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61

What are the two most commonly used antibiotics for Crohn's disease?

Metronidazole/Flagyl
Cirpofloxacin/Ciprofloxin

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Name this antibiotic:
Side effect is N/V
Alcohol should be avoided when taking

Metronidazole/Flagyl

63

Name this antibiotic:
Has an affinity for Ca so should be avoided by pregnant/lactating women and children.
Has risk for tendon rupture

Ciprofloxacin/Ciprofloxin

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This drug is indicated for traveler's diarrhea and hepatic encephalopathy

Rifamixin/Ixifaxin

65

This drug's site of action is in the ileum and ascending colon and is indicated in mild-moderate Crohn's disease.

Budenoside/Entocort

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These two drugs are immunomodulators indicated in IBD, RA, and other AI diseases that increases a pts risk of infection.

Azithorprine/Immuran
Infliximib/Remicade

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This drug is an human monoclonal antibody against TNF alpha.

Infliximib/Remicade

68

This drug significantly increases a person's risk of T-cell lymphoma and drug induced lupus

Infliximib/Remicade

69

This drug is an alpha 1 antagonist used in the treatment of BPH.

Tamsulosin/Flomax

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This drug is a 5-alpha reductase inhibitor that blocks the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone..

Finasteride/Proscar

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This drug is Category X and pregnant women should not even handle the crushed/broken tablets.

Finasteride/Proscar

72

This drug is typically used for BPH but in lower doses can be used for alopecia.

Finasteride/Proscar

73

Which drug turns urine and tears orange.

Phenaxolpyridine/Pyridium

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T/F. Phenaxolpyridine/Pyridium has antibiotic action.

False. Only relieves pain and is primarily used short-term (~2 days)

75

What is the CDC recommendation for the treatment of non-multi-drug resistant strains of TB?

Isoniazid (INH)
Rifampin (RIF)
Ethambutol (EMB)
Pyrazinamide (PZA)
For 2 months
Continuation of INH and RIF for 4-7 months

76

What is the CDC recommendation for the treatment of multi-drug resistant strains of TB?

SHREZ MC
Streptomycin, hydrazine, Rifampicin, ethambutol, pyraZinamide, moxifloxacin, cycloserine

77

What drug and dosage would you give for a patient with genital/mucocutaneous HSV?

Acyclovir/Zovirax
initial: 400mg PO TID x 7-10 days
recurrence: 400mg PO TID TID x 5 days

78

What drug and dosage would you give for a patient with Varicella Zoster?

Acyclovir/Zovirax
800mg PO 5x/day x 7 days