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Commentary - Research and Reports in Pulmonology (2021) Volume 2, Issue 5

Antibiotics for lower respiratory tract infection in children presenting

Antibiotics for lower respiratory tract infection in children presenting

Rennie Medina

Universidad de San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Brazil

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Abstract

Anti-microbials are incredible drugs that battle specific contaminations and can save lives when utilized appropriately. They either prevent microscopic organisms from repeating or obliterate them. Before microscopic organisms can duplicate and cause indications, the resistant framework can ordinarily kill them. White platelets (WBCs) assault unsafe microbes and, regardless of whether manifestations happen, the insusceptible framework can typically adapt and fend off the disease

 Introduction

Anti-microbials are incredible drugs that battle specific contaminations and can save lives when utilized appropriately. They either prevent microscopic organisms from repeating or obliterate them. Before microscopic organisms can duplicate and cause indications, the resistant framework can ordinarily kill them. White platelets (WBCs) assault unsafe microbes and, regardless of whether manifestations happen, the insusceptible framework can typically adapt and fend off the disease.

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