- Mar 27, 2018 -
Depending on the nature of the drug, antibiotics can be divided into the following four categories.
Breeding period antibacterial agent: For example, penicillin, cephalosporins, fluoroquinolones and so on;
Stationary stage antibacterial agent: for example, ammonia glucoside, and polymyxins;
Quick-acting antibacterial agent: for example, lincosamides, tetracyclines, amphenicols, macrolides;
Slow-acting antibacterial agent: for example, sulfonamides
It will increase opportunities for synergy when breeding period antibacterial agents combine with stationary stage antibacterial agents.
It has antagonism effects when breeding period antibacterial agents combine with quick-acting antibacterial agents.
It will have additive action when quick-acting antibacterial agents combine with slow-acting antibacterial agents.
Synergistic and additive effects can be produced by the use of stationary stage antibacterial agents combined with fast-acting antibacterial agents.
It shows irrelevant effects that breeding period antibacterial agents are associated with slow-acting antibacterial agents.
The synergistic and cumulative effects of the combination of the breeding period, the static bactericide and the rapid bacteriostatic agent are often occurred.
It usually has synergistic and additive effects when breeding period antibacterial agent, stationary stage antibacterial agent and Quick-acting antibacterial agents are used together.
Therefore, amoxicillin, cefquinome and tylosin, tilmicosin should not be used in combination.