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Pharmacotherapy: Antibiotics
Principles of antbiotic dosing
bacteriostatis
bacterioscidal
Antibiotic pharmacodynamics
...
keeps bacteria from increasing more, but remains at same level
kills present bacteria
- T>minimum inhibitory concentratinopi (MIC)... - Peak/MIC... - AUC…
Principles of antbiotic dosing
...
bacteriostatis
keeps bacteria from increasing more, but remains at same level
Antibiotic pharmacotherapy
Penicillins MOA
Penicillin V
Penicillin G
Nafcillin
inhibit cell wall synthesis by binding penicillin binding pro…
Oral formulation given as 1 to 4 grams daily (TID-QID); LESS…
IM, IV, SQ, Intrathecal
IV only, treat serious susceptible staph infections; usual do…
Penicillins MOA
inhibit cell wall synthesis by binding penicillin binding pro…
Penicillin V
Oral formulation given as 1 to 4 grams daily (TID-QID); LESS…
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Pharmacotherapy: Antibiotic Review
Good Luck
Describe gram + organisms
Describe gram - organisms
Gram + organisms stain
:)
Have a thick peptidoglycan layer
Thin peptidoglycan layer and outer membrane; have porin prote…
Purple
Good Luck
:)
Describe gram + organisms
Have a thick peptidoglycan layer
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Pharmacotherapy: Antibiotic Review
Good Luck
Describe gram + organisms
Describe gram - organisms
Gram + organisms stain
:)
Have a thick peptidoglycan layer
Thin peptidoglycan layer and outer membrane; have porin prote…
Purple
Good Luck
:)
Describe gram + organisms
Have a thick peptidoglycan layer
242 terms
Pharmacotherapy: Antibiotic Review
Good Luck
Describe gram + organisms
Describe gram - organisms
Gram + organisms stain
:)
Have a thick peptidoglycan layer
Thin peptidoglycan layer and outer membrane; have porin prote…
Purple
Good Luck
:)
Describe gram + organisms
Have a thick peptidoglycan layer
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Pharmacotherapy III Antibiotic Quiz List
Pennicillin
Dicloxacillin... Cloxacillin... Nafcillin... Ox…
Ticarcillin... Pipercillin
Amoxicillin/Clavulanate... Ampicillin/Sul…
Streptococcus +... Enterobacteriaceae +/-
S. aureus +... Streptococcus +
Streptococcus +... Enterococcus +... Enterbacteriaceae +... Pseudomona…
S. aureus +... Streptococcus +... Enterococcus +... Enterobacteriaceae…
Pennicillin
Streptococcus +... Enterobacteriaceae +/-
Dicloxacillin... Cloxacillin... Nafcillin... Ox…
S. aureus +... Streptococcus +
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Pharmacotherapy III Antibiotic Quiz List
Pennicillin
Dicloxacillin... Cloxacillin... Nafcillin... Ox…
Ticarcillin... Pipercillin
Amoxicillin/Clavulanate... Ampicillin/Sul…
Streptococcus +... Enterobacteriaceae +/-
S. aureus +... Streptococcus +
Streptococcus +... Enterococcus +... Enterbacteriaceae +... Pseudomona…
S. aureus +... Streptococcus +... Enterococcus +... Enterobacteriaceae…
Pennicillin
Streptococcus +... Enterobacteriaceae +/-
Dicloxacillin... Cloxacillin... Nafcillin... Ox…
S. aureus +... Streptococcus +
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Antibiotics
What are the patient factors to consid…
What the antibiotic factors to conside…
What is MIC?
What are the pharmaco-dynamic determin…
Site and source of infection... Likely cause of infection at sit…
Spectrum of activity... Method of administration... Penetration to…
Minimum Inhibitory Capacity - the concentration under standar…
Different parameters predict response to therapy for differen…
What are the patient factors to consid…
Site and source of infection... Likely cause of infection at sit…
What the antibiotic factors to conside…
Spectrum of activity... Method of administration... Penetration to…
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Antibiotics
Antibiotic MOA
Antibiotic drug classes
Aminoglycoside drugs... (-MYCIN)
Gentamicin
inhibit protein synthesis
-Aminoglycosides... -Tetracyclines... -Clindamycin... -Macrolides
-Gentamicin... -Tobramycin... -Amikacin... -Streptomycin... -Neomycin... -Pa…
-Narrow-spectrum... -Exclusively aerobic to gram-negative bacill…
Antibiotic MOA
inhibit protein synthesis
Antibiotic drug classes
-Aminoglycosides... -Tetracyclines... -Clindamycin... -Macrolides
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Specialized pharmacotherapy final prep
Mosquitoes
Anti-malarial
Atovaquone and proguanil
False - it's taken weekly.
