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Frederick A. Bettelheim + 4 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781285869759

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Chapter 31, Problem 31.66P
Textbook Problem

(Chemical Connections 31B) What do we mean the term ‘‘indiscriminate use of antibiotics”?

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Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The meaning of indiscriminate application of antibiotics should be explained.

Concept Introduction:

Antibiotics refer to the components obtained from microbes to eradicate other microorganisms. For example, streptomycin and penicillin are antibiotics, and these are used in the treatment of various kinds of bacterial infections. One usual demerit of antibiotics application is that the individuals seem to develop certain kinds of allergies.

Explanation of Solution

An antibiotic refers to a kind of drug, which exhibits a direct influence on the desired target molecule when get discharged in the blood. The antibiotics are generated to treat bacterial causing diseases. Therefore, antibiotics are antibacterial. Each antibiotic is unique towards bacterial infection. Hence, the antibiotics should only be used when the exact cause of the disease is known...

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