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What Are Drug-Resistant Pathogens?

Drug-resistant pathogens refer to strains of bacteria that have evolved to resist treatment by antibiotics or antifungal medications. They are microbes that have developed defense mechanisms to survive and even multiply despite the administration of antibiotics….

Can a Prescription Error Lead to Antibiotic Resistance?

Antibiotics are used to destroy or inhibit the growth of germs or bacteria. They are often prescribed to treat bacterial infections and prevent the spread of diseases. If a doctor makes an error when prescribing an…

Possible Warning Signs of an Incorrect Dosage

Medication errors are a common type of medical malpractice. One primary example is the incorrect dosage being given to a patient. An overdose or underdose of a medication could lead to adverse side effects, dangerous drug…

Potential Consequences of an Underdose or Underprescribing

While medication overdoses receive the most attention, a lesser-known issue is underdosing, also known as underprescribing. This refers to a physician prescribing or a pharmacist administering fewer medications or a lower dosage than a patient needs….