Malaria is mainly transmitted by?
Chloroquine belongs to which drug class?
Malarone contains which two ingredients?
True/false: Aralen is taken daily.
Mosquitoes
Malaria is mainly transmitted by?
Anti-malarial
Chloroquine belongs to which drug class?
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pharmacotherapy - dermatology
Identify key features of pathophys for…
treatment of acne scarring
Acne vulgaris Treatment Goals
Non-Pharmacologic Therapy... Acne vulgaris
1. Non-inflammatory... Open comedones (blackheads) & ... Closed com…
Best prevention: Early appropriate treatment continued for as…
Prevent new eruptions and reduce lesion count... Minimize medica…
...
Identify key features of pathophys for…
1. Non-inflammatory... Open comedones (blackheads) & ... Closed com…
treatment of acne scarring
Best prevention: Early appropriate treatment continued for as…
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pharmacotherapy - dermatology
Identify key features of pathophys for…
treatment of acne scarring
Acne vulgaris Treatment Goals
Non-Pharmacologic Therapy... Acne vulgaris
1. Non-inflammatory... Open comedones (blackheads) & ... Closed com…
Best prevention: Early appropriate treatment continued for as…
Prevent new eruptions and reduce lesion count... Minimize medica…
...
Identify key features of pathophys for…
1. Non-inflammatory... Open comedones (blackheads) & ... Closed com…
treatment of acne scarring
Best prevention: Early appropriate treatment continued for as…
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Pharmacotherapy: Exam 3
Diphenhydramine Dose (Insomnia)
Valerian Dose (Insomnia)
Melatonin Dose (Insomnia)
Diphenhydramine Counseling Points
25-50 mg 30 minutes before bed... Onset: sedation peaks 3-6 hour…
400-900 mg valerian EXTRACT up to 2 hours before bedtime... Onse…
0.3-5 mg up to 120 minutes before bedtime for up to 8 weeks... O…
1. Take for 2-3 nights then skip a night and re-evaluate slee…
Diphenhydramine Dose (Insomnia)
25-50 mg 30 minutes before bed... Onset: sedation peaks 3-6 hour…
Valerian Dose (Insomnia)
400-900 mg valerian EXTRACT up to 2 hours before bedtime... Onse…
antibiotics lecture
empiric therapy
definitive therapy
antimicrobial prophylaxis
bactericidal
therapy before causative organism known, based off of common…
therapy once cultures and sensitivities are back
preventative antibiotics, for high risk patients only
when exposed to antibiotic the number of bacteria decrease
empiric therapy
therapy before causative organism known, based off of common…
definitive therapy
therapy once cultures and sensitivities are back
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Pharmacotherapy: Exam 4
Systemic Decongestants
Topical Decongestants
Topical anesthetics
Systemic analgesics and antipyretics
Pseudoephedrine... Phenylpropanolamine (PPE)
Oxymetazoline... Phenylephrine... Naphazoline... ***LIMIT USE TO 3-5 D…
1. Lozenges: benzocaine, dyclonin HCl, menthol, camphor, pect…
Ibuprofen... Acetaminophen... Aspirin... Naproxen
Systemic Decongestants
Pseudoephedrine... Phenylpropanolamine (PPE)
Topical Decongestants
Oxymetazoline... Phenylephrine... Naphazoline... ***LIMIT USE TO 3-5 D…
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Pharmacotherapy Exam 2 Section 3
What is the function of the gallbladde…
What is bile? [5]
What are the risk factors for Cholethi…
What are some important things about c…
Store bile secreted from liver... Absorbs water and electrolyte…
Bile acids, phospholipids, cholesterol, drugs, and metabolites
> 40 yo... Female (pregnancy and BC)... Obesity (BMI >30)... Rapid wei…
85-90% of gallstones... Cholesterol monohydrate... Radiolucent
What is the function of the gallbladde…
Store bile secreted from liver... Absorbs water and electrolyte…
What is bile? [5]
Bile acids, phospholipids, cholesterol, drugs, and metabolites
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pharmacotherapy exam 3 drugs
Phentermine
Orlistat
Locaserin
Phentermine/topiramate CR
MOA: reducing food intake: sympathomimetic amine, inc. releas…
(alli)... MOA: affecting fat absorption: lipase inhibitor ... long…
belviq... MOA: selective serotonin 2C receptor agonist ... long ter…
qsymia ... MOA: reduce food intake, promote satiety, possible in…
Phentermine
MOA: reducing food intake: sympathomimetic amine, inc. releas…
Orlistat
(alli)... MOA: affecting fat absorption: lipase inhibitor ... long…
pharmacotherapy test 2 class 3
whats the function of the Gallbladders?
what is Cholethisis ?... what are the ris…
what are the two type of Gallstone dis…
what are the symptoms of Cholethiasis ?
