Inflam­ma­to­ry dis­eases of the upper res­pi­ra­to­ry tract are among the most com­mon in clin­i­cal prac­tice. Dis­eases such as ton­sil­li­tis and bron­chi­tis affect both chil­dren and adults. Some­times these patho­log­i­cal con­di­tions can be caused by virus­es, but often a bac­te­r­i­al infec­tion also joins. In this case, it is nec­es­sary to use antibac­te­r­i­al drugs (antibi­otics). It should be recalled that antibi­ot­ic ther­a­py should be car­ried out only after a com­plete exam­i­na­tion of the patient, diag­no­sis and check­ing the sen­si­tiv­i­ty of the flo­ra to a par­tic­u­lar antibi­ot­ic.

Antibi­otics are a pow­er­ful and effec­tive rem­e­dy for many dis­eases. These antibac­te­r­i­al sub­stances of syn­thet­ic, semi-syn­thet­ic or nat­ur­al ori­gin can quick­ly stop the growth of harm­ful microor­gan­isms or com­plete­ly destroy them.

There are con­traindi­ca­tions. Check with your doc­tor.

The best antibiotics for sore throat, bronchitis and cough

Fluimucil-antibiotic IT

Fluimu­cil-antibi­ot­ic IT

Fluimu­cil is one of the few tru­ly effec­tive antibi­otics suit­able for both injec­tion and inhala­tion. This antibi­ot­ic is used main­ly for inhala­tion with a wet cough, bron­chi­tis, ton­sil­li­tis, tra­cheitis and a num­ber of oth­er res­pi­ra­to­ry dis­eases. Also, this solu­tion can be called one of the best means for wash­ing or instil­la­tion for sinusi­tis, includ­ing sinusi­tis, and oti­tis media.

Due to the suc­cess­ful com­bi­na­tion of antibi­ot­ic and mucolyt­ic, Fluimu­cil not only elim­i­nates path­o­gen­ic microflo­ra, but also helps to cleanse the prob­lem area. For exam­ple, with bron­chi­tis, the drug accel­er­ates the process of spu­tum excre­tion. Fluimu­cil-antibi­ot­ic IT is released in the form of a solu­tion of 500 mg for inhala­tion and injec­tion. It should not be con­fused with the effer­ves­cent tablets and gran­ules of the same name for the prepa­ra­tion of a solu­tion that is tak­en oral­ly.


Azithromycin antibi­ot­ic

A bud­get domes­tic broad-spec­trum drug is the most com­mon drug against colds. Despite the low price, it copes well with var­i­ous res­pi­ra­to­ry infec­tions, includ­ing bron­chi­tis, laryn­gi­tis and pneu­mo­nia.

But in the instruc­tions for use, you can see a large num­ber of side effects and con­traindi­ca­tions, alas, char­ac­ter­is­tic of most of these drugs. In addi­tion, it is not rec­om­mend­ed for chil­dren under 16 years of age, as well as for adults who have arrhyth­mias, kid­ney or liv­er fail­ure.


Sumamed antibi­ot­ic

A very effec­tive broad spec­trum bac­te­rio­sta­t­ic antibi­ot­ic based on azithromycin. It acts against a vari­ety of microor­gan­isms that can cause ton­sil­li­tis, bron­chi­tis and oth­er dis­eases of the upper res­pi­ra­to­ry tract. Sumamed eas­i­ly copes even with advanced cas­es of puru­lent ton­sil­li­tis, oti­tis, with a mod­er­ate dis­ease, it removes all the symp­toms of acute res­pi­ra­to­ry infec­tions in just a day. It acts very quick­ly, so only three tablets are usu­al­ly enough for treat­ment. Ease of use is one of the main advan­tages of this drug.

There are con­traindi­ca­tions and side effects, but they are few­er than most cheap­er antibi­otics. Doc­tors love this drug very much, give it high marks, not­ing high effi­cien­cy in most cas­es. Chil­dren from three years of age are allowed to attend. But it is bet­ter for chil­dren to give it in the form of a sus­pen­sion, not tablets.

The best antibiotics for sinusitis


Isofra nose drops

Although this French drug is quite inex­pen­sive and does not have the widest spec­trum of action, it is lit­er­al­ly indis­pens­able in the treat­ment of a pro­tract­ed cold with rhini­tis, sinusi­tis or nasopharyn­gi­tis. In addi­tion, this antibi­ot­ic is used to treat both adults and chil­dren.

