Antimicrobials refer to agents that either destroy or hinder the growth of microorganisms. These medicines are typically categorized based on the types of microorganisms they target. For instance, antibiotics are designed to eliminate or inhibit bacterial growth, while antifungals are formulated to combat fungi. Furthermore, antimicrobials can be classified according to their mode of action: those that impede microbial growth are termed Biostatic agents, whereas those that directly kill microbes are known as Microbicidal agents.

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