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5 Matching questions

  1. trough
  2. cross sensitivity
  3. Toxoplasmosis
  4. bacteriostatic
  5. depression and flu-like sx
  1. a The primary problem with cephalosporins is hypersensitivity (risk of ______ _________).
  2. b Drugs that do not kill bacteria, but instead slow their growth.
  3. c What are the SE of interferons?
  4. d draw blood 30 minutes before scheduled dose. measures the lowest level, therefore whether or not remaining in therapeutic range
  5. e spread by ingesting undercooked meat or other contaminated food, by feces from infected cats.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the most common SE of these AIDS medications are anemia, acidosis, and peripheral neuropathy
  2. problems of aminoglycosides include ____________ (which is commonly irreversible) and ____________.
  3. American Trypanosomiasis transmitted by the bite of various bugs in South America and the Carribbean
  4. refers to drugs, specifically antibiotics, that are effective against a wide range of bacteria, not just one specific bacteria
  5. which "mycin" is a ketolide?

5 True/False questions

  1. prophylactic therapydrug provided to prevent illness or other undesirable outcome; based on scientific knowledge


  2. floxacinsthe penicillin drugs are the "_______" family


  3. bacteriocidalwhat 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.


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


  5. macrolidesSE will vary with drug. most will cause GI distress. They include erythromycin, azithromycin, and clarithromycin.