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1 - latent in trigeminal ganglia2 - latent in sacral ganglia

Which sites do HSV 1 & 2 prefer?

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1. Acyclovir - Zovirax- oral, topical, IV2. Valacyclovir - Valtrex - only oralProdrugs - prevent viral shedding

What are the meds for herpes & how do they work & drug forms?

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RotavirusFecal-oral transmission

What is the MCC of severe diarrhea in children?

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3 dose regimen to infants 6-32 wksSelf limiting - rehydration

Who gets the rotavirus vaccine & how do you treat when you get it?

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RNA Readily inactivated w/ soap, water & disinfectantsMCC of bronchiolitis & PNA in kids <1yr

What type of virus is RSV?

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Palivizumab - Synagis Tx - Ribavirin aerosol

What is the vaccine & Tx for RSV?

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1. Extracellular - w/in lung cavities2. Inside granulomas3. W/in macrophages

What are the 3 environments TB likes to be in?

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Growth phase

What phase do TB drugs target?

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8 weeks of 1. Rifampin2. Isoniazid3. Pyrazinamide4. EthambutolFollowed by 16 wks of:1. Rifampin2. Isoniazid

What is typical therapy for TB?

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Pregnant ladies - yesKids - don't use Ethambutol <5y/o

Can you use TB therapy in pregnant ladies & kids?

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Hepatotoxicity!!!

What is the most common side effect of all TB drugs?

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For TBinterferes w/ mycolic acid (cell wall)

How does isoniazid work?

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Slow - drug levels rise & may cause peripheral neuropathyFast - Make more metabolite & may cause hepatotoxicity

What is the problem w/ slow/fast acetylators & isoniazid?

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2C19 & 2D6Careful w/ MAOIs

What drug interactions should you consider with isoniazid?

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Rifampin - TB TxBactericidal Used in active TBAlso urine & breast milk

What drugs cause your tears to turn red?

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Active TB TxInhibits cell wall synthesisBacteriostatic

How does ethambutol work?

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Active TB TxEffects ATP - disrupts plasma membrane & energy metabolism Bactericidal

How does pyrazinamide work?

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1. Optic neuritis - dec. acuity, scotoma, color blindness, visual defects 2. Hepatotoxicity3. GI

ADRs ethambutol

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1. Hyperuricemia2. Hepatotoxicity3. Loss of glycemic control4. GI

ADRs pyrazinamide

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Aminoglycoside abxInterrupts formation of proteins Injectable only

How does streptomycin work?

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CN VIII1. Nephrotoxicity2. Neurotoxicity3. HOTN4. Ototoxicity - auditory & vestibular

ADRs streptomycin

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1. Chloroquine For active & prophylactic malaria

What are the 4-aminoquinolones & when are they used?

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For active & prophylactic malaria1. Mefloquine Works in blood stage CV changes & seizure inc, CNS

What are the 4-methanoloquinolines & ADRs?

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1. Primaquine For active & prophylactic malariaCareful w/ G6PD deficiency

What are the 8-aminoquinolines?

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1. Atovaquone/Proguanil (Malarone)For active & prophylactic malariaCareful in AIDS Pts (NNRTIs, PIs)

What are the anti-folates for malaria?

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1. Doxycylcine2. Tetracycline3. ClindamycinActs on shizonts - delay death mechanismOnly used in combo therapy

What are the antimicrobials for malaria?

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1. Artemether (Coartem)Short 1/2 lifeDO NOT use as monotherapy!For active malaria

What are the artemisinin derivatives?

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1. Tinidazole (Tindamax)2. Iodoquinol (Yodoxin)3. Paromomycin 4. Metronidazole (Flagyl)

What drugs would you use for a protozoal infection?

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1. C. Diff2. Amebiasis3. Giardiasis4. Trich5. Anaerobic infections DO NOT drink!

What can you treat w/ Metronidazole?

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We have Type II immunity

Why are helminth infections worse in kids?

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Ascaris wormies

What is the MC infestation throughout the world?

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1. Benzimidazoles2. Ivermectin3. Praziquantel4. Pyrantel pamoate

What classes of drugs would you use for a helminth infection?

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Type of Benzimidazole for helminth1. Bone marrow suppression2. Inc. liver transaminases3. HA4. Inc. ICP5. Dizziness, vertigo6. Ab pain, N/V

ADRs Albendazole

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For Helminth - aka Stromectol P-glycoprotein activity can reduce ivermectin levels in CNSRARE - reactions prob due to wormie dying 1. Pruritis, fever, LN tenderness 2. Tachycardia3. Eosinophilia, leukocytes dec., Hgb inc. Get routine blood work!

ADRs Ivermectin

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Major substrate of CYP3A4Aka BiltricideRifampin dec. Praziquantel levels

How is Praziquantel metabolized?

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Pyrantel Pamoate aka Pin-XPoor oral absorption GI problemsCareful if hepatic impairment

How do you Tx pinworms?

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1. Triazole - Fluconazole2. Imidazole - Ketoconazole

What are the azole antifungals?

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1. Kidney & liver function2. Electrolytes3. Vital signs 4 hrs post infusion

What do you need to monitor when using Amphotericin B?

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1. Acetaminophen2. CorticosteroidAlso give K supplementation w/ prolonged therapy, load w/ NaCl injection

What do you give with amphotericin B to prevent some of the side effects?

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1. Fever & chills2. Tachypnea, stridor3. Nephrotoxicity4. Anemia

ADRs amphotericin B

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Micafungin - Mycamine

What are the echinocandins?

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1. Nasal corticosteroids2. Singulair3. Ipratropium nasal spray4. Cromolyn nasal spray5. Antihistamines

What are the meds for allergic rhinitis?

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Fluticasone nasal - Flonase Need 1-2 wks of therapy until max efect

What are the corticosteroids for allergic rhinitis?

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1. Singulair - Montelukast Improves rhinorrhea, sneezing & congestoin

What the the leukotriene modifiers for allergic rhinitis?

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1. Cromolyn nasal - NasalCromReduce release of histamine from mast cells Can work w/in 30 min

What are the mast cell stabilizers for allergic rhinitis?

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1. Ipratropium nasal - Atrovent Blocks parasympathetic nerve effect - Vidian nerve is postganglionic parasympathetic Can cause xerostomia & taste perversion Tx of rhinorrhea

What are the anticholinergics for allergic rhinitis?

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1. Claritin - Loratadine

What are the antihistamines for cold?

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Pseudoephedrine - Sudafed 1. CV2. Metabolic3. CNS4. Endocrine

What are the decongestants for cold & ADRs?

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1. Dextromethorphan - DelSymDepression of medullary cough center - sigma receptor stimulation 2. Benzonanatate Intractable cough Tx

What are the antitussives for cold?

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<4 y/o

At what age should children NOT receive OTC cold & cough meds?