The drug is con­sid­ered one of the most harm­less antibi­otics, goes well with oth­er drugs, has vir­tu­al­ly no con­traindi­ca­tions. Pos­si­ble side effects include only an aller­gy to indi­vid­ual com­po­nents and some dete­ri­o­ra­tion in the microflo­ra of the nasophar­ynx with pro­longed use. How­ev­er, it is impor­tant to remem­ber that this is still an antibi­ot­ic that must be used as pre­scribed by a doc­tor. In addi­tion, it is cat­e­gor­i­cal­ly not rec­om­mend­ed for use in aller­gic rhini­tis or as a rem­e­dy for aller­gies.

Polydex with phenylephrine

Poly­dex with phenyle­phrine nasal drops

Poly­dex spray is a com­plex rem­e­dy that is pre­scribed for a pro­tract­ed cold with puru­lent dis­charge from the nose. Thanks to the com­bi­na­tion of two antibi­otics and the vaso­con­stric­tor phenyle­phrine, this antibi­ot­ic has a wide spec­trum of action and is effec­tive in the fight against sinusi­tis and oth­er sinusi­tis, rhini­tis and a num­ber of dif­fer­ent bac­te­ria. These drops can be called the best drug that has an antibac­te­r­i­al and anti-inflam­ma­to­ry effect and improves breath­ing. The effect of their appli­ca­tion, as a rule, is notice­able after 3–5 days. The full course of treat­ment takes no more than 10 days.

It is impor­tant to remem­ber that this is not only a nasal spray, but also a strong antibi­ot­ic that has a num­ber of con­traindi­ca­tions. In addi­tion to preg­nant women and chil­dren under 2.5 years old, Poly­dex is not suit­able for adults suf­fer­ing from glau­co­ma, kid­ney fail­ure and kid­ney dis­ease. There­fore, it is often replaced with a more gen­tle ana­logue.

Vilprafen® solutab

Vil­prafen® solutab tablets

Vil­pro­fen Solutab is a rather large tablet with a sweet taste and a pleas­ant straw­ber­ry aro­ma. The main active ingre­di­ent is josamycin, which is effec­tive against bac­te­r­i­al infec­tions caused by a vari­ety of pathogens. The drug is often pre­scribed for sore throat, bron­chi­tis, oti­tis media, pneu­mo­nia, as well as den­tal infec­tions, furun­cu­lo­sis and dis­eases of the gen­i­touri­nary sys­tem.

The main fea­ture of the antibi­ot­ic is that it can be tak­en dur­ing preg­nan­cy and breast­feed­ing with­out fear of seri­ous con­se­quences for the child. This drug as a whole can be called one of the safest. Con­traindi­ca­tions are reduced to intol­er­ance to macrolide antibi­otics and severe liv­er dis­ease. Side effects are min­i­mal. The only draw­back of the rem­e­dy, doc­tors and patients call its high cost.

Best Broad Spectrum Antibiotics


Amox­i­cillin tablets

A broad-spec­trum antibi­ot­ic, a time-test­ed pop­u­lar drug, is quite inex­pen­sive, but works quite effec­tive­ly. It can be tak­en for a vari­ety of dis­eases that occur both with and with­out fever — from ton­sil­li­tis and oti­tis media to Lyme dis­ease, menin­gi­tis and sep­sis.

Amox­i­cillin is per­haps one of the most pop­u­lar antibi­otics for adults and chil­dren. The pres­ence of dif­fer­ent forms of release, includ­ing tablets and sus­pen­sions, as well as a rel­a­tive­ly small list of pos­si­ble side effects, allow even preg­nant women and babies aged 1 month to take the med­i­cine.


Tetra­cy­cline tablets

Prob­a­bly almost every adult knows this fre­quent­ly pre­scribed drug. Pro­duced in var­i­ous forms, the antibi­ot­ic is almost uni­ver­sal. In most cas­es, tetra­cy­cline is tak­en in the form of tablets, includ­ing bron­chi­tis, ton­sil­li­tis, pharyn­gi­tis, pro­sta­ti­tis, eczema, and var­i­ous infec­tions of the gas­troin­testi­nal tract and soft tis­sues. Act­ing in a com­plex way, this antibi­ot­ic quick­ly copes with most infec­tious caus­es of cough, fever and oth­er ail­ments. Also, the antibi­ot­ic is avail­able in the form of an oint­ment for exter­nal use and eye oint­ment, which helps to elim­i­nate some prob­lems local­ly.

