Saturday, March 23, 2019

Antibiotics

For diseases of the upper respiratory tract and bronchus, four main groups of antibiotics are used. These are penicillins, cephalosporins, macrolides and fluoroquinolones. They are convenient because they are available in tablets and capsules, that is, for oral administration, and they can be taken at home. Each group has its own characteristics, but for all antibiotics there are rules for admission, which must be observed. Use of the drug Ciprofloxacin 250mg is contraindicated for persons under the age of 18, women in the lactation period and during pregnancy, people with a deficiency of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase, highly sensitive to ciprofloxacin, substances from the quinoline group, or any other component of the drug. It is forbidden to take Ciprofloxacin together with tizanidine at the same time due to the high probability of significant side effects associated with an increase in the concentration of tizanidine in the blood plasma.

Antibiotics entered people's lives more than half a century ago. Thanks to them, pneumonia, tuberculosis, gangrene and other infections have ceased to be deadly to humans. But even the most powerful antibiotics are not able to destroy all the pathogenic bacteria.
An antibiotic belonging to the fluoroquinolone group. It has a wide range of actions. The active ingredient is levofloxacin. Thanks to the levorotatory formula, it has a higher efficacy than ofloxacin. The mechanism of action is bactericidal: a blockade of DNA gyrase of the microbial cell, interference with the cleavage of gaps in the bacteria's de-disiribune kleinic acids and disruption of the DNA supercoiling process. Due to this, irreversible structural changes in the membranes, cytoplasm and cell wall occur in the microbial cell. [See JIMBLOGONE]

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