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what is the Treatments available for Gram-Negative bacteria


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Treatments available for Gram-Negative bacteria
 
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What kind of symptoms are you having?  This is traditional information which I found on the web:

One of the several unique characteristics of Gram-negative bacteria is the structure of the outer membrane. The outer leaflet of the membrane comprises a complex lipopolysaccharide whose lipid portion acts as an endotoxin. If endotoxin enters the circulatory system it causes a toxic reaction with the sufferer having a high temperature and respiration rate and a low blood pressure. This may lead to endotoxic shock, which may be dangerous.

This outer membrane protects the bacteria from several antibiotics, dyes, and detergents which would normally damage the inner membrane or cell wall ( peptidoglycan). The outer membrane provides these bacteria with resistance to lysozyme and penicillin. Fortunately, alternative medicinal treatments such as lysozyme with EDTA, and the antibiotic ampicillin have been developed to combat the protective outer membrane of some pathogenic Gram-negative organisms. Other drugs can be used, namely chloramphenicol, streptomycin, and nalidixic acid.

Generic for Neggram is used for the same treatment. It also contains Nalidixic acid as the active ingredient.

Hi Huda,

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Be well,

Jennifer Nordin, MTP, CST, CAP

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