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Aminoglycosides (Gentamicin, streptomycin)

Bind 30s irreversibly, have low oral availability, Bacteriocidal, for severe gram -ve infections, have low therapeutic index and cause nephrotoxicity and ototoxicity, Can be mutated by CAT-like enzymes.

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Ampicillin

Strength is more potent against gram negative. Broad spectrum

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Oxalidinones (linezolid)

Last result to bind to 23 to prevent 70s translation. For Gram positive bacteria.

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Lincosamides (Clindamycin)

Target 50s and penetrate into bones to treat osteomyelitis. bu tcause colitis killing good bacteria allowing C. Diff infection

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Amoxicillin

more resistant against gastric acid, more effective inoral meds.

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Chloramphenicol

inhibit peptidyl transferase in the 50s subunits, broad spectrum, inhibit bone marrow and grey baby syndrome. easily absorbed and distributed to treat meningitis. Resisted by CAT

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Oxacillin

Similar to methicillin, Resist beta=lactamase.

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Tetracyclines (Doxycyclyine)

for intracell bacteria - Chlamydia and Rickettsia, Broad spectrum to bind to 30s proteins, can't use on children under 8 or pregnancy due to bone/teeth development. Resisted via pumps

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B-Lactams

Bind to PBPs such that pBps cross-link in peptidoglycan synthesis. Resisted by beta-lactamases especially carbapenmase. And Staph Aureus as well as MrSA via SCC Mec.

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Quinolones

iNhibit type II DnA topoisomerase during DNA replication. Bacteriocidal, Fluoroquinolones - broad spectrum for anaerobes, pseudomonas, and EC bacteria. Resistance rvia mutations of topoisomerase

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Daptomycin

targets cell membrane, IV only bc of huge lipid chain, good against MRSA.

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Augmentin

Amoxicillin and clavulanic acid.

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Rifamycin (Refampicin)

inhibits bacterial transcriptase and treats prosthetic organ infection, tb and Leprosy. resisted via mutation of Dna dependent rna polymerase

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Nitroimidazole (metronidazole Flaglyl)

binds to DNA to inhibit nucleic acid synthis, prodrug, treats C. Diff. Treats anaerobic, Flagellates, and amoebas.

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Sulfanimides

works with TmP to inhibit synthesis and activates folic acid (TMP inhibits dihyrofoalte reductase) bacteriostatic - need to be hydrated, concentrate in urine, good for urine. Resisted by dihydroteroate synthetase. Strain must be resistant to both TMP and sulfanide to work.

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Streptogramins

Target 50s ribosomal proteins, bacteriodical with gram positive for VRE and VRSA. May have MLS resistance thanks to erythormycin.

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Macrolindes (Erythomycin)

Bind to 23S on 50s block translocation of ribosome and mainly for gram positive bacteria for patients alellergic to pencillin, efflux/methylation resistance

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Glycopeptides (Vancomycin/teichoplanin)

Bind to peptide ends (D-alanyl-Dalanine) on peptidoglycan for Beta-lactamase reistant gram positive bacteria to treat Colitis. Resistant by those with D-alanyl-D-lactate ends.