William D. O’Riordan, MD, FACEP, chief medical officer, eStudySite, explains how iclaprim has a unique mechanism of action, making it a unique antibiotic to treat acute bacterial skin and skin structure infections. Dr. O’Riordan explains how dihydrofolate reductase interferes with an enzyme that is involved with the bacterial cell and essentially “does away” with it.
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