Though the optimal selection of the medication for hospital formulary contributes to the maximal aligning of community interests to drugs’ use, it is critical to describe cautionary characteristics of the medicaments. In fact, despite the relative optimization of amoxicillin, ampicillin, and carbenicillin use, three-drug groups have contraindications, which must be well-examined by the patients. Specifically, the medicaments may not be used by pregnant women as well as the patients, who have renal impairment, and allergy history.
In detail, it must be noted that the use of amoxicillin may evoke abdominal discomfort, headache, and dizziness. Ampicillin may pose such threats to the patients’ health as skin rash, anaphylaxis, and some other allergic reactions. The use of carbenicillin may threaten diarrhea, distress, and negative hypersensitivity reactions. Except for bringing the cautionary characteristics to patients’ attention, the hospital formularies have to emphasize the guidance of side effects monitoring. Mainly, the specialists have to indicate the specific allergy analyses and medical history considerations in the clinical formularies, which have to be overviewed prior to making actual prescriptions.
According to the cautionary considerations, one may conclude that the physical reactions to antimicrobial medication may be quite different. Since the analyzed drugs have diverse structure and prescription characteristics, they may evoke diverse effects, one of which regards antimicrobial rejection. The respective reaction hampers the effectiveness of the treatment process. Conclusively, it may be recommended to include the notes on the results of antimicrobial reaction into the medical histories of the patients with the aim of enhancing awareness of anti-infective medication characteristics.