Antibiotics without prescription can turn dangerous, learn more!

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Antibiotics are the chemical entities commonly coming under a class of drugs that helps in stopping the growth or helps in the destruction of the bacteria that cause harm to the body. Usually, they are effective in two classes of bacteria i.e. gram-positive bacteria and gram-negative bacteria. So all the antibiotics are not as effective on all the bacterial diseases. It’s very important to consult a doctor who knows the best use of antibiotics.

 

There are three major factors that decide the use of anti-biotic:

 

–  Duration of the antibiotics uses

–  Dosing

–  Site/type of infection where the bacterial infection is.

 

The use of antibiotics is very important. Due to self-medication and un-judicial uses like missing dose, overdose, taking an expired dose, etc. may lead to the lesser effect of the antibiotics which may lead to resistance of the antibiotics over the bacteria in our body. Due to this, we tend to get new generation antibiotics after some time.

Mrs. Sudha is the principal in private school Chandigarh. She is having two sons, one 10 years old and one 7 years old. “I have been using antibiotics since my kids were infants. Earlier medications were quite effective on the cold and chest infection, but for 2-3 years they are getting ineffective”, narrates Sudha. She used to get a pack of azithromycin tablets during the season change and it luckily worked fine on kids. But last year after a course of 15 days, the allergic rhinitis was still there her younger son.

Then finally she took her son for nebulization. “People often come to us once they have tried the medicine on their own and no medicine is working on them”, says Dr. Satish, a senior ENT specialist. According to Dr. Satish, the self-medication, often makes the population resistant over time. This tends the pharmaceutical company to re-teach new medicine which is helpful. The new medication is always costly which the patient has to bear. “There was a time when patients use to get cured with simple medicines like penicillin”, remembers Dr. Satish. But now in many cases generation, IV cephalosporin is going ineffective. According to the medical sciences, antibiotics are not meant to be used as OTC products. They are highly sensitive and always to be taken in a prescribed dose.

 

Making best use to antibiotics:

 

–  Antibiotics should not be stopped when you start feeling better or even recovered. It should be taken for the prescribed time by the doctor.

–  Antibiotics should never be shared. Always seek a doctor’s consultation. No two patients usually have the same condition. Bacterial sensitivity tests should be done and sample collection can be done with Zorgers home care service in case you cannot move to a laboratory.

–  Antibiotics are usually medications that often lead to many side effects. In case you are taking high-end antibiotics always seek medical guidance. While giving antibiotics to elderly patient always take care of their medical history and other medications they are taking.

 

When small kids are taking medications, proper care should be taken care of dose. An overdose may lead to serious side effects. The duration of antibiotics is quite important. If antibiotic is meant in an infusion of two hours and accidentally taken in injection, it may lead to kidney and organs damage. So always seek nursing care at home in such scenarios when there are periodic antibiotics commonly used in the management of many diseases.

 

The closing part is Zorgers always takes care of you in every situation. When it comes to antibiotics always keep in mind their proper administration is very important. Don’t use antibiotics on your own, that practice will land you in trouble. Always seek medical help. Call us today if you can’t go to the antibiotic clinic. We will arrange a doctor or a medical attendant at home for you. Stay away from infections!


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