FAQ's related to Anti-Infection Drugs :-
Q.1 What are anti-infection drugs?
Anti-infection drugs are used to cure and prevent infections. Some examples of them are anti-fungal, anti-viral, antibiotics, anti-protozoans, anti-bacterial and anti-prions.
Q.2 How do anti-infection drugs work?
Anti-infection drug work by inhibiting the growth of infectious organisms outright or by destroying them completely.
Q.3 What is the difference between anti-infection drugs and antibiotics?
Anti-infection drugs are used against every kind of infectious microorganisms (bacteria, viruses, fungal etc), whereas antibiotic is only used for bacterial infections.
Q.4 What are the benefits of anti-infection drugs?
?Treat all minor infections
?Cure lower to higher level of infectious disease
?Perform complex surgery and routine medical procedures carrying risk of infections
?Provide vital immune-suppressive treatment to cancer-positive people