5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Side effects of Amantadine?
- DOC for atypical bacteria?
- What is Thiopental used for?
- Most USMLE relevant use of TMP-SMX?
- What are the side effects of Aminoglycosides??
- a It is a barbituate used for induction...It is highly lipid soluble and has a rapid onset plus is short acting due to rapid redistribution.
- b Atropine like due to its antimuscarinic nature but also
- c Prophylaxis against PCP pneumonia when CD4 count is below 200
- d Macrolides... good treatment for
- e Nephrotoxicity, esp if used in conjunction with a cephalosporin
Ototoxicity, esp if used in conjunction with loop diuretics
NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKADE!! Acts like Botulinism in preventing release of ACh from presynaptic terminals
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- It is an opiate drug, used to suppress cough
- The prototypical Typical Antipsychotic... Moderate EPS likelyhood, Has antimuscarinic properties and Strong and Alpha blocking properties.
Can cause Corneal Deposits
- Blocks Na+ channels and Glutamate receptors
5 True/False Questions
Alternative drugs to use if allergy to cephs or penicillins? → Hemolytic anemia
What is the MOA of Valproic Acid? → Blocks axonal Na+ channels in their inactive state, with the M-gate open and the H-gate closed so it prolongs the time before returning to an active conformation...Prevents seizure propogation, not the start of the seizure itself.
Ketoconazole absorption is decreased by.. → Ceftriaxone
What is the drug Buspirone used for clinically? → GAD
What is extremely notable about Cefuroxine? → It is a second gen cephalosporin, the first antibiotic to cross the BBB because of its lipid solubility.