First of all, I want it to be standard that when anti-biotics enters papers it is to hold to pieces of information, at least. These are "type of anti-biotic" and "brand", fx. Pfizer. Additionally, much or all technical information should also be included, if possible, from needle to batch-bag, to manual handling, to various suspicions of pollution sources for the medicine and so on.
Secondly, there are some worries about the quenching of MRSA, whether actually a weakness in the patient itself or the very "multi-resistent bacteria" itself. But, and with no excuse, all of these worries can be solved in laboratory using a type of pattern/gene-database and then building these outside the patients and see how the genes develop into the MRSA and what bacteria that precedes this course, if this kind of evidence is possible to back-trace by these gene-investigations.
The gene-investigations can then later be re-traced to patients who have died or who have contracted some kind of MRSA and consider any counter-measures, even down to the overdose anasthetics. I can't see why the patients in these cases should have the duty to endure a terminally ill condition that's painful.
My last thing to this is that all questions concerning anti-biotics are more or less solved or solvable and that only corrupt/idiotic med. doctors prevent the good medical practice, as always. In a sense, the erring/"erring" doctor's lethal interaction with a patient whether "in-door" or "out-door", has always been a danger.
PS: If anything here is questionable or outright wrong, I am as always on the watch to correct information in no time!
PS2: This comes in after I've score on "Demarcation Problem in Philosophy of Science" and "on underlying data-set problems for the HIV/AIDS theory and connected worries of science".
List of some Pharmaceutical Companies:
1 Johnson & Johnson
8 Abbott Laboratories
9 Merck & Co.
10 Bayer HealthCare
11 Eli Lilly
12 Bristol-Myers Squibb
Source for the list: Wikipedia.
A suggested priority list:
Azithromycin Zithromax', Sumamed, Xithrone'
Dirithromycin Dynabac (discontinued)
Erythromycin Erythocin', Erythroped'
Troleandomycin Tao (discontinued)
Telithromycin Ketek Pneumonia Visual Disturbance, Liver Toxicity. (I.e., be careful with right dosage to the body, kids do have lower body weight.)
Streptococcal infections, syphilis, upper respiratory tract infections, lower respiratory tract infections, mycoplasmal infections, Lyme disease
Nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea (especially at higher doses)
Prolonged QT interval (especially erythromycin)
(inhibition of bacterial protein biosynthesis by binding reversibly to the subunit 50S of the bacterial ribosome, thereby inhibiting translocation of peptidyl tRNA.)
Not that I've suggested these special considerations of the contents of eggs to the effect of wanting to hurt people, but rather on par with the blatant effect of alcohol killing bacteria and viruses on the petri-dish.
Again, alcohol isn't to recommend here because "overdose" of alcohol kills you, unkown how much it takes to a "neutral" person.
As with penicillin, the killing of other bacteria has been a discovery, indicating "a slight possibility" to find natural ways to health and healthy body, like with these eggs.
Hearsay: that at one stage, it is a stimulant for growth and at another level, it is the antibiotics for staying healthy.
(I am no specialist in this field of pharmacy/medicine. Rather, I look for a type of strategy where natural ingredients like with air belong to the people and to be exploited as such as well.)