- n. Plural form of antibiotic.
“Narrow-spectrum antibiotics (see antibiotics) are usually safer and just as effective for most dental problems.”
“WE ALL are very familiar with the term antibiotics-medicines prescribed by doctors to treat infections.”
“Certain antibiotics have been utilized in inflammatory bowel disease for treating intestinal inflammation, healing fistulas and treating infection.”
“Eliminating somewhat gratuitous use of antibiotics is a helpful start.”
“I have to give our cat antibiotics twice a day for two weeks-trust me, feeding a dog antibiotics is much easier.”
“The range of new antibiotics is disturbingly limited," she said.”
“Research to preserve the effectiveness of licensed antibiotics is a critical priority for the Institute.”
“Instead dermatologists prescribe long-term antibiotics and Accutane, both of which may cause long-term harmful effects.”
“The problem with antibiotics is that they can kill the anthrax bacteria, but they can't kill the anthrax spores.”
“During World War II, he became interested in antibiotics, then being used on a widespread basis for the first time.”
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