Month: December 2020

Recommended treatment for sexually transmitted infections

The recommended treatment of sexually transmitted infections, revised taking into account the increasing levels of antibiotic resistance WHO issues new guidelines for the treatment of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis In response to the growing threat of antibiotic resistance, the world health organization (who) has issued new guidelines for the treatment of three common sexually transmitted […]

How to treat pneumonia after antibiotics

Antibiotics for pneumonia Pneumonia is one of the most common and severe diseases of the respiratory system. Its cause, as a rule, are pathogenic microorganisms, so the basis for the treatment of the pathological process are antibiotics-drugs that act directly on the causative agent of the disease. The success of treatment of pneumonia and the […]

Antibiotics for the prevention of harm or benefit?

Antibiotics are not the best option for treating diseases. But, nevertheless, for almost any inflammatory or infectious disease, doctors for some reason prescribe antibiotics. Why? It’s hard to understand. And most importantly, what do we get as a result – tangible benefits or harm? Do I need to fight viruses and bacteria with antibacterials, or […]

Antibiotics for sexual infections

Sexual infections are most often treated with antibiotics. This statement is true only for infections caused by bacterial flora. The human papillomavirus or herpetic infection requires specific therapy, medications with an antibacterial effect in this case do not help. It is important to note that bacterial sexual infections can not be cured by any other […]

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