Antibiotics in a sentence

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The patient required a course of antibiotics to overcome the infection.

In 1990, the creator of the Muppets, Jim Henson, died of pneumonia after being misdiagnosed by doctors who could have saved him if he had been given antibiotics.

Continued use of antibiotics can result in an impaired immunity to disease.

The judicious use of antibiotics has been shown to be quite effective in treating the disease.

The New York State Department of Health has initiated a focused review of judicious use of antibiotics in order to address concerns regarding the increase in drug-resistant bacteria.

The doctor prescribed antibiotics to stop the infection.

I had a bad infection in my throat, so the doctor wrote me out a prescription for some antibiotics.

If you take antibiotics too often, your body builds up a tolerance to them, and they are no longer effective.

Antibiotics are effective against bacteria only, and have no effect on viruses.