1- to store bile secreted from the liver... 2- absorbs water and…
cholethisasis is also known as Gallstone Disease.... cause by g…
induce by the formation of Cholesterol stones ... induce by the…
steady abdominal pain the generally occurs 30 minutes after m…
whats the function of the Gallbladders?
1- to store bile secreted from the liver... 2- absorbs water and…
what is Cholethisis ?... what are the ris…
cholethisasis is also known as Gallstone Disease.... cause by g…
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Pharmacotherapy for Skin Infections
Most common bacterial skin infection
For persons with chronic conditions
General TX Rules
CA- MRSA
Staphylococcus Aureus , GAS (Group A Streptococcus) S. Pyogenes
E. Coli, Klebsiella sp, Pseudomonas aerugenosa
C&D, Broad Spectrum - PCN (Amoxicillin), clavulanate (Augment…
Clindamycin (CLeocin)
Most common bacterial skin infection
Staphylococcus Aureus , GAS (Group A Streptococcus) S. Pyogenes
For persons with chronic conditions
E. Coli, Klebsiella sp, Pseudomonas aerugenosa
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pharmacotherapy - otic disorders
Pathophysiology of the ear... Protective…
Factors Compromising Protective Barriers
Recognize and explain the associated s…
Recommend pharmacologic treatments for…
Hairs lining outer half of EAC... Acidic pH... Cerumen coating... Natu…
1 EAC cul-de-sac: dark, warm, collects moisture... 2 Lipid layer…
acute otitis externa - otalgia, itching, otorrhea, EAC edema…
Acute Otitis Externa... - Antibiotics... - Antibiotics + corticost…
Pathophysiology of the ear... Protective…
Hairs lining outer half of EAC... Acidic pH... Cerumen coating... Natu…
Factors Compromising Protective Barriers
1 EAC cul-de-sac: dark, warm, collects moisture... 2 Lipid layer…
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pharmacotherapy - otic disorders
Pathophysiology of the ear... Protective…
Factors Compromising Protective Barriers
Recognize and explain the associated s…
Recommend pharmacologic treatments for…
Hairs lining outer half of EAC... Acidic pH... Cerumen coating... Natu…
1 EAC cul-de-sac: dark, warm, collects moisture... 2 Lipid layer…
acute otitis externa - otalgia, itching, otorrhea, EAC edema…
Acute Otitis Externa... - Antibiotics... - Antibiotics + corticost…
Pathophysiology of the ear... Protective…
Hairs lining outer half of EAC... Acidic pH... Cerumen coating... Natu…
Factors Compromising Protective Barriers
1 EAC cul-de-sac: dark, warm, collects moisture... 2 Lipid layer…
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Antibiotics PK & Drug Interactions
MIC is determined using *disk diffus…
types of killers... 2
Time-dependent killers... 6
Contentration-dependent killers... 5
...
1. Time dependent... 2. Concentration dependent
1. B-Lactams... 2. clinDamycin... 3. Macrolides... 4. Zolids... 5…
1. AG... 2. Dapto... 3. FQ ... 4. Metronidazole... 5. Orita
MIC is determined using *disk diffus…
...
