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5 Matching questions

  1. Quinine
  2. HIV fusion inhibitors
  3. Qualaquin
  4. hypoglycemia
  5. culture and sensitivity
  1. a sulfonamides may cause _____________ in a patient taking a sulfonylurea oral hypoglycemic agent for the treatment of diabetes.
  2. b What is the only drug that is allowed on the market for malaria?
  3. 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
  4. 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.
  5. e SE of this antimalarial include cinchonism (tinnitus, visual problems), hypotension, and acute circulatory failure; thrombocytopenia, hypoglycemia, and fetal abnormalities

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. oral inhalation med that may be used to treat RSV, but is recommended only in severe case?s
  2. Lariam, Fansidar, and Halfan. etc. are primarily used as antimalarials if ___________ resistance
  3. what is the drug of choice for pneumocystosis pneumonia?
  4. which influenza medication is administered via oral inhalation?
  5. What are the meds for influenza A?

5 True/False questions

  1. cell replicationWhat is the preferred management of influenza?

          

  2. histoplasmosis, coccidiomycosis, cryptococcosis, and aspergillosisName the 5 aminoglycosides listed in our notes

          

  3. cross sensitivitya 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

          

  4. Macrodantininhibit 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.

          

  5. candida albicansindigenous 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.

          

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