram bacteria?
- 3 Which of the following antimicrobial agents are useful to treat gram negative bacterial infections?
- 4 Which compound would be the most useful to treat candidiasis group of answer choices?
- 5 What kills salmonella in the body?
- 6 How do I know if I have e coli or salmonella?
- 7 What was the first antibiotic?
- 8 Which of the following antibiotics are used to treat fungal infection?
- 9 Which drug does not affect eukaryotic cells?
- 10 What are four major mechanisms by which bacteria become resistant with chemotherapeutic agents?
- 11 Do Antibiotics cause bacteria to become resistant?
- 12 Why Antibiotics do not have adverse effect on human cell?
- 13 Which diseases can be cured by an antifungal treatment?
- 14 Which is best antifungal cream?
- 15 What is a natural antifungal?
Which antibiotic would be most useful for treating a salmonella infection?
Which antibiotics treat salmonella? The first-line treatment for salmonella infections are fluoroquinolones, such as ciprofloxacin, and azithromycin. Third-generation cephalosporins are also effective, and often they are the first antibiotic given if a salmonella infection is suspected but not confirmed.
Which of the following antibiotics is recommended for use against gram bacteria?
Abstract. Most infections due to Gram -positive organisms can be treated with quite a small number of antibiotics. Penicillin, cloxacillin, and erythromycin should be enough to cover 90 per cent of Gram -positive infections.
Which of the following antimicrobial agents are useful to treat gram negative bacterial infections?
Ciprofloxacin and levofloxacin are effective against a broad spectrum of gram – positive or gram – negative bacteria, and are among the most commonly prescribed antibiotics used to treat a wide range of infections, including urinary tract infections, respiratory infections, abdominal infections, and skin infections.
Which compound would be the most useful to treat candidiasis group of answer choices?
Fluconazole was found to be the drug of choice as a systemic treatment of oral candidiasis.
What kills salmonella in the body?
Your body has many natural defenses against salmonella infection. For example, strong stomach acid can kill many types of salmonella bacteria. Examples include:
- Antacids. Lowering your stomach’s acidity allows more salmonella bacteria to survive.
- Inflammatory bowel disease.
- Recent use of antibiotics.
How do I know if I have e coli or salmonella?
Most often, E. coli and salmonella cases will go unreported because they typically resolve within a week. If you do visit the doctor for food poisoning, they will test a sample of your stool to accurately diagnose the bacteria in your body.
What was the first antibiotic?
But it was not until 1928 that penicillin, the first true antibiotic, was discovered by Alexander Fleming, Professor of Bacteriology at St. Mary’s Hospital in London.
Which of the following antibiotics are used to treat fungal infection?
Amphotericin, flucytosine, itraconazole, voriconazole, anidulafungin, caspofungin, and micafungin are medicines that are sometimes used in this way. The one chosen depends on the type of fungus causing the infection. These are specialist medications that are used for people who are usually quite ill in hospital.
Which drug does not affect eukaryotic cells?
Antibiotics are simply chemicals that kill prokaryotic cells but do not harm eukaryotic cells. They are natural chemicals produced by fungi and bacteria that act to control their bacterial competitors. For example, streptomycin stops protein synthesis in prokaryotic cells by binding to their unusual ribosomes.
What are four major mechanisms by which bacteria become resistant with chemotherapeutic agents?
Bacterial Resistance Bacteria can evolve resistance to antibiotics. Resistance factors can be encoded on plasmids or on the chromosome. Resistance may involve decreased entry of the drug, changes in the receptor (target) of the drug, or metabolic inactivation of the drug.
Do Antibiotics cause bacteria to become resistant?
Antibiotic use promotes development of antibiotic – resistant bacteria. Every time a person takes antibiotics, sensitive bacteria are killed, but resistant germs may be left to grow and multiply. Repeated and improper uses of antibiotics are primary causes of the increase in drug- resistant bacteria.
Why Antibiotics do not have adverse effect on human cell?
Human cells do not make or need peptidoglycan. Penicillin, one of the first antibiotics to be used widely, prevents the final cross-linking step, or transpeptidation, in assembly of this macromolecule. The result is a very fragile cell wall that bursts, killing the bacterium.
Which diseases can be cured by an antifungal treatment?
Fungal infections commonly treated with antifungals include:
- athlete’s foot.
- fungal nail infection.
- vaginal thrush.
- some types of severe dandruff.
Which is best antifungal cream?
Most fungal infections respond well to these topical agents, which include:
- Clotrimazole (Lotrimin AF) cream or lotion.
- Miconazole (Micaderm) cream.
- Selenium sulfide (Selsun Blue) 1 percent lotion.
- Terbinafine (Lamisil AT) cream or gel.
- Zinc pyrithione soap.
What is a natural antifungal?
Types of antifungal essential oils Citronella, geranium, lemongrass, eucalyptus, and peppermint, among others, have been tested specifically against fungi and found to be effective antimicrobials for that purpose. Tea tree oil is another essential oil that has demonstrated antifungal capabilities.