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What class of drug is said to be the 'sister' drug to penicillin?

Cephalo-sporins

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Good news! Cephalosporins are resistant to penicillinases! Bad news, they are still broken down by ______ :(

cephalosporases

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Cephalosporins are synthesized from ______ _____ mold in seawater!

Cehpalosporium Acremonium

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Since Cephalosporins are like penicillin, they kill bacteria by inhibiting _______ synthesis.

cell wall

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PharmacoKinetics of Cephalosporin: Absorption-Most absorbed well through _____, Some may be delayed by _____ in stomach = results in lower and delayed peak conc....Distribution-Cross the _______; found in high conc in synovial and pericardial fluids...Excretion-Do not undergo appreciable metabolism, Most are excreted in _____

GI Tract...food...placenta..urine

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________ reactions are most common for Cephalosporins.

Hypersenitivity

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What are two ORAL inflammations that can because by Cephalosporins?? _______ = inflamed tongue; smooth, shiny red.... _______ = inflammation, ulcerations on buccal mucosa

Glossitis, Stomatitis

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What are our 2 main concerns for adverse reactions with Cephalosporins?!

1.Superinfection (candidiasis) 2.Nephrotoxicity

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While unlikely, it is probably wise to not give cephalosporin someone with an allergy to penicillin: If patient had full blown Type I (IgE) mediated allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) = contraindicated (up to ____% of these patients will be cross-sensitive)..SO STEER CLEAR

20%

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Cephalosporins are _____ the first choice for an oral facial infection! (although it is effective against: gram ____, gram ____, and _____ bacteria)

NEVER...gram +, gram -, and anaerobic

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For Cephalosporin, the spectrum of kill depends on its Generation. The higher the generation, the more _____ the spectrum of kill.

Broad

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What are the two cephalosporin drugs we need to know?

cephal-exin (Ke-flex), cef-a-droxil

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What do all cephalosporin drugs begin with?

cef or ceph

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What class of antibiotics is Erythromycin? It is ____ in size, and is synthesized by _______ ______.

Its a Macrolide...large size..Strep Erythraeus (bacteria in soil)

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Erythromycin is bactri_____. So its only effective against _______ dividing organisms.

bacterioStatic...actively (can be bactericidal at high doses)

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What is the mechanism of action for Erythromycin?

Inhibits protein synthesis by binding to 50s ribosomal subunit

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Erythromycin penetrates the cell wall of gram ______ bacteria more readily than that of gram _______ bacteria

positive...negative

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Erythromycin is most effective against gram + ______ and gram + _____.

cocci & bacilli, but also effective against some gram negative cocci (Neisseria species) and some gram negative bacilli

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PharmoKinetics of Erythromycin-Absorbed from the stomach to the ____, Metabolized and excreted into the
_____, As it goes through the duct, it causes the smooth muscle to constrict, causing ____ back up into the liver, Results in the POTENTIALLY FATAL: cholestatic hepatitis

liver...bile...bile...cholestatic hepatitis (chole=bile, static=stop)

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What is the primary excretion of erythromycin?

feces (large molecule!)

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As erythromycin passes through the GI tract, it kills bacteria and causes ______, which affects Pt compliance.

diarrhea

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Erythromycin is no longer effective against oral organisms due to _______!! It is NO LONGER USED IN the field of ______.

resistance...dentistry

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Erythromycin-indications (4)

1.Tetnaus 2.Syphilis 3.gonorrhea 4.Acne

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Erythromycin is a "_____" drug in dentistry, it adversely interacts with many drugs.

"RED FLAG"

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What are 3 reasons why we don't use erythromycin in dentistry?

1.Oral bugs are resistant to the drug 2.GI side effects 3.dangerous drug interactions

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Who am I? Bacteriostatic in low doses,Bactericidal at doses used for SBE prophylaxis, An alternative drug to use for antibiotic premedication (see AHA guidelines), Primary indication: used to treat Helicobacter pylori (bacteria that causes gastric and duodenal ulcers)

Clarithromycin (Biaxin)

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Who am I? Drug of choice for upper respiratory tract infections; also used for STDs, Alternate drug for antibiotic premedication (see AHA guidelines), Half-life of 70 hours = because of half-life, drug can be taken for only 5 days instead of usual 7-10 days (dose form = _____). Time to reach peak blood level = 4 hours

AZithromycin (Zithromax)....(Z PACK)

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What drug comes from the family of Lincosamide? How is it made?

Clindamycin..from Strepomyces lincolnesis (lincoln, NE)

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Is clindamycin a macrolide?

NO, its a linocsamide

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Cindamycin is produced by adding a ______ group to lincomycin.

