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N. gonorrhea DOC

Ceftriaxone

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C. diff DOC

Metronizadole

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HCA MRSA DOC

Vancomycin

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PCP DOC

TMP-SMX

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Early Lyme Disease DOC

Doxacycline

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Strep pharyngitis DOC

Narrow Penicillian (Pen G)

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Diphtheria DOC

Erythromycin

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atypical pneumonia pathogens DOC

Macrolides

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Pseduomonas DOC

Tobramycin

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Syphilis DOC

Penicillin

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Uncomplicated UTI DOC

TMP/SMX

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Acute Otitis Media DOC

Amoxicllin

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Dx caused by Legionella, Chlamydia, Mycoplasma

CAP

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Dx caused by Clostridium difficile

pseudomembranous colitis

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Dx caused by Rickettsia

Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

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Dx Caused by borrelia burgdorferi

Lyme disease

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Dx caused by Treponema pallidum

Syphilis

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Dx caused by Bordatella pertussis

Whooping cough

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Macrolide with highest bioavailability

Clarithromycin

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Macrolide with longest half-life

azithromycin

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common adverse effect of oral erythromycin

gi upset

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common dosing azythromycin

500 po x 1 qday, 250 po daily x 4 day

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Macrolide with most significant drug interactions

Erythromycin

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antipseudomonal penicillin often combined with tazobactam

Piperacillin

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used with gentamicin to treat enterococcus

ampicillin

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penicillin recommended for acute otitis media resistant to amoxicillin

amox/clavunate

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BLI combined with ampicillin

sulbactam

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two anti-staph penicillins

nafcillin
dicloxacillin

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step mechanism of penicillin resistance

alter PBP

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Options for h pylori txt

amoxicillin
tetracycline
metronidazole

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Used to treat trichomoniasis

metronidazole

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Antibiotics that require pharmacokinetic monitoring

Vancomycin
Aminoglycosides

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Bacteria in which Vancomycin resistance has been seen

Enterococcus

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Three respiratory fluoroquinolones

Levofloxacin
moxifloxacin
gemifloxacin

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Mechanism of interaction with antacids and iron salts

decrease absorption by chelation

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fluoroquinolone of choice for Pseudomonas infections

ciprofloxacin

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Three antibiotic classes active against intracellular pathogens

FQ
Macrolides
Tetracycline

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Common cervicitis/urethritis/proctitis pathogens (STI)

N. gonorhea
chlamydia

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Therapy for gonoccoal cervicitis

Ceftriaxone 250 IM
Doxycycline 100 mg bid x 7 d
Azythromycin 1 gm IM

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Pneumonia pathogen of particular concern in HIV

pneumocytitis jirovecci

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The 4th generation cephalosporins

ceftaroline
cefipime

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2nd generation anti-anaerobic cephalosporins

cefoxitin
cefuroxime

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Cephalosporin treat MRSA

ceftaroline

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3rd gen cephalosporin good antipsuedomonal activity

ceftazamide

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Prevent inflammation but not treat in asthma

leukotriene (singulair)

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antibiotic with good anaerobe and parasite coverage

metronizalode

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antibiotic with good anaerobic and gram + coverage

clindamycin