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Pharmacology Exam 1 Antibiotics
Sulfonamides
Sulfonamides: Uses
Sulfonamides: How
Sulfonamides: Adverse Effects
- one of the first groups of antibiotics... - often combined wit…
gram (+), gram (-), sinus infection, UTI, MRSA, PJP pneumonia…
- Bacteriostatic (inhibit growth of susceptible bacteria, rat…
photosensitivity, Stevens-Johnsons Syndrome, anemia, crystall…
Sulfonamides
- one of the first groups of antibiotics... - often combined wit…
Sulfonamides: Uses
gram (+), gram (-), sinus infection, UTI, MRSA, PJP pneumonia…
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Pharmacology - Antibiotics
Administering antibiotics to a patient…
Administering antibiotics to a patient…
Why don't we just always administer a…
What is it termed when a combination o…
Empiric therapy
Prophylactic therapy
It alters the natural flora in our body, which can ultimately…
Synergism
Administering antibiotics to a patient…
Empiric therapy
Administering antibiotics to a patient…
Prophylactic therapy
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Pharmacology Test 1 - Antibiotics
UTI, URI
pregnancy @ term, infants < 2mo
photosensitivity, high concentration i…
bactrim, septra
sulfonamides are mainly used to treat
sulfonamides are contraindicated in:
adverse effects of sulfonamides
ex. of sulfonamides
UTI, URI
sulfonamides are mainly used to treat
pregnancy @ term, infants < 2mo
sulfonamides are contraindicated in:
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Pharmacology Antibiotics Lecture 1
Lincosamides
Macrolides
Macrolides
Macrolides
What group of antibiotics does this?... -Binds to 50s subunit... -G…
What group of antibiotics does this?... -Hepatic enzyme inhibitor
What group of antibiotics does this?... -50s binding... -Good Gram…
1) erythromycin... 2) clarithromycin... 3) azithromycin... 4) fidaxomy…
Lincosamides
What group of antibiotics does this?... -Binds to 50s subunit... -G…
Macrolides
What group of antibiotics does this?... -Hepatic enzyme inhibitor
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Pharmacology: Antibiotics
what does a bacteriostatic drug do?
what does a bacteriocidal drug do?
define post-antibiotic effect?
define superinfection
inhibit growth of a pathogen w/o causing cell death
kills bacteria
after the administered antibiotic concentration has fallen be…
a second "opportunistic" infection occurring during the cours…
what does a bacteriostatic drug do?
inhibit growth of a pathogen w/o causing cell death
what does a bacteriocidal drug do?
kills bacteria
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Pharmacology: Antibiotics
Bacteriostatic Versus Bactericidal:... Ba…
Bacteriostatic Versus Bactericidal:... Ba…
Mechanism of Action: Sulfonamides
Indications: Sulfonamides
inhibits the growth of bacteria
kills bacteria
-Bacteriostatic action,... -Inhibit enzyme essential for growth…
UTI's, URI's.... Opportunistic infections with HIV.... Outpatient S…
Bacteriostatic Versus Bactericidal:... Ba…
inhibits the growth of bacteria
Bacteriostatic Versus Bactericidal:... Ba…
kills bacteria
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Pharmacology Antibiotics part 1
Antibiotic
Antiseptic
Bactericidal antibiotics
Bacterostatic antibiotics
having the ability to destroy or interfere with the developme…
one of two types of topical antimicrobial agents; a chemical…
antibiotics that kill bacteria
antibiotics that do not actually kill bacteria but rather inh…
Antibiotic
having the ability to destroy or interfere with the developme…
Antiseptic
one of two types of topical antimicrobial agents; a chemical…
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Antibiotic Pharmacology #1, Pharmacology
List all beta-lactam antibiotics.
What features are shared by the beta-l…
What pharmacologic characteristics are…
List all categories of penicillins.
-penicillins ... -cephalosporins... -carbapenems... -aztreonam/monobac…
-chemical structure... -mechanism of action... -pharmacologic chara…
-most are excreted in the urine
-natural penicillins... -extended-spectrum penicillins... -anti-sta…
List all beta-lactam antibiotics.
-penicillins ... -cephalosporins... -carbapenems... -aztreonam/monobac…
What features are shared by the beta-l…
-chemical structure... -mechanism of action... -pharmacologic chara…
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Antibiotic Pharmacology #1, Pharmacology
List all beta-lactam antibiotics.
What features are shared by the beta-l…
What pharmacologic characteristics are…
List all categories of penicillins.
