Treatment of Emerging Infectious Diseases

The word “Antibiotic” has become the most commonly used word to refer to a chemical substance used to treat bacterial infections. The term "antimicrobial" usually refers to anything that preventss the growth of microbes. Technically, the term antimicrobial does not encompass the "antihelminthic" drugs because parasitic worms are not microscopically small. Antimicrobials can be either microbistatic (preventing the replication of the microbe) or microbicidal (actually killing the target microorganism).

  • Treatment of bacterial diseases
  • Treatment of viral diseases
  • Treatment of fungal and parasitic diseases
  • Resistance to antimicrobial agents
  • Mechanisms of antimicrobial resistance
  • Transfer of antimicrobial-resistance genes

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