Antibiotics usage tips


Do you know that antibiotics should be in the drink on an empty stomach. more effective when the consumption of half an hour before meals or 2 hours after meals. objective that the drug can be absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract so well that it was obtained opimal levels in the blood.

Based on the nature of the work against bacteria, Antibiotics are divided into 2 groups.
ie : Whic is nature bactericidal ( which can kill bacteria ) and is bacteriostatic ( inhibits bacterial growth ). Antibiotics should not to drink with milk, or the ulcer drug, especially (derivate) tetracycline. because in third it are elements metal that can complicate digestion.
Which includes the first group is Penicillin derivate, and the second group is derivate Tetracycline, Chloramphenicol, Eritromosin, and Sulfonamide.
For patients with liver disease and kidney should be careful using Antibiotics and other drugs. because in general Antibiotic “digested” in the hearts and “discarded” through the kidneys, so it can incriminating kidney and liver function that has begun to decline, because the disturbance will cause the accumulation and the relics of Antibiotic levels in the blood, could be even greater side effects. in this case dosis Antibiotics should be reduced.
Like other drugs, Antibiotics can also cause side effects. if side effects are mild and can be tolerated by our bodies just a case of nausea, the drug is still allowed in drinking. but when it comes to cause more severe side effects stop immediately and consult with the give prescribing Physician.

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