-penicillins ... -cephalosporins... -carbapenems... -aztreonam/monobac…
-chemical structure... -mechanism of action... -pharmacologic chara…
-most are excreted in the urine
-natural penicillins... -extended-spectrum penicillins... -anti-sta…
List all beta-lactam antibiotics.
-penicillins ... -cephalosporins... -carbapenems... -aztreonam/monobac…
What features are shared by the beta-l…
-chemical structure... -mechanism of action... -pharmacologic chara…
Pharmacology Antibiotics
antibiotics that affect the CELL WALL…
penicillin G potassium (Pfizerpen)
Penicillin uses:
Penicillin Adverse Effects:
PENICILLINS, CEPHALOSPORINS, CARBAPENS, MONOBACTAMS
narrow spectrum penicillin for IV and IM use
treat gram-positive cocci, strep, staph, pneumococcal, anthra…
Allergy/anaphylaxsis... Renal impairment ... Superinfection
antibiotics that affect the CELL WALL…
PENICILLINS, CEPHALOSPORINS, CARBAPENS, MONOBACTAMS
penicillin G potassium (Pfizerpen)
narrow spectrum penicillin for IV and IM use
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Pharmacology Antibiotics Day 1
The reason you need to know pharmacolo…
Don't give a medication until
Who's your best friend?
Don't put ice on the leg
because you have the duty to do the orders
it's validated
pharmacist
of a patient with sickle cell anemia
The reason you need to know pharmacolo…
because you have the duty to do the orders
Don't give a medication until
it's validated
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Pharmacology Antibiotics
Would you prescribe a cephalosporin to…
What fluoroquinolone do you not have t…
What are the contraindications for pla…
Beta-lactams including the PCNs and Ce…
No, this is one case where it would not be wise to give a cep…
Moxifloxacin (Avelox)
Hypersensitivity... GI upset... Renal impairment
Bacteriocidal... Cell wall
Would you prescribe a cephalosporin to…
No, this is one case where it would not be wise to give a cep…
What fluoroquinolone do you not have t…
Moxifloxacin (Avelox)
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Pharmacology (Antibiotics 1)
Antibiotics... (Subgroups)
Carbopenam... (generic/Trade/route)
Carbopenam... (Indications)
Monobactam... (generic/Trade/route)
1. Carbapenam ... 2. Monobactam... 3. Glycopeptide... 4. Lincosamide... 5…
1. ertapenem == Invanz == IM, IV
1. open combat wounds (pt. cannot do PO)
1. aztreonam == Azactam == IM, IV
Antibiotics... (Subgroups)
1. Carbapenam ... 2. Monobactam... 3. Glycopeptide... 4. Lincosamide... 5…
Carbopenam... (generic/Trade/route)
1. ertapenem == Invanz == IM, IV
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antibiotics pharmacology 1
Antibiotic
Antimicrobial
Pathogen
Virulence
Chemical that is produced by one microorganism with ability t…
An agent (natural or synthetic), with ability to kill or supp…
Microbe capable of causing human disease
The measure of an organism pathogenicity (how easy or how har…
Antibiotic
Chemical that is produced by one microorganism with ability t…
Antimicrobial
An agent (natural or synthetic), with ability to kill or supp…
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Pharmacology Exam 1, Lecture 8: Antibiotics
Why are hamburgers more likely to have…
What is the biggest concern with antib…
How much more bacteria do we have than…
What is a superinfection?
Hamburgers are a bunch of parts all mixed together, and bacte…
There are increased resistance amongst infective strains due…
10000 more bacteria than cells
An infection normally prevented by normal flora of the body,…
Why are hamburgers more likely to have…
Hamburgers are a bunch of parts all mixed together, and bacte…
What is the biggest concern with antib…
There are increased resistance amongst infective strains due…
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Pharmacology Antibiotics part 1
Antibiotic
Antiseptic
Bactericidal antibiotics
Bacterostatic antibiotics
having the ability to destroy or interfere with the developme…
one of two types of topical antimicrobial agents; a chemical…
antibiotics that kill bacteria
antibiotics that do not actually kill bacteria but rather inh…
Antibiotic
having the ability to destroy or interfere with the developme…
Antiseptic
one of two types of topical antimicrobial agents; a chemical…
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Pharmacology Antibiotics 1
Gram + bacteria stain ____
Gram - bacteria stain ____
_____, another name for peptidoglycan…
do gram +/- have porins?
purple... *thick outer murein/PG layer
pink... *thin layer of murein/PG under outer membrane
murein
gram - have porins (beta barrel proteins allowing molecules t…
Gram + bacteria stain ____
purple... *thick outer murein/PG layer
Gram - bacteria stain ____
pink... *thin layer of murein/PG under outer membrane
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Pharmacology Chapter 38: Antibiotics Part 1
Antibiotic
Antiseptic
Bactericidal Antibiotics
Bacteriostatic Antibiotics
Having the ability to destroy or interfere with the developme…
One of two types of topical microbial agents; a chemical that…
Antibiotics that kill bacteria.
