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Antibiotics

Antibiotics are medicines that stop infections caused by bacteria. They do this by killing the bacteria or by keeping them from copying themselves or reproducing. The word antibiotic means “against life.” Any drug that kills germs in your...Read More

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  • Phexin 500 (Cephalexin 500mg)

    Phexin 500 (Cephalexin 500mg)

    Generic: Cephalexin
    Equivalent: Keflex
    30 Capsule/s $18.80
  • Monocef 1000 inj. (Ceftriaxone 1000mg)

    Monocef (Ceftriaxone)

    Generic: Ceftriaxone Sod
    Equivalent: Rocephin
    1 Injection/s $4.00
  • Mox Dry Syrup

    Mox Dry Syrup

    Generic: Amoxycillin
    Equivalent: Amoxil
    30 Tablet/s $58.00
  • Novamox Syrup 125 (Amoxycillin 125mg)

    Novamox Syrup 125 (Amoxycillin

    Generic: Amoxycillin
    Equivalent: Amoxil
    30 Tablet/s $58.00
  • Oframax 1g Injection (Ceftriaxone 1gm)

    Oframax 1g Injection (Ceftriax

    Generic: Ceftriaxone Sod
    Equivalent: Rocephin
    30 Tablet/s $58.00
  • Cephadex DT 250 (Cephalexin 250mg)

    Cephadex DT 250 (Cephalexin 25

    Generic: Cephalexin
    Equivalent: Keflex
    30 Capsule/s $10.90
  •  Cephadex 500 Capsules (Cephalexin 500mg)

    Cephadex 500 Capsules (Cephal

    Generic: Cephalexin
    Equivalent: Keflex
    30 Capsule/s $17.50
  • Cifran OD 500mg

    Cifran OD 500mg

    Generic: Ciprofloxacin
    Equivalent: Cipro
    30 Tablet/s $12.50
  • Erythrocin 500 Tablets (Erythromycin 500mg)

    Erythrocin 500 Tablets (Erythr

    Generic: Erythromycin
    Equivalent: Ery Tab
    30 Tablet/s $14.50
  • Erythrocin 250 Tablets (Erythromycin 250mg)

    Erythrocin 250 Tablets (Erythr

    Generic: Erythromycin
    Equivalent: Ery Tab
    30 Tablet/s $8.80
  • Alevo 500 mg

    Alevo 500 mg

    Generic: Levofloxacin
    Equivalent: Levaquin
    30 Tablet/s $8.80
  • Levoquin 500 (Levofloxacin 500mg)

    Levoquin (Levofloxacin)

    Generic: Levofloxacin
    Equivalent: Levaquin
    30 Tablet/s $6.40
  • Phexin 500 (Cephalexin 500mg)

    Phexin 500 (Cephalexin 50...

    Generic: Cephalexin...
    Equivalent: Keflex ...
    30 Capsule/s $18.80
  • Monocef 1000 inj. (Ceftriaxone 1000mg)

    Monocef (Ceftriaxone)...

    Generic: Ceftriaxone Sod...
    Equivalent: Rocephin...
    1 Injection/s $4.00
  • Mox Dry Syrup

    Mox Dry Syrup ...

    Generic: Amoxycillin...
    Equivalent: Amoxil...
    30 Tablet/s $58.00
  • Novamox Syrup 125 (Amoxycillin 125mg)

    Novamox Syrup 125 (Amoxyc...

    Generic: Amoxycillin...
    Equivalent: Amoxil...
    30 Tablet/s $58.00
  • Oframax 1g Injection (Ceftriaxone 1gm)

    Oframax 1g Injection (Cef...

    Generic: Ceftriaxone Sod...
    Equivalent: Rocephin...
    30 Tablet/s $58.00
  • Cephadex DT 250 (Cephalexin 250mg)

    Cephadex DT 250 (Cephalex...

    Generic: Cephalexin...
    Equivalent: Keflex ...
    30 Capsule/s $10.90
  •  Cephadex 500 Capsules (Cephalexin 500mg)

    Cephadex 500 Capsules (C...

    Generic: Cephalexin...
    Equivalent: Keflex ...
    30 Capsule/s $17.50
  • Cifran OD 500mg

    Cifran OD 500mg...

    Generic: Ciprofloxacin...
    Equivalent: Cipro...
    30 Tablet/s $12.50
  • Erythrocin 500 Tablets (Erythromycin 500mg)

    Erythrocin 500 Tablets (E...

    Generic: Erythromycin...
    Equivalent: Ery Tab...
    30 Tablet/s $14.50
  • Erythrocin 250 Tablets (Erythromycin 250mg)

    Erythrocin 250 Tablets (E...

    Generic: Erythromycin...
    Equivalent: Ery Tab...
    30 Tablet/s $8.80
  • Alevo 500 mg

    Alevo 500 mg...

    Generic: Levofloxacin...
    Equivalent: Levaquin ...
    30 Tablet/s $8.80
  • Levoquin 500 (Levofloxacin 500mg)

    Levoquin (Levofloxacin)...

    Generic: Levofloxacin...
    Equivalent: Levaquin ...
    30 Tablet/s $6.40

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Antibiotics are medicines that stop infections caused by bacteria. They do this by killing the bacteria or by keeping them from copying themselves or reproducing. The word antibiotic means “against life.” Any drug that kills germs in your body is technically an antibiotic. Before scientists first detected antibiotics in the 1920s, many people died from minor bacterial infections, like strep throat. Surgery was riskier, too. But after antibiotics became available in the 1940s, life conjecture increased, surgeries got safer, and people could survive what used to be deadly infections.

 

Causes of Bacterial Infection:

Bacterial and viral infections have ample things in common. Both types of infections are caused by microbes - bacteria and viruses, respectively - and spread by things such as Coughing and sneezing. Contact with contaminated people, especially through sex and kissing.

 

Symptoms of Bacterial Infection:

Bacterial and viral infections can cause similar symptoms such as coughing and sneezing, fever, inflammation, vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, and cramping - all of which are ways the immune system tries to rid the body of infectious organisms.

 

Prevention of Bacterial Infection:

 

Method 1: Using Basic Infection Prevention Strategies

  • Wash your hands often.
  • Use the good technique to wash your hands.
  • Clean high-traffic objects in your home and office.
  • Steer clear of anyone who seems sick.

 

Method 2: Protecting Yourself from Foodborne Bacteria

  • Learn about harmful intestinal bacteria.
  • Stay informed about food and water recalls. 
  • Keep your hands clean when you prepare food.
  • Wash and cook your food well.
  • Watch for botulism.

 

Method 3: Preventing Physical Bacterial Infections

  • Take steps to reduce your risk of developing vaginitis.
  • Protect yourself from pharyngitis.
  • Reduce your risk of developing pneumonia.
  • Do what you can to reduce your chances of developing pneumonia.
  • Reduce your child’s risk of developing an ear infection.
  • Follow good ear hygiene to prevent swimmer’s ear.
  • Protect yourself from bacterial meningitis.
  • Learn how to reduce your chances of developing sepsis.

 

Method 4: Understanding Bacterial Infections

  • Understand that bacteria are resilient
  • Learn how bacterial infections spread
  • Know when to call the doctor. 
  • Seek immediate medical attention in more severe situations.
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