types of killers... 2
1. Time dependent... 2. Concentration dependent
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New Antibiotics
New antibiotics are reserved for
The 10 X 20 initiative targets ESKAPE…
Tedizolid
Televancin
skin + soft tissue infections caused by gram positive bacteri…
E. faecium, S. aureus (gram pos), K. pneumoniae, A. baumannii…
like linezolid; covers for MRSA, VRE, strains resistant to li…
new IV antibiotic for MRSA infection; related to vanco; use f…
New antibiotics are reserved for
skin + soft tissue infections caused by gram positive bacteri…
The 10 X 20 initiative targets ESKAPE…
E. faecium, S. aureus (gram pos), K. pneumoniae, A. baumannii…
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Pharmacotherapy Bacteriology
Bacteriology
Eukaryotes
Prokaryotes
Capsule or slime layer
the study of bacteria's cell structure, mechanism of action,…
membrane bound nucleus, linear chomosomes, transcription from…
genetic material in cytoplasm, haploid, circular chomosome, D…
glycocalyx ->polysaccharide on external surface, produced by…
Bacteriology
the study of bacteria's cell structure, mechanism of action,…
Eukaryotes
membrane bound nucleus, linear chomosomes, transcription from…
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Pharmacotherapy DS Name/System
CNS... Use: Migraine prevention, somatofo…
CNS / Skin... Use: DHEA deficiency (lupus…
CNS... Use: Migraine prevention/treatment
CNS... Use: Dementia, intermittent claudi…
Butterbur
DHEA
Feverfew
Ginko
CNS... Use: Migraine prevention, somatofo…
Butterbur
CNS / Skin... Use: DHEA deficiency (lupus…
DHEA
PT4 Antibiotics
Host Factors (7)
Pathogen Factors (4)
Drug Factors (6)
MIC
allergies... age... pregnancy... genetics... renal/hepatic function... conco…
morphology... resistance mechanism... site of infection... identificat…
Mechanism... Toxicity... Kinetics/dynamics... Antibiogram... Tissue Penet…
Minimum Inhibitory Concentration... Minimum concentration to pre…
Host Factors (7)
allergies... age... pregnancy... genetics... renal/hepatic function... conco…
Pathogen Factors (4)
morphology... resistance mechanism... site of infection... identificat…
Antibiotics
MOA of Pencillins
MOA of Cephalosporins
MOA of Cabopanems
MOA of Vancomycin
inhibits cell wall synthesis... -bind to PBPs and inhibit trans…
inhibits cell wall synthesis... -bind to PBPs and activate auto…
inhibits cell wall synthesis... -bind to PBPs... -must be given wi…
inhibits cell wall synthesis... -inhibits transglycosylase
MOA of Pencillins
inhibits cell wall synthesis... -bind to PBPs and inhibit trans…
MOA of Cephalosporins
inhibits cell wall synthesis... -bind to PBPs and activate auto…
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Antibiotics
Beta-lactams
Beta-lactams Mechanisms of Action
Things to know on Beta-lactams
Penicillin has good coverage for?
Penicillins... carbapenems... cephalosporins
Inhibit transpeptidases (PBP) on the cell wall... disrupts linki…
Bactericidal... Time dependent- higher dose doesn't help... Elimina…
Streptococci - pyogens and viridans... enterococcus faecalis... clo…
Beta-lactams
Penicillins... carbapenems... cephalosporins
Beta-lactams Mechanisms of Action
Inhibit transpeptidases (PBP) on the cell wall... disrupts linki…
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Pharmacotherapy Exam 3 skin
What types of acne are inflammatory
What are nodulocystic acne
What do we use to treat P. Acnes proli…
What do we use to fight the inflammato…
Papules and Pastule
Nodules and cysts
Benzoyl peroxide, topical/oral antibiotics. Isotrentinoin
Intralesional corticosteroids, oral corticosteroids, topical…
What types of acne are inflammatory
Papules and Pastule
What are nodulocystic acne
Nodules and cysts
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Pharmacology - Antibiotics and Antimicrobial Therapy
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
Pharmacotherapy III Exam II
Antibiotic Resistance
Acquired genetic info. (horizontal evo…
Staphylococcus aureus
Methicillin resistant stapylococcus au…
mutation & selection (vertical evolution)... Acquired genetic in…
Transformation (from environment)... Conjugation (between bacter…
gram (+)... normal flora of skin... bacteremia, skin & soft tissue…
MecA gene codes for structural changes to PBP2a which decreas…
Antibiotic Resistance
mutation & selection (vertical evolution)... Acquired genetic in…
Acquired genetic info. (horizontal evo…
Transformation (from environment)... Conjugation (between bacter…
