antibiotic

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antibiyotik

Antibiyotikler enfeksiyon için bir tedavidir. - Antibiotics are a cure for infection.

Ben antibiyotik alıyorum. - I'm taking antibiotics.

(Tıp) Baterilerin üretemesine mani olan (ilaçlar), antibiyotikler
(sıfat) antibiyotik
i., s. antibiyotik
antibiyotiksel
(isim) antibiyotik
broad spectrum antibiotic
geniş spektrumlu antibiyotik
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Any substance that can destroy or inhibit the growth of bacteria and similar microorganisms
Of or relating to antibiotics
{s} kills bacteria, working against infectious diseases
Drug that kills bacteria and other germs
a chemical substance derivable from a mold or bacterium that kills microorganisms and cures infections; "when antibiotics were first discovered they were called wonder drugs"
A substance, naturally produced by a micro-organism, capable of preventing the growth of other micro-organisms, particularly bacteria
{i} type of medication used to treat infectious diseases
Substance used to inhibit the growth of micro-organisms, including bacteria and fungi (10)
An antibiotic is a substance, produced by or derived from a microorganism (especially mold), that destroys or inhibits the growth of other microorganisms Antibiotics are used to treat infections caused by organisms that are sensitive to them, usually bacteria or fungi
Chemical substance formed as a metabolic by-product in bacteria or fungi and used to treat bacterial infections Antibiotics can be produced naturally, using microorganisms, or synthetically
drug that kills or reduces the growth of bacteria
A drug that kills or inhibits the growth of bacteria (Read about "Antibiotics")
Chemical sometimes synthesized by other organisms, sometimes manufactured, that is a deterrent to other organisms
drug used to kill bacteria
Any of various substances, such as penicillin that are used to inhibit or destroy the growth of microorganisms in the prevention and/or treatment of disease
A chemical that kills or inhibits the growth of micro-organisms and is used in treating disease
A natural of synthetic substance that inhibits growth of or destroys microorganisms, typically bacteria
a substance that can inhibit or destroy susceptible microorganisms, including disease-producing bacteria and fungi In the Galloway by Choice program antibiotics are used carefully and sparingly Antibiotics are used only when necessary, only for specific disease control, only as directed, and never in the finishing period
of or relating to antibiotic drugs
A substance that fights bacteria
Antibiotics are medical drugs used to kill bacteria and treat infections. Your doctor may prescribe a course of antibiotics. a drug that is used to kill bacteria and cure infections (anti- + biotic (19-21 centuries) (from bioticus, from , from bios )). Chemical substance that in dilute solutions can inhibit the growth of microorganisms or destroy them with little or no harm to the infected host. Early antibiotics were natural microbial products, but chemists have modified the structures of many to produce semisynthetic and even wholly synthetic ones. Since the discovery of penicillin (1928), antibiotics have revolutionized the treatment of bacterial, fungal, and some other diseases. They are produced by many actinomycetes (e.g., streptomycin, tetracycline) and other bacteria (e.g., polypeptides such as bacitracin) and by fungi (e.g., penicillin). Antibiotics may be broad-spectrum (active against a wide range of pathogens) or specific (active against one, or one class). Drawbacks include activity against beneficial microorganisms, often causing diarrhea; allergies; and development of drug-resistant strains of the targeted microorganisms
a group of drugs that kill bacteria and other organisms that cause disease
A class of natural and synthetic compounds that inhibit the growth of or kill other microorganisms (See Antibiotic resistance, Bacteriocide, Bacteriostat )
A substance that can destroy or inhibit the growth of other microorganisms
A chemical agent that is produced by one organism that is harmful to another organism
Drugs used to kill organisms that cause disease Antibiotics may be made by living organisms or they may be created in the lab Since some cancer treatments can reduce the body's ability to fight off infection, antibiotics may be used to treat or prevent these infections
A class of natural and synthetic compounds that inhibits the growth of, or kills, other microorganisms
A drug that kills or inhibits the growth of bacteria
A drug that weakens or destroys bacteria; used to treat various types of bacterial infections
Organic substance produced by one species of organism that in low concentrations will kill or inhibit growth of certain other organisms
any of various substances that are effective in inhibiting or destroying bacteria
Kills or inhibits the growth of bacteria and other microorganisms
Ab
bacteriolytic
antibiotic pills
medication tablets which kill harmful bacteria in the body
antineoplastic antibiotic
an antibiotic drug used as an antineoplastic in chemotherapy
broad-spectrum antibiotic
Any antibiotic that is active against a wide range of bacteria, especially against both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria
An antibiotic
streptomycin
An antibiotic
ampicillin
antibiotics
Chemicals that inhibit the growth of or kill germs See Antibacterials
antibiotics
Drugs that kill bacteria or interfere with with their ability to grow and spread
antibiotics
Medications which destroy or inhibit the growth of bacteria
antibiotics
The drugs used in treating bacterial infections either to kill bacteria or slow their growth
antibiotics
any of a variety of natural or synthetic substances that inhibit the growth of, or destroy microorganisms
antibiotics
  Drugs used to treat a bacterial infection or when one is strongly suspected   Most common are ampicillin and gentamicin
antibiotics
Drugs used to treat infection
antibiotics
Drugs (medicines) used to treat or prevent infectious diseases
antibiotics
plural of antibiotic
antibiotics
Antibiotics are used in animal agriculture for two reasons First, to improve the rate of growth and the feed efficiency of animals so they produce more meat or milk on less feed The second reason is to prevent and treat diseases, just as in humans
antibiotics
A class of medications used to treat bacterial infections Certain antibiotics, such as penicillin, may cause an allergic reaction in some people
antibiotics
medication to fight off infection caused by bacteria
antibiotics
substance, such as penicillin or streptomycin, produced by or derived from certain fungi, bacteria, and other organisms, that can destroy or inhibit the growth of other microorganisms
antibiotics
Drugs that work against bacteria
antibiotics
Chemical substances that can kill bacteria; they are naturally produced by microorganisms or synthetically produced in a lab
antibiotics
Any substance derived from fungi or bacteria that destroys or inhibits the growth of microorganisms
antibiotics
(an-tih-by-AH-tiks): Drugs used to treat infection
antibiotics
Drugs that kill or stop the growth of cells and that are derived from microbes, especially bacteria or fungi They are principally used to treat infectious diseases The classical example is penicillin In some cases, the antibiotics may be used as anticancer agents An example is the anthracycline agents
penicillinase-resistant antibiotic
a form of penicillin that is not rendered inactive by penicillinase
antibiotic
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