Current research in microbiology

The survival of microorganisms was assumed since many centuries before their actual discovery. In the present generation, most of the antibiotic use in humans is to reduce the magnitude and term of morbidity of acute, community-acquired infections in immune competent patients, rather than to save lives. There is a negligible amount of consideration of contribution to phagocytosis and other host defenses in the researches. The antibiotic treatment regimens, which emphasizes antibiotics as if it was the sole mechanism responsible for the clearance of infections. Growing the antimicrobial-resistance concerns &  dictates it needs to be tested & isolate against anti-microbes that were previously assumed for the effective agents.