5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- tinea corporis
- cell replication
- penicillins, cephalosporins, and carbapenems
- tinea capitis
- a For antivirals to be effective, they must interfere with ____ __________ and by the time the symptoms appear, it is usually completed except in long term infections.
- b ringworm of the scalp
- c candidiasis consist of "_______" infections
- d ringworm
- e What drugs are included in the Beta Lactam class of drugs?
5 Multiple choice questions
- How are amebiasis, giardiasis, and toxoplasmosis most commonly spread?
- what is the drug of choice for intranasal application to help prevent the spread of MRSA and can also be used topically as an anti-infective with skin lesions such as impetigo.
- New class of drugs that inhibit bacterial growth by interrupting protein synthesis (bacteriostatic)
- sulfonamides are primarily used for UTI and are drugs of choice for _____
- antifungals contain the "________" family. Depending on the drug, they may be available PO, IV, and/or topical- including vaginal creme (Monistat, Nizoral, Sporonox, Diflucan, Lotrimin, and others
5 True/False questions
telithromycin → originally approved for acute exacerbation of bronchitis, sinusitis, and community-acquired penumonia; however the FDA has recently removed bronchitis and sinusitis from the approved indications, leaving only community acquire pneumonia on the approved list.
sulfonamides → monoclonal antibody for prevention of RSV in premature infants and children with chronic lung disease
tetracyclines → do not take these with calcium, including milk or milk products, with antacids, or with iron (it will become nonabsorbable)
Leishmaniasis → protozoal infection acquired through the bite of a sand fly
primaquine → antimalarial that is very effective against hepatic forms which helps prevent relapse