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Antibiotic treatment

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Antibiotic treatment

Since the discovery of penicillin by Alexander Fleming in 1928, antibiotics have saved millions of lives, in both human and veterinary medicine. They're an invaluable tool used against many diseases and constantly evolving, but whilst antibiotics are incredibly useful and invaluable, they can pose a significant challenge when used in guinea pig medicine.

Antibiotics are important medicines used to treat infections caused by bacteria

What are antibiotics?

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What are the potential dangers of using antibiotics?

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When are antibiotics useful?

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How does my vet know which antibiotic to use?

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What else do I need to know?

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