Since the discovery of penicillin by Alexander Flemming in 1928, antibiotics have saved millions of lives. They are an invaluable tool used against many diseases and are incredibly useful in veterinary as well as human medicine.
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Therapeutics: antimicrobial drug
Therapeutics: bacterial infection
Antibiotic resistant bacterial infections
Conjunctivitis in dogs
Cystitis (bladder inflammation)
Healthcare - routine measures
Mastitis (inflammation of the mammary glands)
Medication: Trimethoprim-sulfa (sulfonamide)
Oral medications - how to administer them
Pyometra (pyo or womb infection)
Skin fold pyoderma
Surgery - pre- and post-operative care
Tetanus in dogs
Topical medicines - how to administer them
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