Antibiotics that do not actually kill bacteria but rather inh…
Antibiotic
Having the ability to destroy or interfere with the developme…
Antiseptic
One of two types of topical microbial agents; a chemical that…
Pharmacology Antibiotics 1
Protein Synthesis Inhibitors (PSI)
Tetracyclines
Tetracycline Drugs
Aminoglycosides
Tetracycline... Aminoglycosides... Chloramphenicol
PSI... Bacteriostatic... 30s reversible - prevents additions of ami…
Tetracycline... Doxycycline... Minocycline... Tigecycline
Streptomycin... Amikacin
Protein Synthesis Inhibitors (PSI)
Tetracycline... Aminoglycosides... Chloramphenicol
Tetracyclines
PSI... Bacteriostatic... 30s reversible - prevents additions of ami…
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Pharmacology: Antibiotics(part 1)
When would you use prophylactic therapy?
If you are treating symptoms without a…
S&S of Infection
Left shift is indicative of what?
prevent post-surgical infection
Empiric(presumptive)
fever > 37degrees, leukocytosis, swelling, redness, purulent…
increase in immature neutrophils = infection (>7%)
When would you use prophylactic therapy?
prevent post-surgical infection
If you are treating symptoms without a…
Empiric(presumptive)
Pharmacology: Antibiotics
If a drug is a category A drug, what d…
If there is no risk to a fetus in anim…
Many new drugs are this category becau…
What does a category D drug mean?
There is no risk to the fetus in the first trimester and no e…
B
Category C
Postive human fetal risk has been reported.
If a drug is a category A drug, what d…
There is no risk to the fetus in the first trimester and no e…
If there is no risk to a fetus in anim…
B
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Pharmacology 1 Antibiotics
Amoxil
Ancef
Ampicin
Augmentin
Amoxicillin
Cefazolin
Ampicillin
Amoxicillin-Clavulanate
Amoxil
Amoxicillin
Ancef
Cefazolin
Pharmacology - CM 1 (Antibiotics)
1st generation cephalosporins
2nd generation cephalosporins
3rd generation cephalosporins
3rd generation cephalosporins
Drug class: cephalexin
Drug class: cefuroxime
Drug class: cefdinir
Drug class: ceftriaxone
1st generation cephalosporins
Drug class: cephalexin
2nd generation cephalosporins
Drug class: cefuroxime
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Pharmacology Antibiotics Day 1
The reason you need to know pharmacolo…
Don't give a medication until
Who's your best friend?
Don't put ice on the leg
because you have the duty to do the orders
it's validated
pharmacist
of a patient with sickle cell anemia
The reason you need to know pharmacolo…
because you have the duty to do the orders
Don't give a medication until
it's validated
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Pharmacology Antibiotics Part 1
-must be given thirty minutes before p…
-sulfonamides... -penicillins... -cephalospo…
-bacteriostatic... -inhibit growth by inh…
-broad spectrum... -against gram-positive…
Prophylactic therapy
Classes of antibiotics
Sulfonamides Mechanism of Action
Sulfonamides Indications
-must be given thirty minutes before p…
Prophylactic therapy
-sulfonamides... -penicillins... -cephalospo…
Classes of antibiotics
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Pharmacology Antibiotics
Tetracycline Class
Tetracycline Target
Tetracycline Mech of Action (Resistance)
Tetracycline Phys and Pharm Effects
Tetracycline
Block binding of aminoacyl-tRNA to acceptor (A) site on mRNA-…
Decreased influx... Increased efflux... Proteus/Pseudomonas multidr…
Broad spectrum antibiotic... Bacteriostatic... Enter cell via passi…
Tetracycline Class
Tetracycline
Tetracycline Target
Block binding of aminoacyl-tRNA to acceptor (A) site on mRNA-…
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Pharmacology: Antibiotics
What is the major property required of…
Mechanism of Action in Antibiotics:
Antimetabolites: Mechanism of Action.