Chlorine

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What is the mechanism of action for Clindamycin?

bacterial protein synthesis (like erythromycin)

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Who am I? Alternative if penicillin-allergic...Alternative drug of choice for mild to early odontogenic infections, Highly effective against most oral pathogens, Most aerobic gram-positive cocci, Staphylococci, Streptococci, Anaerobic gram-negative and gram-positive organisms- Bacteroides...Not effective against gram-negative aerobes or mycoplasma

Clindamycin

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Clindamycin-indications: infections caused by ______ organisms therefore Orofacial infections and ______ infections caused by anaerobic bacteria..Anerobic ________ (bone infections of the oral cavity)

anerobic...PERIODONTAL...osteomyelitis

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WHAT IS THE DRUG OF CHOICE FOR DENTAL PATIENTS ALLERGIC TO PENICILLIN???

Clindamycin

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What is the name of the Clindamycin drug we need to know?

clindamycin HCL (Cleosin)

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Who am I? Broad spectrum (some say intermediate)...Primarily effective against gram positive
organisms... Bacteriostatic at therapeutic doses....Potential to be bactericidal...Acid stabile...Absorbed into bone

Clindamycin

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Clindamycin has no problem being absorbed with _____, and is mainly excreted in ______.

food...feces

38

Which drug is associated with pseudomembranous colitis (C.DIFF)?

Clindamycin (& cephalosporin)

39

When does pseudomembranous colitis caused by antibiotics appear?

weeks/months after antibiotic exposure

40

80% of C Diff cases are ______ aqured.

hospital (nosocomal)

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In pseudomembranous colitis, ______ _______ acts as an opportunistic pathogen and takes over the GI. It produces a ______.

Clostridium difficile...Exotoxin

42

In C. Diff, should the Pt just take some anti-dirrheals and stop bitching?

NO! C Diff still makes its exotoxin and could ultimately cause perforation of the GI!

43

What do you recommend to the Pt if you suspect C Diff? (3)

STOP the antibiotic, Wait 72 hours, call physician if it don't stop.

44

Which antibiotic is associated with raised Wheals?

Clindamycin

45

Which antibiotic Chelates divalent cations? So don't eat/drink ______, _____, or ______!

Tetracycline....dairy, iron, antacids

46

What is the distinguishing feature of tetracycline's structure?

4 rings!

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What is the mechanism of action of tetracycline?

binds to 30s ribosomes and inhibits bacterial protein synthesis

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What 2 processes are needed for Tetracycline to reach the ribosome?

1. diffusion through outer cell membrane 2. active transport through inner membrane

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Tetracycline is ______ spectrum and bacteri______.

Broad...bacteriostatic

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Who am I? Bound to plasma proteins, Widely distributed, Cross placenta, Stored in gingival crevicular fluid, dentin and enamel of unerupted teeth (teratogenic effect)

Tetracycline

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Tetracycline is primarily excreted in ______.

urine

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What are the three main adverse events of tetracycline? What is the FDA teratogen category?

1.Photosensitivity 2.Hepatotoxicity 3.Renal Toxicity (FDA pregnancy category D

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Because of Tetracycline's chelating effects, it is incorporated into ______ and ______.

teeth and bone

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In tetracycline staining teeth become _____/____ in color. This stain is ______ and cannot be removed.

yellow/gray...intrinisic

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Dental indication for the use of tetracycline:

periodontitis

56

What are the three tetracycline drugs to know?

De-oxy-cycline, Mino-cycline, tetra-cycline

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What is the most used tetracycline used in dentistry?

De-oxy-cycline

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Deoxycycline inhibits ________, the enzyme that
breaks down connective tissue and bone.

collegenase

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________ ______ (______) is a subantimicrobial dose that only inhibits collagenase but doesn’t kill bacteria.

doxycycline hyclate (Periostat)

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Doxycycline hyclate (Periostat) is a _________ dose that only inhibits collagenase but doesn’t kill bacteria

SUBantimicrobial!!!!

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What is the tetracycline that is applied subgingivally? (2)

Deoxycycline-Atridox, Arestin (minocycline)

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What is the most potent tetracycline?

Mino-cycline (Minocin)

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Minocycline causes staining in adult teeth! It travels up the dentinal tubules and is deposited at the _____...exposure to light causes the actual staining because it _______ the molecule..._____-dependent response (not duration)

DEJ...oxidizes (thank you Dr. W!)...DOSE

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Which tetracycline is distributed by microsphere sub gingival?

Arestin

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Tetracyclines are CONTRAINDICATED with _______/_______.

penicillin/amoxicillin

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What do we do if Pt requires prophylactic antibiotics, but is on tetracycline and we can't give good ole penicillin V/clarithromycin?

Clinamycin