Time index

This is a section about Antibiotics time index: 

-1929 -                 Scientist Fleming find the very first antibiotic penicillin by accident from the germ which he had in his petri dish

-1926-                  P-amino benzene Sulfonamide was used clinically which started a completely new generation of the chemical treatment of anti-microorganism.

-1939-                  The Second world war started, which really increased the requirement of the Antibiotic and they need to be high quality antibiotic as well. Fleming and two other scientists successfully picked up the Penicillin and made them into the medicine materials which are able to supply the demand from the front line.

-1947-                  The chloramphenicol was invented at that time; it is mainly used in treating in the low-grade infection

-1947-                  American scientist Waksman found the Streptomycin from the actinomyces which is now used to treat the Bacillary phthisis.

-1948-                  The Achromycin was invented, this is the earliest Broad-spectrum which appears. At the old days’ people think that it can be used efficiently when it has not make a definite diagnosis. However, nowadays it is used to feed the animals.

-1980-                  The Quinolones drug has been invented. It is different from the other types of the anti-bacterial drug because it is able to damage the chromosome of the bacteria. Which means it does not get affected by the Gene exchange drug resistance. 

-1992-                  Some of these drug will cause the liver and kidney dysfunction. So these types of drug are banned by the American government, but they are still being used in some of the developing country.

This is a history line based on the big events which happened during the process of Antibiotics development and invention. Up to now, the Antibiotic drugs are still developing because the bacterial becomes more and more drug resistant so we have to have new drugs which can attack bacteria in different ways in order to kill them successfully.