Inhibitors of cell wall synthesis: Mec…
Selective Toxicity.... Determined by mechanism of Action.
1) Antimetabolites.... 2) Inhibitors of cell wall synthesis.... 3…
-Sulfonamides: Competitive inhibitors of *dihydropteroate syn…
-Penicillins and cephalosporins: Block transpeptidase react…
What is the major property required of…
Selective Toxicity.... Determined by mechanism of Action.
Mechanism of Action in Antibiotics:
1) Antimetabolites.... 2) Inhibitors of cell wall synthesis.... 3…
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Pharmacology Antibiotics
Antibiotic Classes
Therapeutic Response
Subtherapeutic Response
Culture
Penicillins... Cephalosporins... Macrolides... Tetracyclines... Aminoglyc…
Decrease in specific signs and symptoms of infection are note…
Signs and symptoms of infection do not improve... (might not be…
Determine organism causing infection
Antibiotic Classes
Penicillins... Cephalosporins... Macrolides... Tetracyclines... Aminoglyc…
Therapeutic Response
Decrease in specific signs and symptoms of infection are note…
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Pharmacology - Antibiotics
Bacterial Resistance Mechanisms ... (su…
Beta Lactamase... (what/MOA)
PBP Modification... (what/MOA)
Efflux pumps... (what/MOA)
- Beta lactamase enzyme secretion... - Modification of target P…
--Bacterial Resistance Mechanism--... An enzyme secreted by som…
--Bacterial Resistance Mechanism--... Some bacteria are able to…
--Bacterial Resistance Mechanism--... Seen in gram(-) bacteria…
Bacterial Resistance Mechanisms ... (su…
- Beta lactamase enzyme secretion... - Modification of target P…
Beta Lactamase... (what/MOA)
--Bacterial Resistance Mechanism--... An enzyme secreted by som…
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Ocular Pharmacology- Antibiotics 1
What causes infection?
What are the antibiotic indications of…
what are the indications of oral antib…
Why are gram - more difficult to treat?
Break in defense mechanism ... laceration of skin... epithelial d…
bacterial conjunctivitis... microbial keratitis... surface lid dise…
glandular & deep tissue lid disease (infections, MGD)... ocular…
they have an outer membrane layer that must be penetrated by…
What causes infection?
Break in defense mechanism ... laceration of skin... epithelial d…
What are the antibiotic indications of…
bacterial conjunctivitis... microbial keratitis... surface lid dise…
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Pharmacology - Antibiotics
bactericidal antibiotic
bacteriostatic antibiotic
empirical antibiotic therapy
why are gram - bacteria more difficult…
kills bacteria
inhibits growth of bacteria
administration of antibiotic by practitioners judgement, pres…
more complex cell wall structure... 2 cell membranes... smaller out…
bactericidal antibiotic
kills bacteria
bacteriostatic antibiotic
inhibits growth of bacteria
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Pharmacology: Antibiotics
TERMINOLOGY AND CONCEPTS
What are the four rules for drugs?
What is an antimicrobial?
What is an antibiotic?
...
1. All drugs are poisons... 2. All doses are guesses... 3. No drug…
Any drug that acts against a microbe... Microbe: bacteria, virus…
Anti-bio: against life... Substances produced by one organism th…
TERMINOLOGY AND CONCEPTS
...
What are the four rules for drugs?
