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Antibiotics used for upper respiratory

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Dr. Ilir Sharka MD

What antibiotics will protect someone in a hospital setting who is having respiratory issues and is in afib using amioderone in an attempt to convert? ... View answer

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Dr. Prahlad Duggal MD

to antibiotics (called superbugs) and the inability to produce enough new antibiotics to fight them. In general my wife (and sometimes I as well) need to use the usual antibiotics for... View answer

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Dr. Rogers Nditanchou MD

I had an upper respiratory infection and was on 2 courses of antibiotics. Over the last month I have had a sensation...not pain but more like something of a tightness on the right side of my chest ... View answer

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Dr. Pavan Kumar Gupta MD

I have a diagnosed upper respiritory condition and am on an anti biotics course. But I can actually suck my epiglotis into the back of my mouth it appears to be loose. I have also lost my voice. ... View answer

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Dr. Kaushal Bhavsar MD

and night..it has been effective for 98% for last 4 years for me..I also use Asthalin for short term attack..and betnesol tablet only for emergency..I usually catch a cold..the it leads to upper... View answer

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Dr. Mahboob Ur Rahman MD

and antibiotics for an upper respiratory infection. As of today, I still feel congested and hear some hackling wheezing. Is this normal while using these medication? ... View answer

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Dr. Kaushal Bhavsar MD

hi im having upper respiratory tract infection .... and now third week started felling better but when we do some work felling bit hard to breath ... so im using ventolin if it gets worse ... does ... View answer

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Dr. Mudakana MD

Hi, I quite frequently get upper respiratory infections - the biggest ones being high risk of pneumonia like two times a year. I know viral pneumonia cannot be treated by antibiotics and don t like ... View answer

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Dr. Anjana MD

I have had an upper respiratory infection which I have assumed was a virus since June 2nd. After ... to fully recover and am tired all the time. Should I consider seeing a doctor. I dislike using... View answer

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Dr.      Honey Arora MD

I have taken antibiotics 3 consecutive times for upper respiratory problems. I now have a raging, burning, vaginal issue as I have never had before. I have been advised to take Metronidazol. I am 61 ... View answer

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Dr.  Satvinder Bakshi MD

it is generally used for upper respiratory tract infections. thanks

Dr. Dadapeer K MD

Hello Welcome to health care magic. These symptoms indicate upper respiratory tract infection. This requires treatment by the use of antibiotics and decongestant drugs. Thank you

Dr. Anantharamakrishnan MD

Welcome to HCM A ‘cold’ is layman’s term for upper respiratory tract infection – running nose, sore throat, fever etc. It is generally due to virus infection Virus is small organism / sometimes used...