5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- HIV fusion inhibitors
- culture and sensitivity
- a sulfonamides may cause _____________ in a patient taking a sulfonylurea oral hypoglycemic agent for the treatment of diabetes.
- b What is the only drug that is allowed on the market for malaria?
- c a lab test that grows a colony of bacteria removed from an infected area in order to identify the specific infecting bacteria and then determine its sensitivity to a variety of antibiotics
- d these are the newest class of AIDS medications. It blocks the entry of the HIV virus into CD4 cells. It requires 2x/day SC injections @ about $20,000/year.
- e SE of this antimalarial include cinchonism (tinnitus, visual problems), hypotension, and acute circulatory failure; thrombocytopenia, hypoglycemia, and fetal abnormalities
5 Multiple choice questions
- oral inhalation med that may be used to treat RSV, but is recommended only in severe case?s
- Lariam, Fansidar, and Halfan. etc. are primarily used as antimalarials if ___________ resistance
- what is the drug of choice for pneumocystosis pneumonia?
- which influenza medication is administered via oral inhalation?
- What are the meds for influenza A?
5 True/False questions
cell replication → What is the preferred management of influenza?
histoplasmosis, coccidiomycosis, cryptococcosis, and aspergillosis → Name the 5 aminoglycosides listed in our notes
cross sensitivity → a lab test that grows a colony of bacteria removed from an infected area in order to identify the specific infecting bacteria and then determine its sensitivity to a variety of antibiotics
Macrodantin → inhibit protein synthesis --bacteriostatic. Primary use in the past has been in patients allergic to penicillin, but today they're frequently used in out-patient treatment because of the availability of once a day dosing. The have a HIGH rate of RESISTANCE.
candida albicans → indigenous flora of the skin, GI, and vagina that commonly causes infection as a complication of antibacterial therapy or chronic illness in which the patient gets an overgrowth of this normal flora, resulting in candidiasis.