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Flashcards in Intra-abdominal Infections Deck (12):
1

most common cause of primary bacterial peritonitis

enterobacteriaceae
(s pneumo, enterococci, anaerobes)

2

most common cause of primary bac peritonitits if associated with peritoneal dialysis

skin flora
(aerobic gram negative bacilli)

3

most common cause of sec bacterial peritonitis

polymicrobial (enterobac, bacteroides, enterococ, pseudomonas)

4

what are the two most commonly isolated microorganisms in intraabdominal infections?

E coli
Bacteroides

5

empiric tx of a pt diagnosed with prim periton should include which of the following pathogens: s pneumo, e coli, bacteroides

ALL

6

what is a requirement of therapy for secondary peritonitis?

MUST HAVE ACTIVITY AGAINST ANAEROBES

7

immunomodulation therapy for c diff

vaccine
IVIG
hyperimmune bovine colostrum

8

Probiotics to use in c diff

saccharomyces boulardii

9

prebiotic to use in c diff

oral oligofructose

10

this drug supposedly binds teico toxin and vanco in the gut

cholestyramine

11

these abx are good for anaerobes

metronidazole
clindamycin

12

these abx are good for gram negative

cipro
aminoglycosides
aztreonam