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5 Matching questions

  1. chloroquine
  2. candida albicans
  3. depression and flu-like sx
  4. viral levels
  5. telithromycin
  1. a 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.
  2. b What are the SE of interferons?
  3. c HAART does not cure HIV, bur it reduces ________ _______. Individuals however are still infectious.
  4. d 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.
  5. e antimalarial most commonly used for both acute treatment and prevention

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. what is the drug of choice for toxoplasmosis (it's combined with sulfonamide antibiotic)
  2. clarithromycin is a drug of choice for which bacteria?
  3. Interferons are developed by DNA technology or other cellular manipulation. It is currently available only as ___________ medication, most commonly given SC although some are available for IM or IV.
  4. What are the common problems associated with metronidazole (Flagyl)
  5. althete's foot

5 True/False questions

  1. HAARThighly active antiretroviral therapy -- multi-drug therapy for HIV

          

  2. "tinea"candidiasis consist of "_______" infections

          

  3. azithromycinoriginally 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.

          

  4. tinea crusisringworm of the scalp

          

  5. gentamicin, neomycin, kanamycin, streptomycin, and tobramycinName the 5 aminoglycosides listed in our notes