1. All drugs are poisons... 2. All doses are guesses... 3. No drug…
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Pharmacology Antibiotics
Antibiotics
B-Lactamase
Conjugation enzymes
Acetylating enzymes
Inhibit the cell wall synthesis by binding to Cytoplasmic PBP…
[Method of Resistance]: cleavage of drugs with B-Lactam ring…
[Method of Resistance] Increase Drug clearance--> Aminoglycos…
[Method of Resistance] Form to Inactivate drugs-->Chloramphen…
Antibiotics
Inhibit the cell wall synthesis by binding to Cytoplasmic PBP…
B-Lactamase
[Method of Resistance]: cleavage of drugs with B-Lactam ring…
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Pharmacology: Antibiotics
Sulfonamides
Sulfasalazine
Sulfacetamide Eye Drops
Silver Sulfadiazine
Structural analogues of PABA, competitively inhibit dihydropt…
ulcerative colitis... rheumatoid arthritis
conjunctivitis
Burns
Sulfonamides
Structural analogues of PABA, competitively inhibit dihydropt…
Sulfasalazine
ulcerative colitis... rheumatoid arthritis
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Pharmacology of antibiotics
Cell wall synthesis inhibitors
Penicillins
Three basic subclasses of penicillins
Bacterial Resistance - penicillin
monobactams and carbapenems - only for infectious diseases --…
- Bactericidal as are all cell wall synthesis inhibitors... - C…
1. Narrow spectrum - penicillinase-sensitive... 2. Narrow-spectr…
- **Penicillinase - lyses penicillin, beta-lactamase - many l…
Cell wall synthesis inhibitors
monobactams and carbapenems - only for infectious diseases --…
Penicillins
- Bactericidal as are all cell wall synthesis inhibitors... - C…
Sinclair Pharmacology Antibiotics part 1
Sulfonamides MOA
Bacteriostatic
Sulfonamides indications
sulfamethoxazole / trimethoprim
inhibit synthesis of folic acid... bacteriostatic... gram + & -
inhibit growth
PJP... UTI... URI
co-trimoxazole... same folic acid pathway... for PJP
Sulfonamides MOA
inhibit synthesis of folic acid... bacteriostatic... gram + & -
Bacteriostatic
inhibit growth
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Pharmacology II Test 1 (Antibiotics)
Kirby-Bauer Disc Diffusion Test
MBC/MIC < or = 4
MBC/MIC > 4
3-1 rule
Bigger the zone of inhibition, greater the efficacy
Bactericidal
Bacteriostatic
3 log cell killed - 1 log cell re-growth
Kirby-Bauer Disc Diffusion Test
Bigger the zone of inhibition, greater the efficacy
MBC/MIC < or = 4
Bactericidal
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Pharmacology Quiz 1 (Antibiotics 2)
Antibiotics
Quinolones
Ciprofloxacin
Levofloxacin
Quinolone... Sulfonamide... Tetracycline... Macrolides
Ciprofloxacin (Cipro and Cipro XR)... Levofloxacin (Levaquin)... Mo…
Cipro and Cipro XR
Levaquin
Antibiotics
Quinolone... Sulfonamide... Tetracycline... Macrolides
Quinolones
Ciprofloxacin (Cipro and Cipro XR)... Levofloxacin (Levaquin)... Mo…
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Pharmacology of Antibiotic Drugs - 1
What are types of Beta-Lactam Antibiot…
What are four types of Cephalosporin p…
What is an example of a type of Carbap…
What is an example of a type of monbac…
Penicillins, Cephalosporins, Monobactams, and Carbapenems.
1. 1st gen. -cephazolin (parenteral), cephalexin (oral).... 2. 2…
Imipenem.
Aztreonam.
What are types of Beta-Lactam Antibiot…
Penicillins, Cephalosporins, Monobactams, and Carbapenems.
What are four types of Cephalosporin p…
1. 1st gen. -cephazolin (parenteral), cephalexin (oral).... 2. 2…
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Pharmacology: Antibiotics
What are the 4 groups of beta-lactams?
Penicillin G routes
Penicillin V route
Penicillin G / Pencillin V coverage
Penicillins, Cephalosporins, Carbapenems, Monobactams
IV (as clear solution)... IM (Benzathine, Procaine) ... *NEVER giv…
PO
narrow spectrum: gram +ve ... Streptococcus (Groups A, B, D = en…
What are the 4 groups of beta-lactams?
Penicillins, Cephalosporins, Carbapenems, Monobactams
Penicillin G routes
IV (as clear solution)... IM (Benzathine, Procaine) ... *NEVER giv…
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Pharmacology- Antibiotics
What is the MOA of beta-lactam antibio…
What are some beta-lactam antibiotics?
What do natural penicillins cover?
What do aminopenicillins cover?
-Bind to PCN binding proteins (PBP) and inhibit cell wall syn…
-Penicillins: Natural, Aminopenicillins, Penicillinase resist…
-Gram Positive... -Natural Penicillins are PCN VK and PCN G
-Gram Positive plus some gram negative
What is the MOA of beta-lactam antibio…
-Bind to PCN binding proteins (PBP) and inhibit cell wall syn…
What are some beta-lactam antibiotics?
