Study of Combination the Antifungal with the Antibacterial against Bacteria Staphylococcus aureus Isolated from Skin Infection
Dhafer Rahman Abed Al-janabi*
Department of Medical Laboratory Techniques, Faculty of Medical Technologies, Islamic University, Iraq
*Corresponding Author: Dhafer Rahman Abed Al-janabi, Department of Medical Laboratory Techniques, Faculty of Medical Technologies, Islamic University, Iraq.
June 07, 2021; Published: September 23, 2022
Bacteria are one of the factors that cause skin infections. Staphylococcus aureus was the most prevalent type and because of the frequent use of antibacterial, many of them have become resistant. From this principle, it is necessary to test new ones. The combination of the antifungal itraconazole with the antibacterial amoxicillin, norfloxacin and trimethoprim was tested, and some results gave a higher effect compared to the antibacterial. It is possible to use these synergies for skin infections.
Keywords: Antifungal; Antibacterial; Skin Infection; Staphylococcus aureus
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