How­ev­er, the antibi­ot­ic has many con­traindi­ca­tions and is not suit­able for chil­dren under 8 years of age, as well as for women dur­ing preg­nan­cy or lac­ta­tion. Also, like many strong drugs, it can cause seri­ous side effects.


Clabax tablets

An effec­tive drug based on clar­ithromycin, which has high activ­i­ty against a huge num­ber of microor­gan­isms. Klabaks is resis­tant to acids, so you can drink it at any time, regard­less of the meal. Long-term post-antibi­ot­ic effect due to the main­te­nance of the sub­stance in the body ensures the com­plete destruc­tion of bac­te­ria.

Doc­tors rec­om­mend tak­ing this drug for var­i­ous ENT dis­eases, infec­tions of the gas­troin­testi­nal tract, gen­i­touri­nary sys­tem, and skin. Pro­vid­ed that the dosage is cor­rect­ly cal­cu­lat­ed, it is allowed to be tak­en by chil­dren from six months. The only con­traindi­ca­tion is intol­er­ance to macrolide antibi­otics — clar­ithromycin, ery­thromycin and oth­ers. The safe­ty of the drug has been proven by numer­ous tests — it caus­es the min­i­mum num­ber of side effects for antibi­otics.

Best antibiotics for kids


Amox­i­clav syrup

The leader among the best chil­dren’s antibi­otics can be con­fi­dent­ly called a uni­ver­sal broad-spec­trum drug, suit­able for both adults and chil­dren. The most pop­u­lar form of Amox­i­clav is tablets, but in phar­ma­cies you can eas­i­ly find a sus­pen­sion, which is usu­al­ly giv­en to young chil­dren and even new­borns with severe colds, coughs and fever caused by var­i­ous infec­tions.

In addi­tion to the con­ve­nient form of release and ver­sa­til­i­ty, the advan­tages of the drug include the min­i­mum num­ber of con­traindi­ca­tions and side effects, afford­able cost, and a quick effect from tak­ing. It is easy for chil­dren to drink due to the pleas­ant taste. Despite the mild effect of the drug, you can take it, like oth­er antibi­otics, only as direct­ed by a doc­tor. In addi­tion, Amox­i­clav can­not be com­bined with cer­tain oth­er med­i­cines.


Aug­mentin syrup

Aug­mentin is one of the few antibi­otics safe enough to be giv­en to young chil­dren, even infants. Despite the rel­a­tive­ly small num­ber of side effects, the drug, unlike some ana­logues, can still have a neg­a­tive effect on the kid­neys and intestines. There­fore, it should be tak­en with cau­tion, espe­cial­ly at an ear­ly age.

In gen­er­al, the antibi­ot­ic is effec­tive and has a good com­po­si­tion. Espe­cial­ly often this antibac­te­r­i­al agent is pre­scribed in the treat­ment of bron­chi­tis, ton­sil­li­tis, sinusi­tis, as well as var­i­ous res­pi­ra­to­ry tract infec­tions. In addi­tion, due to the extend­ed com­plex action, this antibi­ot­ic is also effec­tive in the fight against var­i­ous mixed infec­tions. In addi­tion to the sus­pen­sion, Aug­mentin is also avail­able in the form of tablets that school-age chil­dren and adults can take.


Ospamox syrup

The drug based on amox­i­cillin is avail­able in var­i­ous dosage forms, but in pedi­atrics it is used main­ly in the form of gran­ules for the prepa­ra­tion of a sus­pen­sion. In addi­tion to time-test­ed effi­cien­cy, it has a low cost. Refers to broad-spec­trum antibac­te­r­i­al drugs, effec­tive for sore throat, bron­chi­tis, as well as infec­tious dis­eases of the gas­troin­testi­nal tract, soft tis­sues and skin.

The drug is strong enough, when treat­ing chil­dren with it, you need to strict­ly select the dosage, so you can not drink it with­out a doc­tor’s pre­scrip­tion. There are also a num­ber of side effects and incom­pat­i­bil­i­ty with some oth­er drugs.

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