Webinar on


October 22, 2021

Webinar on Antibiotics

Theme: Exploring advances within the field of antibiotic research

Webinar on Antibiotics is going to be hosted on October 22, 2021. This webinar aims to support global researchers and students in delivering their ideas by a secure and successful event. The main objective of Antibiotics 2021 is, “Exploring advances within the field of antibiotic research". This will provide a platform to discuss and exchange of innovative ideas and to share research experiences to young aspirants in various fields of  Antibiotic.

Session 01:- Pharmacology of Antibiotics
Antibiotics form part of a wider range of Antimicrobial agents, a group that also includes antifungals, antivirals, antiprotozoal, and disinfectants. This group is also known as chemotherapeutic agents. The session is open for clinical pharmacology of antibiotics, Drug therapy, Pathophysiology, Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics, Drug screening, Characterization, Synthesis, and Assays for therapeutic efficacy, Drug disposition, Raw Materials for production, Clinical trials and Regulations, Structure-Activity relationship, Antibiotic prophylaxis, Synthesis of antimicrobials, New methods of testing antimicrobial activity, Synergism between different types of antimicrobials, Design, and testing of antimicrobial surfaces.

Session 02:- Genetics of Antimicrobial Resistance
Antibiotic Resistance acquired by bacteria, can be achieved through gene mutation or the acquisition of foreign resistance genes or a combined mechanism. The session is open for most common resistance mechanisms employed by bacteria, alteration of the antimicrobial, performing / introducing a mutation in the antimicrobial target site, active efflux of the antimicrobial across the cell membrane, types of antibiotic resistance, about horizontal gene transfer, molecular genetic work.

Session 03:- Antibiotic Therapy
Certain antibiotics are effective against protozoans and fungi; toxicity is observed, even when the therapeutic dosage is administered in humans and animals. Viral antigens are resistant to antibiotics such as common cold, influenza and the present coronavirus and may be harmful when taken inappropriately. Antibiotic misuse has been observed as a concern in the medical community. Many general principles can help you make decisions about initiating, selecting, and discontinuing antibiotic therapy. The therapies include; Outpatient therapy: This treatment lasts for about 28 to 90 days, depending upon what you are expecting from the treatment. Hospital therapy: Empirical administration of antibiotics as the first line of treatment of broader specificity.

Session 04:- Antibiotic Resistance & Prevention 
Antibiotic resistance has been emerged as an important determinant of outcome for patients in the intensive care unit (ICU). This is mostly due to the administration of inadequate antimicrobial treatment, which is most repeatedly related to bacterial antibiotic resistance. World Health Organization (WHO) classified Antibiotic resistance as a hazard, wherein the situation could turn pathetic in the future. Antibiotic resistance has spread across the world regardless of age and turned to be the challenge for the medical research .First line treatment though broader, hasn’t been effective. Bacteria have become resistant to antimicrobial agents as a result of chromosomal changes or the exchange of genetic material via plasmid. Streptococcus pneumonia, Streptococcus pyogenic, and staphylococci, organisms are now resistant to all of the older antibiotics

Session 05:- Antibiotics in Oncology
For patients getting chemotherapy, there is an expanded danger of disease because of a low WBC tally (neutropenia) caused by a dangerous impact of chemotherapy on the bone marrow. The most critical diminishment in mortality was seen in surveying prophylaxis with quinolones. For patients with hematologic tumour, anti-microbial prophylaxis is emphatically prescribed, ideally with a quinolone. Prophylaxis may likewise be considered for patients with strong tumours or lymphoma.

  • Pharmacology of Antibiotics
  • Genetics of Antimicrobial Resistance
  • Antibiotic Therapy
  • Antibiotic Resistance & Prevention
  • Antibiotics in Oncology

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