-Penicillins: Natural, Aminopenicillins, Penicillinase resist…
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Pharmacology - Antibiotics
Trade Name: Amoxil
Trade Name: Ancef
Trade Name: Ampicin
Trade Name: Augmentin
Generic: Amoxicillin
Generic Name: Cefazolin
Generic Name: Ampicillin
Generic Name: Amoxicillin-Clavulanate
Trade Name: Amoxil
Generic: Amoxicillin
Trade Name: Ancef
Generic Name: Cefazolin
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Cell Wall Active Antibiotics Pharmacology (Dr. Al-Rousan) Exam 1
Treating a disease by using chemical a…
What is the difference between bacteri…
What type of spectrum of activity does…
T/F: Narrow spectrum agents lower the…
Chemotherapy
Bactericidal drugs kill bacteria and bacteriostatic drugs pre…
Narrow spectrum
True
Treating a disease by using chemical a…
Chemotherapy
What is the difference between bacteri…
Bactericidal drugs kill bacteria and bacteriostatic drugs pre…
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Pharmacology: Antibiotics
What is the major property required of…
Mechanism of Action in Antibiotics:
Antimetabolites: Mechanism of Action.
Inhibitors of cell wall synthesis: Mec…
Selective Toxicity.... Determined by mechanism of Action.
1) Antimetabolites.... 2) Inhibitors of cell wall synthesis.... 3…
-Sulfonamides: Competitive inhibitors of *dihydropteroate syn…
-Penicillins and cephalosporins: Block transpeptidase react…
What is the major property required of…
Selective Toxicity.... Determined by mechanism of Action.
Mechanism of Action in Antibiotics:
1) Antimetabolites.... 2) Inhibitors of cell wall synthesis.... 3…
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Pharmacology Antibiotic Lecture 1
empiric ABX therapy
prophylactic
definitive ABX therapy
Reasons for avoiding ABX use?
We know its a bacterial infection, but we don't know the spec…
preventative (i.e. the dentist gives you ABX before serious d…
We know the organism causing the infection and we treat it ac…
drug resistance... kill helpful microbes (gut flora)... link betwee…
empiric ABX therapy
We know its a bacterial infection, but we don't know the spec…
prophylactic
preventative (i.e. the dentist gives you ABX before serious d…
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Antibiotics - pharmacology
What are bacteria
How do bacteria harm their host
Are all bacteria harmful
what is an example of a good bacteria
Unicellular Microorganisms
1. Release toxin that damage cells and tissues... 2. Compete wit…
No
E coli , assist in digestion of food and synthesis of nutrien…
What are bacteria
Unicellular Microorganisms
How do bacteria harm their host
1. Release toxin that damage cells and tissues... 2. Compete wit…
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Antibiotics Pharmacology
Inhibitors of folate synthesis
DNA Gyrase inhibitor
RNA polymerase inhibitor
protein synthesis inhibitor
sulfonamide and trimethoprim MoA
Fluoroquinolones MoA
Rifampin MoA
amioglycosides MoA
Inhibitors of folate synthesis
sulfonamide and trimethoprim MoA
DNA Gyrase inhibitor
Fluoroquinolones MoA
Pharmacology Antibiotics
Aminoglycosides Class
Sulfonamides, Tetracyclines, Fluoroqui…
ceftriaxone (Rocephin)
Clavulanic, Tazobactam, Sulbactam
Name an antibiotic class that you would worry about nephrotox…
Name 3 antibiotic classes that have an the adverse effect, ph…
Which antibiotic can pass the blood brain barrier and get int…
Name the 3 chemicals used with penicillins as a beta-lactamas…
Aminoglycosides Class
Name an antibiotic class that you would worry about nephrotox…
Sulfonamides, Tetracyclines, Fluoroqui…
Name 3 antibiotic classes that have an the adverse effect, ph…
Pharm Exam 1: Antibiotics
What is MIC
What is Cmax/MIC
What is T>MIC
How is a concentration dependent drug…
Minimum inhibitory concentration - lowest concentration of an…
Ratio of the max plasma concentration (peak) to the MIC
Time above MIC - duration that plasma concentrations remain a…
Cmax/MIC
What is MIC
Minimum inhibitory concentration - lowest concentration of an…
What is Cmax/MIC
Ratio of the max plasma concentration (peak) to the MIC
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pharmacology antibiotics
minimum inhibitory concentration
minimum inhibitory concentration
post-antibiotic effect
more
what does MIC stand for?
What term describes the lowest concentration of an antimicrob…
This term describes the period of time after complete removal…
you receive a microbiology report that sets the MIC at 15 for…
minimum inhibitory concentration
what does MIC stand for?
minimum inhibitory concentration
What term describes the lowest concentration of an antimicrob…
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