Pharmacotherapy III Exam IV
SSI
Clean contaminated
Dirty
Cefazolin, Cefuroxime
Surgical Site infection
genital, urinary, respiratory under controlled conditions w/o…
old traumatic wounds, already present clinical infection, per…
gram (+) S. aureus, S. epidermis
SSI
Surgical Site infection
Clean contaminated
genital, urinary, respiratory under controlled conditions w/o…
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Pharmacotherapy of Malignancies
Cancer
Radiation
Goal of treatment
Cancer characteristics
Survivial rate of 40%, combination of many diseases... Best trea…
Adverse effects, kill host cells as well
- Cure... - Palliative... - Prolong survival ... - Control pain
Resistance to treatment ... - Melanoma resistant to most drugs... C…
Cancer
Survivial rate of 40%, combination of many diseases... Best trea…
Radiation
Adverse effects, kill host cells as well
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Overview of Antibiotics
gram ➕ Coccuss* ANaerobic
gram ➕ Coccuss* aerobic is divided int…
Coccus Clusters are divided into... 2
Coccus Cluster & coagulase
Pepto
1. Clusters (Catalase +)... 2. chains ⛓️ (Catalase -)
1. coagulase ➕... 2. coagulase
stAph aureus
gram ➕ Coccuss* ANaerobic
Pepto
gram ➕ Coccuss* aerobic is divided int…
1. Clusters (Catalase +)... 2. chains ⛓️ (Catalase -)
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Pharmacotherapy Exam 3 ears
Why is the EAC more delicate in a child
What are the protective barriers of th…
Why is complicated otitis medea
What is swimmer's ear
It's shorter by 1 inch
Hairs lining the outer half, Acidic pH, cerumen coating, Natu…
When it travels to the EAC
Acute Otitis External, usually bacterial, occasionally fungal
Why is the EAC more delicate in a child
It's shorter by 1 inch
What are the protective barriers of th…
Hairs lining the outer half, Acidic pH, cerumen coating, Natu…
Pharmacotherapy Module 2
Gram + bacteria
Gram - bacteria
Anaerobes
Atypicals
staph, strep
neisseria, H. influenzae, E. coli
bacteroides, clostridium
mycoplasma, chlamydia
Gram + bacteria
staph, strep
Gram - bacteria
neisseria, H. influenzae, E. coli
9 terms
Summary of Common Antibiotics
Penicillin
Ampicillin
Bacitracin
Cephalosporin
Mechanism of action: inhibits cell-wall synthesis... Target bact…
Mechanism of action: inhibits cell-wall synthesis... Target bact…
Mechanism of action: inhibits cell-wall synthesis... Target bact…
Mechanism of action: inhibits cell-wall synthesis... Target bact…
Penicillin
Mechanism of action: inhibits cell-wall synthesis... Target bact…
Ampicillin
Mechanism of action: inhibits cell-wall synthesis... Target bact…
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Pharmacotherapy Ch. 10
What is another term for heartburn.... A.…
Which drug listed below is an example…
Which Histamine2 receptor blocker affe…
Which drug listed below forms a protec…
D. Gastroesophageal Reflex Disease (GERD)
E. All of the above
D. Cimetidine (Tagamet)
B. Sucralfate (Carafate)
What is another term for heartburn.... A.…
D. Gastroesophageal Reflex Disease (GERD)
Which drug listed below is an example…
E. All of the above
2 Antibiotics 101
Principles of Antibiotic therapy
Effective Antibiotic Therapy
Bactericidal vs. Bacteriostatic
Dosing (2)
Healthy patient-->Infection-->Immune Response-->antibiotics--…
Dosing... Duration... Infection
For an antibiotic to be considered bactericidal it must show…
pharmacokinetics (what body does to drug) ... pharmacodynamics (…
Principles of Antibiotic therapy
Healthy patient-->Infection-->Immune Response-->antibiotics--…
Effective Antibiotic Therapy
Dosing... Duration... Infection
Class of Antibiotics
penicillin G
penicillin VK
nafcillin
oxacillin
Natural Penicillin
Natural Pencillin
Anti-staphylococcal Penicillins
Anti-staphylococcal Penicillins
penicillin G
Natural Penicillin
penicillin VK
Natural Pencillin
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Antibiotic Overview
Narrow spectrum
Broad spectrum
Bacteriostatic
Bactericidal
- inhibits gram-positive or gram-negative
inhibits a variety of gram-positive and gram-negative organisms
inhibits the growth of microbe targeting protein and nucleoti…
kills the microbe targeting cell wall, cell membrane, and DNA…
Narrow spectrum
- inhibits gram-positive or gram-negative
Broad spectrum
inhibits a variety of gram-positive and gram-negative organisms
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Pharmacotherapy of Pneumonia
Identify pathogens commonly associated…
Hospital-Acquired Pneumonia (HAP)
