What pathogens cannot be treated with antibiotics?

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Date created: Sat, Jul 24, 2021 12:00 AM
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Antibiotics only work against infections caused by bacteria. They do not work against infections caused by viruses. Viruses cause colds, the flu, and most coughs and sore throats.

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Which pathogen cannot be cured with antibiotics? A Virus B Bacteria C Fungi D Protozoa

Which pathogen cannot be cured with antibiotics Pathogens are microorganisms that cure disease

Most sore throats are caused by viruses and cannot be treated with antibiotics. Strep throat is caused by bacteria and can be treated with antibiotics. Your doctor can do tests to see what is...

As bacteria become resistant to antibiotics, the risk grows that harmful infections caused by bacteria can no longer be treated because we don’t have any tools left to fight them. Taking antibiotics when they aren’t needed can increase this risk for everyone and make antibiotics less effective overall.

Antibiotic resistant bacteria are bacteria that are not controlled or killed by antibiotics. They are able to survive and even multiply in the presence of an antibiotic. Most infection-causing bacteria can become resistant to at least

Painkillers helps to relieve the symptoms of an infectious disease, but they do not kill the pathogens involved. For example, paracetamol, aspirin and morphine block nerve impulses from the painful part of the body, or block nerve impulses travelling to the part of the brain responsible for perceiving pain. Antibiotics.

Bacterial infections, in general, can be treated with antibiotics. Unfortunately it is sometimes hard to know if an infection is caused by bacteria (versus a virus or uncommonly a fungus). More typically, it's also difficult to know which bacteria are causing an infection, and that will affect your doctor's choice of antibiotic.

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