Cold is a respiratory disorder and is caused by various types of viruses. The common cold is transmitted through many ways and can affect you if you come in contact with the infected person. Cold or common cold is mostly caused by a virus named Rhinovirus. The common symptoms of the cold are a cough, sore throat, sneezing, and a runny nose. The common cold is a self-limited disease that gets cured in a few days.
Increasing antimicrobial resistance becomes a problem all over the world, compounded by the lack of new microbial drug development. This leaves the prudent use of the microbial drugs, along with infection control, as an important strategy to counter this emerging threat.