Antibiotic-resistant Bacterial Infections in Dogs
Gentle cleaning of the wound will help to degrade the fragile L-form organisms. In most cases, doctors allow the open wounds to heal by secondary intention; that is, the open edges of the wound are not intentionally closed (e.g., by stitches), but are allowed to heal by themselves, growing new tissue over the wound. The main treatment in this case is by cleansing the wound, applying antibiotic ointment to the wound, and applying fresh bandages.
Your veterinarian will prescribe medications such as antibiotics to treat the symptoms as well as the disease; however, these organisms are resistant and difficult to target with antibiotics. The fever usually breaks within 24-48 hours. In many cases, arthritic symptoms continue to persist.
The ability that a certain organism has to create disease
Anything that has been recognized as to be not what would be accepted as normal.
Found underneath the dermis
The singular form of the word bacteria; a tiny, microscopic organism only made up of one cell.
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