A Report On Antibiotic Resistance Crisis Of The Public Health And Pharmaceutical Activities With Enhanced Azithromycin Cell Penetrations

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The major overall objective of the research presented in this paper is about Antibiotic resisting an increasingly grave threat to the public health and pharmaceutical activities with enhanced azithromycin cell penetrations. Also, Hospital-acquired infection, half caused by drug-resisting bacteria causing deaths annually and increasing healthcare costs. The specific microorganisms that are being researched are Pseudomonas aeruginosa (PA), Klebsiella pneumoniae (KP), and Acinetobacter baumannii (AB). Yes, these microbes are associated with a particular disease that is carbapenem and some particular concern as effective antibiotic and also some state of health, which are antibiotic resistance crisis.

The hypothesis that was tested in this particular figure is AZM bactericidal activity against GNRs in eukaryotic media and human serum and time killing curves that demonstrate AZM MBC against MDR PA, KP, and AB in eukaryotic media vs. bacteriologic broth. The control that was used in this experiment is AZM, MBC, MDR, GNR, BCP, DAPI, Erythromycin and clarithromycin. The main technique/method used to test this hypothesis is the Colistin, by marked dosed dependent and uncertainties in optimal dosing, and it could be pharmacologically attaining doses of each drug, also cathelicidin antimicrobial peptide LL-37. The major conclusion drawn from the data shown in the assigned figure is that Colistin is absorb distinctly potentially AZM bactericidal activity against the MDR…

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