Question by  krismomma (20)

What are some diseases caused by bacteria?

Can the same antibiotic cure all of them?


Answer by  starmlw (960)

Bacteria in or on the body usually cause some kind of infection. Bacteria in the lungs can cause pneumonia. Bacteria in your skin cells causes a condition known as cellulitis. There are broad spectrum antibiotics that can kill a large variety of bacteria, but it is better if you can culture the bacteria and determine a specific antibiotic for treatment.


Answer by  PAtobeDU12 (239)

Some examples of bacterial diseases are strep throat, meningitis, bacterial vaginosis, Chlamydia, Pertussis, and pneumonia. They are caused by different bacteria, they can not be cured by the same antibiotics.


Answer by  Neal (10)

Diseases caused by bacteria is syphilis, gonorrhea, typhus fever, leprosy, tuberculosis etc.


Answer by  LisaEicholtz (227)

Penicillin is used to treat alot of sicknesses. THey usually start everyone out on a antibiotic called amoxicillin. It is usually a good drug to start with.


Answer by  eadarlin (12)

A disease cause by bacteria is thrust. It is a bacteria in the mouth. It happens to babies and aids patiants. It is a sign of a bad immune system.

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