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  1. parenteral
  2. fluoroquinolones
  3. Virazole
  4. Daraprim
  5. chloroquine
  1. a oral inhalation med that may be used to treat RSV, but is recommended only in severe case?s
  2. b what is the drug of choice for toxoplasmosis (it's combined with sulfonamide antibiotic)
  3. c broad spectrum drugs. They are very commonly used for PO out-patient therapy especially for respiratory infections. They are the drug of choice for the treatment of inhaled anthrax.
  4. d antimalarial most commonly used for both acute treatment and prevention
  5. e 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.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the most common SE of these AIDS medications are injection site reactions, pneumonia, and allergy
  2. What are the meds for influenza A or B?
  3. considered 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.
  4. original antimalarial drug; comes from the cinchona tree. It has a number of serious SE; therefore, not commonly used except in strains resistant to other drugs.
  5. which influenza medication is administered via oral inhalation?

5 True/False questions

  1. Fungizoneproblems of this antifungal include chills, fever, pain and phlebitis at the infusion site, extreme nephrotoxicity, and hypokalemia.


  2. Chagas' diseaseAmerican Trypanosomiasis transmitted by the bite of various bugs in South America and the Carribbean


  3. Toxoplasmosisspread by ingesting undercooked meat or other contaminated food, by feces from infected cats.


  4. troughPatients with AIDS need frequent monitoring of viral load and _____ T-cell counts to evaluate effectiveness.


  5. tetracyclinesrisk for superinfections, especially C. Difficile infection (pseudomembranous colitis) and candida