Inhaled anti-infectives are agents that act locally, in the lungs to treat infection. Inhaled antibiotics are used to treat bacterial infection and antiviral medicines treat viral infections. These anti-infectives are inhaled either as dry powder or as a solution via a nebulizer.
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