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Anti Viral & Infection

Anti Viral & Infection medicines

Aciclovir
Acivir
Acivirax
Acyclovir
Adefovir
Adefovir dipivoxil
Adekin
Alinia
Amantadin
Amantadina
Amantadine
Annita
Aralen
Bactroban
Braccopiral
Centany
Chloroquine
Chloroquine phosphate
Citovirax
Clofazimine
Copegus
Cromoglicate
Cromolyn
Cyclovir
Cymevan
Cymeven
Cymevene
Cytovene
Dawaquin
Daxon
Dexidex
Ditropan
Dridase
Factive
Famciclovir
Famvir
Fansidar

Fasigyn
Ganciclovir
Gemifloxacin mesylate
Hepsera
Herpex
Hydroxychloroquine
Isoniazid
Isonicotinyl hydrazine
Isopas
Kidonax
Lamprene
Laniazid
Lariam
Lyrinel XL
Mefaquin
Mefloquine
Mupirocin
Mupirocine
Nevirapine
Nitax
Nitazox
Nitazoxanide
Nizamil
Nydrazid
Oseltamivir
Oxybutynin
Oxybutynine
Oxytrol
Pacovanton
Paramix
Pezetamid
Pirafoid
Piraldina
Piraside
Pirazer
Pirilene
Plaquenil

Pramide
Premox
Preveon
Pyrafat
Pyrazide
Pyrazinamide
Rebetol
Resochin
Ribasphere
Ribavirin
Ribavirina
Ribavirine
Rifadin
Rifaldazine
Rifampicin
Rifampin
Rifater
Rimactane
Rofact
Rozide
Sulfadoxine and Pyrimethamine
Symmetrel
Tamiflu
Tebezide
Tebrazid
Tindamax
Tinidazole
Tisamid
Toza
Vilona
Viramune
Virazole
Virgan
Vitrasert
Zinamide
Zovir
Zovirax


What is infections?

Invasion of the body by disease - causing organisms (pathogens, or germs) that become established, multiply, and produce symptoms. Bacteria and viruses cause most diseases, but diseases are also caused by other micro-organisms, protozoans, and other parasites.

Most pathogens enter and leave the body through the digestive or respiratory tracts. Polio, dysentery, and typhoid are examples of diseases contracted by ingestion of contaminated foods or fluids. Organisms present in the saliva or nasal mucus are spread by airborne or droplet infection; fine droplets or dried particles are inhaled by others when the affected individual talks, coughs, or sneezes. Diseases such as measles, mumps, and tuberculosis are passed on in this way.

A less common route of entry is through the skin, either by contamination of an open wound (as in tetanus) or by penetration of the intact skin surface, as in a bite from a malaria-carrying mosquito. Relatively few diseases are transmissible by skin-to-skin contact. Glandular fever and herpes simplex (cold sore) may be passed on by kissing, and the group now officially bracketed as sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are mostly spread by intimate contact.

Bacterial Infections

Bacteria are microscopic, single-celled organisms. Thousands of different kinds of bacteria live throughout the world. Some live in the environment, and others live on the skin, in the airways, in the mouth, and in the digestive and genitourinary tracts of people and animals. Only a few kinds of bacteria cause disease.

Bacteria are classified in several ways. One way is by their distinctive shapes. Spherical bacteria are cocci, rod-like bacteria are bacilli, and spiral or helical bacteria are spirochetes.

Another way bacteria are classified is by their color after a particular chemical stain (Gram stain) is applied. Some bacteria stain blue and are called gram-positive, whereas others stain pink and are called gram-negative. Gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria differ in the kinds of infections they produce and in the kinds of antibiotics that are likely to kill them.

Gram-negative bacteria have a unique outer membrane that prevents many drugs from penetrating them, making gram-negative bacteria generally more resistant to antibiotics than are gram-positive bacteria. The outer membrane of gram-negative bacteria is also rich in molecules called lipopolysaccharides. If gram-negative bacteria enter the bloodstream, their lipopolysaccharides can trigger high fever and a life-threatening drop in blood pressure (see Bacteremia, Sepsis, and Septic Shock: Introduction). For this reason, bacterial lipopolysaccharides are referred to as endotoxins.

