Flashcards in 3rd gen quick facts Deck (6):
enterobacter better coverage,
h flu, cararrhalis
ceftazidime: p aeruginosa
what do they not have acitivty agaist
no anaerobes or enterococci
place in therapy ceftriaxone and cefotaxime
ceftriaxone (adults), cefotaxime (children).
when strep pneumo, h flu, are likely: CAP, meningitis
where enterobacter is likely: intraabdominal infections
place in therapy ceftazidime and cefepime
nosocomial where pseudomonas is likely.
what is wrong with ceftazidime
it has poor gram + coverage.