Combination Therapy for Antimicrobial Resistance

Combination therapy for antimicrobial resistance involves the use of two or more antimicrobials to treat infections that are resistant to single drugs. This approach is designed to enhance efficacy, reduce the development of resistance, and improve patient outcomes. By targeting multiple pathways or mechanisms of action, combination therapy can overcome resistance mechanisms employed by pathogens. It is particularly effective against multidrug-resistant bacteria and infections that are difficult to treat with conventional antibiotics alone.


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