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Abstract Infections account for a major cause of death throughout the developing world. This is mainly due to the emergence of newer infectious agents and more specifically due to the appearance of antimicrobial resistance.
With time, the bacteria have become smarter and along with it, massive imprudent usage of antibiotics in clinical practice has resulted in resistance of bacteria to antimicrobial agents.
The antimicrobial resistance is recognized as a major problem in the treatment of microbial infections.
Determination of bacterial resistance to antibiotics of all classes phenotypes and mutations that are responsible for bacterial resistance to antibiotics genetic analysis are helpful. Better understanding of the mechanisms of antibiotic resistance will help clinicians regarding usage of antibiotics in different situations.
This review discusses the mechanism of action and resistance development in commonly used antimicrobials. Keywords: Antibiotics, antimicrobial resistance, bacterial cell wall, mechanism of action Introduction The struggle of mankind against infectious diseases is well known. The discovery of antibiotics led to optimism that infections can be controlled and prevented.
However, infections are still the leading cause of death in developing world. This is due to the emergence of new disease, reemergence of diseases once controlled and more specifically due to the appearance of antimicrobial resistance.
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