5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a oral inhalation med that may be used to treat RSV, but is recommended only in severe case?s
- b what is the drug of choice for toxoplasmosis (it's combined with sulfonamide antibiotic)
- 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.
- d antimalarial most commonly used for both acute treatment and prevention
- 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
- the most common SE of these AIDS medications are injection site reactions, pneumonia, and allergy
- What are the meds for influenza A or B?
- 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.
- 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.
- which influenza medication is administered via oral inhalation?
5 True/False questions
Fungizone → problems of this antifungal include chills, fever, pain and phlebitis at the infusion site, extreme nephrotoxicity, and hypokalemia.
Chagas' disease → American Trypanosomiasis transmitted by the bite of various bugs in South America and the Carribbean
Toxoplasmosis → spread by ingesting undercooked meat or other contaminated food, by feces from infected cats.
trough → Patients with AIDS need frequent monitoring of viral load and _____ T-cell counts to evaluate effectiveness.
tetracyclines → risk for superinfections, especially C. Difficile infection (pseudomembranous colitis) and candida