Category: Pharmacology

Minimum Inhibitory Concentration(MIC)|Minimum Bactericidal Concentration|Post Antibiotic Effect

Minimum Inhibitory Concentration(MIC)|Minimum Bactericidal Concentration|Post Antibiotic Effect Lecture The Minimum Inhibitory Concentration (MIC) is defined as the lowest concentration of an antimicrobial ingredient or agent that is bacteriostatic (prevents the visible growth of bacteria). MICs are used to evaluate the […]

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Beta Lactamase Pharmacology Lecture for GPAT, NEET PG

CEPHALOSPORIN PHARMACOLOGY ALL 5 GENERATION COMPARISON||SPECTRUM|| USES ||SIDE EFFECTS- PART-2 Cephalosporin Classification Mnemonics Learn All five Generation|Oral and Parentral Route| Made Easy   Penicillin Classification Tricks|Acid & Penicillinase Resistance|Extended Spectrum Penicillin PART-3​​​​​​​ “>Penicillin G Spectrum |Side Effect| Therapeutic Uses |Resistance|Learn By Mnemonics […]

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