Identify pathogens commonly associated…
Identify risk factors for drug resista…
S. pneumoniae—most common... Mycoplasma pneumoniae... Chlamydia p…
Hospital-acquired (or nosocomial) pneumonia (HAP) is pneumoni…
Streptococcus pneumoniae... Haemophilus influenzae... Methicillin-s…
Age >65 years... Beta-lactam, macrolide, or fluoroquinolone ther…
Identify pathogens commonly associated…
S. pneumoniae—most common... Mycoplasma pneumoniae... Chlamydia p…
Hospital-Acquired Pneumonia (HAP)
Hospital-acquired (or nosocomial) pneumonia (HAP) is pneumoni…
Brand and Generic Antibiotics
amoxicillin
piperacillin
ampicillin/sulbactam
amoxicillin/clavulanate
Amoxil
Pipracil
Unasyn
Augmentin
amoxicillin
Amoxil
piperacillin
Pipracil
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Antibiotic classifications
Sulfonamides
Quinolones/Fluro-Quinolones
B-Lactam
Cephalosporins (category B)
Active against gram-negative bacteria (E. coli, Klebsiella, H…
Effective against gram-negative bacteria and some atypical ba…
Penicillin... Ampicillin... Amoxycillin... Cephalosporins
Cephalosporins and Penicillins belong to the beta-lactam fami…
Sulfonamides
Active against gram-negative bacteria (E. coli, Klebsiella, H…
Quinolones/Fluro-Quinolones
Effective against gram-negative bacteria and some atypical ba…
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pharmacotherapy - ophthalmic disorders
Functions of tear film
Tear Film Layer Functions ... Mucous layer
Tear Film Layer Functions ... Aqueous Layer
Tear Film Layer Functions ... Lipid Layer
• Lubricating the ocular surface and eyelids ... • Providing a s…
• Lubricates ocular surface ... • Provides adsorbent interface b…
• Hydrates mucous layer ... • Supplies oxygen & electrolytes to…
• Slow tear evaporation ... • Enhance tear film spreading ... • Pro…
Functions of tear film
• Lubricating the ocular surface and eyelids ... • Providing a s…
Tear Film Layer Functions ... Mucous layer
• Lubricates ocular surface ... • Provides adsorbent interface b…
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Pharmacotherapy: Aminoglycosides
Aminoglycosides mechanism of action
Aminoglycosides are the only protein s…
Aminoglycosides given orally are
The dosing we are talking about is for…
Inhibit BOTH 50S and 30S ribosomal subunits
Bactericidal
Poorly absorbed
1) Gentimicin... 2) Tobramycin
Aminoglycosides mechanism of action
Inhibit BOTH 50S and 30S ribosomal subunits
Aminoglycosides are the only protein s…
Bactericidal
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Pharmacotherapy: Dermatology
Nonpharmacologic treatments for Acne V…
Factors that increase adherence to Acn…
Factors that decrease adherence to Acn…
What are topical retinoids used for an…
wash skin with mild soap 2x/day... avoid scrubbing or harsh prod…
older age, female, shame, once daily regimen
smoking, alcohol consumption, cost
Topical retinoids are used for mild-moderate acne and have ma…
Nonpharmacologic treatments for Acne V…
wash skin with mild soap 2x/day... avoid scrubbing or harsh prod…
Factors that increase adherence to Acn…
older age, female, shame, once daily regimen
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Antibiotic Chart - Glycylcyclines, Polymyxins, and Miscellaneous Antibiotics
glycylcycline
Tygacil
tigecycline
good
abx class of tigecycline
brand of tigecycline
generic of Tygacil
describe glycylcyclines coverage of gram +
glycylcycline
abx class of tigecycline
Tygacil
brand of tigecycline
Geriatric Pharmacotherapy
Propranolol
Imipramine
Gentamicin
Digoxin
High blood pressure (HTN), abnormal heart rhythms, heart dise…
Depression
type of antibiotic; used to treat infection
heart failure, abnormal heart rhythms
Propranolol
High blood pressure (HTN), abnormal heart rhythms, heart dise…
Imipramine
Depression
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pharmacotherapy - dermatology
Identify key features of pathophys for…
treatment of acne scarring
Acne vulgaris Treatment Goals
Non-Pharmacologic Therapy... Acne vulgaris
1. Increased follicular keratinization... 2. Increased sebum pro…
Best prevention: Early appropriate treatment continued for as…
Prevent new eruptions and reduce lesion count... Minimize medica…
Skin care:... Wash skin BID with gentle soap... Avoid harsh product…
Identify key features of pathophys for…
1. Increased follicular keratinization... 2. Increased sebum pro…
treatment of acne scarring
Best prevention: Early appropriate treatment continued for as…
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