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  1. cell replication
  2. exoerythrocytic
  3. metronidazole
  4. Fungizone
  5. trough
  1. a draw blood 30 minutes before scheduled dose. measures the lowest level, therefore whether or not remaining in therapeutic range
  2. b malaria, once inside the body has 2 phases of its life cycle: an erythrocyte phase in RBCs and ____________ phase in the liver
  3. c 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.
  4. d antifungal that is available IV and topical only. IV use is primarily reserved for severe, progressive, potentially fatal infections. It is the big gun of antifungals.
  5. e particularly useful as antibiotic with anaerobic bacteria, and as antiprotozoal in the treatment of amebiasis, trichomoniasis, and giardiasis.

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. What are the meds for influenza A or B?
  2. Primary SE with most of the azoles are ___________ and ____-_____ ____________ due to the inhibition of P450 hepatic enzymes.
  3. What is the preferred management of influenza?
  4. Which protozoal infection is most commonly transmitted sexually?
  5. There has been a recent push to reduce ___________ use to prevent resistance.

5 True/False Questions

  1. Macrodantinconsidered a urinary tract anti-infective. Problems include GI distress, hepatotoxicity, potential for pulmonary fibrosis, which may be irreversible, and also causes brownish rust colored urine.


  2. bacitracina miscellaneous antibiotic that is an OTC topical


  3. aminoglycosidesmetabolized by CYP3A4, so there are many drug-drug interactions, including increased levels of statin drugs. Arrhythmias are possible, especially with patients on anti-arrhythmic meds. It also exacerbates myasthenia gravis, which has led to it having a black box warning. It leads to blurry vision and difficulty focusing.


  4. resistancewhen drug goes through metabolic change allowing it to survive and reproduce in presence of the drug


  5. Reverse transcriptase inhibitorsthe most common SE of these AIDS medications are anemia, acidosis, and peripheral neuropathy


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