Scientists may have found natural alternative antibiotics for the treatment of diseases caused by a bacterial infection, some studies found.
Infection is a medical condition caused by bacteria multiplication after entering the body.
Most bacteria were killed off by the white blood cells of the first line of defense of the immune system before they can enter the body.
In this stage, the immune systematic response stimulates the production of proteins associated with the production of coagulation to seal the wound and damage and pro-inflammatory cytokines to destroy the invaded bacteria, leading to symptoms of fever, skin redness in the infected area.
However, if they enter the body successfully, they can initiate infection through the stage of incubation where bacterial multiplying in the specific tissues and organs, leading to the colonization and in facilitating diseases development.
Patients with acute bacterial infection usually recover in a short period of time within 3 weeks.
Some bacterial pathogens can establish life-long chronic infections in the host by persistent establishment after an acute infection period.
" Persistent bacterial infection may involve occupation of a particular tissue type or organ or modification of the intracellular environment within eukaryotic cells".
"Bacteria appear to adapt their immediate environment to favor survival and may hijack essential immunoregulatory mechanisms designed to minimize immune pathology or the inappropriate activation of immune effectors".
Honey is the miraculous product made by bees using nectar from flowers.
The rich golden liquid It is considered one of healthy sweet food for replacing the use of white sugar and artificial sweetener by many people.
On finding natural sources as a new antibiotic with no side effects, researchers examine the Manuka honey (MH) antibacterial effect in bioactive wound dressings.
Epidemiological studies suggested that MH provides unique antibacterial activity compared to conventional kinds of honey, due to its constituents, methylglyoxal (MGO).
In the evaluation of the antibacterial activity of both MH and MGO (at equivalent MGO concentrations) when applied as a physical coating to a nonwoven fabric wound dressing, researchers found that* Application of concentrations of 0.0054 mg cm-2 of MGO in the form of MH and MGO is sufficient to achieve a 100 colony forming unit % bacteria reduction against gram-positive Staphylococcus aureus and gram-negative Klebsiella pneumonia.
* However, a 3- to 20-fold increase in MGO concentration (0.0170-0.1 mg cm-2) was required to facilitate a good antibacterial effect.
Four types of Gram-negative bacteria, namely Enterobacter cloacae, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Pseudomonas spp. and Acinetobacter spp., and three Gram-positive bacteria, namely Staphylococcus aureus, coagulase-negative Staphylococcus aureus (CONS) and Streptococcus spp. were included in the study.
The comparable results were also found in the Aquacel-Manuka honey and Aquacel-Tualang honey dressing against Gram-negative bacteria.
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(1) Antibacterial Properties of Nonwoven Wound Dressings Coated with Manuka Honey or Methylglyoxal by Bulman SEL1, Tronci G2, Goswami P3, Carr C4, Russell SJ5.(PubMed)
(2) Antibacterial properties of tualang honey and its effect in burn wound management: a comparative study by Nasir NA1, Halim AS, Singh KK, Dorai AA, Haneef MN.(PubMed)
(3) The antibacterial properties of Malaysian tualang honey against wound and enteric microorganisms in comparison to manuka honey by Tan HT1, Rahman RA, Gan SH, Halim AS, Hassan SA, Sulaiman SA, Kirnpal-Kaur B.(PubMed)
(4) Chronic bacterial infections: living with unwanted guests by Young D1, Hussell T, Dougan G.(PubMed)