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1

Sepsis Not Severe

Wait, watch and culture x2

2

Sepsis Severe

IV Flucloxacillin + Gentamicin

3

CAP Mild

PO Amoxicillin
If atypical
+ Doxycycline OR Clarithromycin

4

CAP Moderate

Benzylpenicillin until improvement THEN Amoxicillin
If atypical
+ Doxycycline OR Clarithyromycin

5

CAP Severe

Ceftriaxone + Azithromycin
OR
Benzylpenicillin + Gentamicin

6

Aspiration Pneumonia

IV Benzylpenicillin + Metronidazole
OR
IV Metronidazole then PO Augmentin

7

HAP Mild

Augmentin
OR
Benzylpenicillin

8

HAP Moderate

Cetriaxone
OR
Benzylpenicillin

9

HAP Severe - MRO

Piperacillin + Tazobactam

10

Cellulitis Mild

PO Flucloxacillin
OR
PO Cephalexin

11

Cellulitis Severe

IV Flucloxacillin
OR
IV Cephazolin

12

Cellulitis HITH

IV Cephazolin

13

UTI Mild in Female

Trimethoprim 3/7
OR
Cephalexin 5/7
OR
Augmentin 5/7

14

UTI Mild in Male

Trimethoprim 14/7
OR
Cephalexin 14/7
OR
Augmentin 14/7

15

Pyelonephritis Mild

Augmentin 10/7
OR
Cephalexin 10/7
OR
Trimethoprim 10/7

16

Pyelonephritis Severe

IV Gentamicin + Ampicillin

17

MSSA Bacteraemia

IV Flucloxacillin

18

MRSA Bacteraemia

IV Vancomycin

19

Diabetic Foot Infections Mild/Mod

PO Augmentin
OR
PO Cephalexin

20

Diabetic Foot Infections Severe

IV Piperacillin + Tazobactam

21

Cholecystitis / Ascending Cholangitis / Diverticulitis

IV Ampicillin + Gentamicin
If Perforation, Obstruction or Cholecystectomy
+ Metronidazole
OR
PO Augmentin + Cephalexin

22

Antibiotic Monitoring

Vancomycin - trough levels 48 hours after first dose
Gentamicin - At first dose, immediately after dose & 6-8 hours post

23

Meningitis

Ceftriaxone + Dexamethasone
If Listeria concern (>50, pregnant, immunosuppressed)
+ Benzylpenicillin
If Diplococci on micro
+ Vancomycin

24

Acute pharyngitis and/or tonsillitis

Phenoxymethylpenicillin
OR
Roxithromycin