Gram-negative bacteria have a great facility for exchanging genetic material (DNA) with other strains of the same species and even with different species. Thus, if gram-negative bacteria undergo a genetic change (mutation) that produces resistance to an antibiotic and then share DNA with another strain of bacteria, the second (recipient) strain becomes resistant as well.

Gram-positive bacteria are usually slow to develop resistance to antibiotics. Some gram-positive bacteria (for example, Bacillus anthracis and Clostridium botulinum) produce potent poisons (toxins) that cause serious illness.

A third way of classifying bacteria is by their use of oxygen. Most bacteria can live and grow in the presence of oxygen; these bacteria are called aerobes. Bacteria that can tolerate only low levels of oxygen, or are poisoned by oxygen, are called anaerobes. Anaerobes thrive in areas of the body that have low levels of oxygen -- such as the intestine, decaying tissue, and wounds that are particularly deep and dirty.

Hundreds of species of anaerobes normally live harmlessly on the skin and mucous membranes (such as the lining of the mouth, intestine, and vagina); several hundred billion bacteria may exist in a cubic inch of stool. Most anaerobic infections arise from the body's own pool of bacteria.

Anaerobes tend to invade skin and muscle tissue that has been damaged by injury or surgery -- particularly if the tissue has a poor blood supply. Spontaneous infections sometimes develop in people who have certain cancers or a weakened immune system. Also common are infections in the mouth. Anaerobes sometimes cause chronic (but not acute) infections of the sinuses and middle ear. Anaerobic infections tend to form collections of pus (abscesses). Severe anaerobic infections often release gas into the surrounding tissue.

Bacteria cause different illnesses depending on the site and type of organism.

Respiratory tract infections are very common and affect all ages. Most are due to viruses, infection-causing agents smaller than bacteria. Viral respiratory infections are usually self-limiting and improve without antibiotics. Bacterial infections causing sinusitis, pharyngitis (throat infection), and pneumonia are common in children, the elderly and the immune-suppressed. The death rate due to pneumonia in the elderly is about 15 percent.

Many foodborne illnesses are due to bacteria or the toxins they produce. Food that is mishandled during a summer picnic or left out for several hours allows the bacteria staphylococcus aureus to proliferate and produce a toxin that causes severe nausea and vomiting. Helicobacter pylori is a bacterium that infects the stomach lining in about 80 percent of people with peptic ulcers. H. pylori is strongly associated with both the formation of ulcers and in delayed healing. The exact mechanism for this is not fully known. Antibiotics are part of the treatment for peptic ulcer.

Urinary tract infections occur when bacteria from the genital tract or perineal area (between the genitals and anus) contaminate the urethra (urine passageway). This occurs most commonly in sexually active women. In addition, incomplete bladder emptying, for example, due to prostatic enlargement, allows bacteria to accumulate. Women are prone to UTIs during pregnancy. Postmenopausal women may develop incontinence and UTIs following hysterectomy.

Bacterial infections of membranes covering the brain and spinal chord (bacterial meningitis) affect people of all ages, but mostly children less than 2 years old. About 300 people die of meningococcal meningitis in the United States each year and about 700 people due to pneumococcal meningitis. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends vaccination against two historically common causes of child meningitis - H. influenzae and S. pneumonia - starting at 2 months of age.

Sepsis is a leading cause of death mostly in the elderly or chronically ill in the United States. Severe sepsis claims 215,000 lives each year - more than breast, colon/rectal, pancreatic and prostate cancer combined. This complex syndrome, characterized by an overwhelming systemic response to infection, strikes hard and can rapidly lead to organ dysfunction and death.

Bacterial infection from virtually any site in the body can pass into the bloodstream and cause sepsis. Fever, severe shaking (rigors), hypotension (low blood pressure), coma and death can result if not quickly and properly treated.

Bacteria also cause endocarditis, which is an infection of the inside surface of the heart chambers or valves.

 

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