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What's in the Report ?
Overview: Bacterial conjunctivitis is a contagious eye infection in which the conjunctiva of one or both the eyes are infected by bacteria such as Staphylococci, Gonococci, Chlamydia, and Streptococci. The infection caused by Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhea species are extremely severe. However, there are many antibiotics that help in curing these conditions, thus ensuring quicker clearance of the indications of infection. Healio reported that nearly 5 million bacterial conjunctivitis cases are registered every year. There are many antibiotics currently used for the treatment, which include Besivance, Zymaxid, Maxitrol, and AzaSite. These antibiotics can be administered via oral, transdermal, and…