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  1. Antibiotic resistance is a growing problem. This occurs when bacteria no longer respond to the use of antibiotics. Antibiotics no longer work against the bacteria. Resistant ...
  2. Antibiotics DO NOT cure colds and flus. ... Antibiotics fight infections that are caused by bacteria. They do not treat infections that are caused by ...
  3. ... infection is a common cause of diarrhea after antibiotic use. ... of these bacteria may grow when you take antibiotics. The bacteria give off a strong toxin that ...
  4. Using antibiotics incorrectly can cause some bacteria to change or permit resistant bacteria to grow. These changes make bacteria ...
  5. Sensitivity analysis determines the effectiveness of antibiotics against microorganisms (germs) such as bacteria that have been isolated from cultures. Sensitivity analysis may be done along with: Blood culture Clean ...
  6. ... infection is a common cause of diarrhea after antibiotic use. ... provider thinks that diarrhea is caused by the antibiotic medicines you have taken recently. Antibiotics change the ...
  7. You may need high doses of antibiotics or antibiotics that you cannot take by mouth. You may have started IV antibiotics in the hospital that you need to keep ...
  8. ... needle. You may feel pressure, but not pain. Antibiotic drops may be placed in your eye. ... of the eye Sometimes, an intravitreal injection of antibiotics and steroids is given as part of routine ...
  9. ... improve within 1 to 2 days of starting antibiotics in most girls. The advice below may not ... Your child will take antibiotic medicines by mouth at home. These may come as pills, capsules, or a liquid. For a simple bladder infection, your ...
  10. ... symptoms should improve soon after you begin taking antibiotics. If you are feeling ill, have a low- ... You will be given antibiotics to be taken by mouth at home. You may need to take antibiotics for only 3 days, or for up ...
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