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Neomycin- SE

Neosporin- not good abx coverage. 3rd most common skin allergen.

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Neomycin- MOA

Binds to ribosome inhibiting bacterial replication

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Neomycin- Uses

Antibiotic skin treatment

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Bacitracin- MOA

Inhibits cell wall synthesis- static or tidal Not good abx

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Bacitracin- Uses

Topical antibiotic- prevention of infection

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Bacitracin- SE

Common skin allergen

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Mupirocin- MOA

inhibits bacterial protein synthesis

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Mupirocin- Uses

impetigo & skin infections, good for staph

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Mupirocin- SE

burning and stinging

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Betadine- MOA

inhibits cell wall synthesis

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Betadine- Uses

Antibacterial- prevention and treatment of bacterial skin infection

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Betadine- SE

skin irritation

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Silvadene- MOA

Acts on cell wall- bactericidal for gram - + and yeast

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Silvadene- Uses

Gram + - & yeast. Burns

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Silvadene- SE

skin discoloration, hepatic and nephrotic symptoms

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Dicloxacillin- MOA

penicillin- cell wall inhibitor. Resistant against pencillinase enzymes

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Dicloxacillin- Uses

Impetigo and soft tissue infections. MSSA

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Dicloxacillin- SE

Hypersensativity, GI, neuritis, nephrotoxicity, cation toxicity

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Cephalexin- MOA

Cell wall inhibitor- bacteriostatic

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Cephalexin- Uses

staph and strept impedigo, skin and soft tissues infections

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Cephalexin- SE

SJS, TEN

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Cipro- MOA

Bacteriacidal- inhibit DNA replication by blocking DNA gyrase & topermase

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Cipro- Uses

Pseudomonas- hot tub folliculits

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Cipro- SE

GI, neurotoxicity, phototoxicity, pregnancy