Antibacteria / antibiotics / anti-infections

Antibacteria / antibiotics / anti-infections
Antibacterial
Antibiotics is drugs or substances produced by or a semisynthetic substance derived from a microorganism and able in dilute solution to inhibit or kill another microorganism…
These is the most commonnest class of drugs and most dangerous that need carefully and knowingly in magnifying, due to the human body has many bacteria that harmless (micro flora) and harmful (Pathogenics) microbes that able to treat, those micro flora has has their good biological function for the body, taking in antibiotics too much, overdose, Wrong presenting drug, addiction, drug abuse, and any related its eradicate and kill or inhibit the micro flora, only health personal, doctor, physician, can able to prescribed antibiotic drugs.

Types of antibiotics
1.bactericidal are the that kills the bacterias
2.bacteriastatic are the class used to inhibit the growth of bacterias

Classification of antibiotics

  1. Penicillins
    Another name for this class is the beta-lactam antibiotics, referring to their structural formula. The penicillin class contains five groups of antibiotics: aminopenicillins, antipseudomonal penicillins, beta-lactamase inhibitors, natural penicillins, and the penicillinase resistant penicillins. Common antibiotics in the penicillin class include:
    –penicillin V potassium
    –amoxicillin
    –amoxicillin/clavulanate (Augmentin

  2. Tetracyclines
    Tetracyclines are broad-spectrum against many bacteria and treat conditions such as acne, urinary tract infections (UTIs), intestinal tract infections, eye infections, sexually transmitted diseases, periodontitis (gum disease), and other bacterial infections. The tetracycline class contains well-known drugs such as:
    –doxycycline
    –tetracycline
    –minocycline

  3. Cephalosporins
    There are five generations of cephalosporins, with increasing expanded coverage to include gram-negative infections. Cephalosporins treat many infections, including strep throat, ear infections, urinary tract