- Difference between vaccines, antivirals and antibiotics. Influenza vaccines prevent or mitigate infections. They are designed to induce a protective immune response in the body against the viruses represented in the vaccine. ... Viral diseases, like influenza, can therefore not be treated with antibiotics.
Major differences between antibiotics and vaccines are :
An antibiotic is a compound or a substance that inhibits or kills the growth of bacteria while vaccine is a preparation that improves the immunity to a particular disease.
A vaccine prevents diseases like polio, small pox, chicken pox, etc. which are caused by a virus. An antibiotic heals infection caused by bacteria.
Antibiotics are available in different forms like tablets, capsules, drops or ointments. Vaccines can be given orally or through injection.
Vaccines are preventive method that is taken before getting infected. Antibiotics are taken after getting infected.
Vaccine:A serum that contain antigen or weak microorganism that stimulate antibody production in body and develop immunity against specific disease.
Antibody:These are specific proteins which are synthesized by the vertebrate in response to a antigen and destroy the antigen that stimulate their production.they are synthesized by B-lymphocytes.
Metals: These are the elements that form positive ions by losing electrons.They have low value of ionization energy, electron affinity and electronegativity.
Non-metals:These are the elements hat form negative ions by gaining electrons.They have high values of ionization energy, electron affinity and electronegativity.
Conductors:These are the elements that allow electricity to pass.usually metals are conductors.
Insulators:These are the elements that do not allow electricity to pass.Usually non-metals are insulators with few exceptions.
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It is true that natural infection almost always causes better immunity than vaccines. Whereas immunity from disease often follows a single natural infection, immunity from vaccines usually occurs only after several doses. However, the difference between vaccination and natural infection is the price paid for immunity.
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Vaccines are given to the normal pasents
antibiotics is given to the who are affected by the virus
Vaccines are the precautions in which microbes are injected in body in a little amount which increases the immu e system .
Natural infections are the result of microbial action on body i.e cell
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Antibodies are produced by the immune system to fight of any infections
Metals are sonorous, ductile , conductors , malleable unlike non metals
Conductors allow the flow of electrons through itself , insulators don’t
Fondue for are usually metals and insulators non-metas
Electric current can be present in conductors and electrostatic current in insulators