5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- ototoxicity and nephrotoxicity
- hepatotoxicity and drug-drug interactions
- penicillins, cephalosporins, and carbapenems
- a problems of aminoglycosides include ____________ (which is commonly irreversible) and ____________.
- b 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.
- c which "mycin" is a ketolide?
- d What drugs are included in the Beta Lactam class of drugs?
- e Primary SE with most of the azoles are ___________ and ____-_____ ____________ due to the inhibition of P450 hepatic enzymes.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- particularly useful as antibiotic with anaerobic bacteria, and as antiprotozoal in the treatment of amebiasis, trichomoniasis, and giardiasis.
- macrolides are the drugs of choice for which diseases?
- disease that was originally classified as a protozoal infection, but is now classified as a fungal infection. It occurs most commonly as a complication of AIDS.
- fluoroquinolones include the "__________"
- which influenza medication is administered via oral inhalation?
5 True/False Questions
ceph or cef → The cephalosporins consist of the "_____" or "___" family
resistance → Viruses mutate rapidly, resulting in drug _________. Multidrug therapy helps lessen this problem.
Bactroban → what is the drug of choice for pneumocystosis pneumonia?
Rebetol → which influenza medication is administered via oral inhalation?
Interferon → part of the body's immune response, produced in response to viral infections and other stimuli. Available as several medications all of which have ___________ in the generic name (they have a variety of trade names).