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69 terms
USMLE FA Microbiology Pharmacology
Penicillin
Methicillin, Nafcillin, Dicloxacillin…
Ampicillin and Amoxicillin (aminopenic…
Ticarcillin, Carbenicillin, Pipercilli…
Mechanism... 1. bind penicillin binding protiens... 2. block transp…
Mechanism... 1. Same as penicillin - but bulkier R group makes i…
Mechanism... 1. Same as penicillins... Clinical use... 1. wider spect…
Mechainism... 1. same as penicillins... Clinical use... 1. extended s…
Penicillin
Mechanism... 1. bind penicillin binding protiens... 2. block transp…
Methicillin, Nafcillin, Dicloxacillin…
Mechanism... 1. Same as penicillin - but bulkier R group makes i…
768 terms
USMLE: Pharmacology
M-M kinetics:... Vmax is proportional to__
M-M kinetics:... Km is inversely related…
enzymatic rxns that have a sigmoid, ra…
an X-intercept on a L-B plot farther t…
enzyme conc
affinity of enzyme for substrate
cooperative kinetics
higher Km = lower affinity
M-M kinetics:... Vmax is proportional to__
enzyme conc
M-M kinetics:... Km is inversely related…
affinity of enzyme for substrate
281 terms
USMLE: Microbiology
organisms known for causing endocarditis
four drug regimen used to treat TB
used to treat Trichomonas or Gardnerella
used to treat Plasmodium vivax or ovale
S. aureus, Staph epididermis, viridans strep, VRE, Strep. bov…
isoniazid, ethambutol, rifampin, pyrazinamide
metronidazole
chloroquine + primaquine
organisms known for causing endocarditis
S. aureus, Staph epididermis, viridans strep, VRE, Strep. bov…
four drug regimen used to treat TB
isoniazid, ethambutol, rifampin, pyrazinamide
768 terms
USMLE: Pharmacology
M-M kinetics:... Vmax is proportional to__
M-M kinetics:... Km is inversely related…
enzymatic rxns that have a sigmoid, ra…
an X-intercept on a L-B plot farther t…
enzyme conc
affinity of enzyme for substrate
cooperative kinetics
higher Km = lower affinity
M-M kinetics:... Vmax is proportional to__
enzyme conc
M-M kinetics:... Km is inversely related…
affinity of enzyme for substrate
93 terms
Usmle microbiology
First generation cephalosporins
Second generation cephalosporins
Third generation cephalosporins
Fourth generation cephalosporins
Cephalexin,... Cefazolin
Cefuroxime,... Cefoxitin,... Cefotetan
Ceftriaxone,... Cefotaxime,... Ceftibuten
Cefepime
First generation cephalosporins
Cephalexin,... Cefazolin
Second generation cephalosporins
Cefuroxime,... Cefoxitin,... Cefotetan
768 terms
USMLE Pharmacology
M-M kinetics:... Vmax is proportional to__
M-M kinetics:... Km is inversely related…
enzymatic rxns that have a sigmoid, ra…
an X-intercept on a L-B plot farther t…
enzyme conc
affinity of enzyme for substrate
cooperative kinetics
higher Km = lower affinity
M-M kinetics:... Vmax is proportional to__
enzyme conc
M-M kinetics:... Km is inversely related…
affinity of enzyme for substrate
138 terms
Microbiology USMLE
Peptidoglycan
Cell Wall
Outer membranes(Gram negative)
Plasma Membrane
-Gives rigid support,protects against osmotic pressure... -Sugar…
-Major surface antigen... -Peptidoglycan for support... -Lipoteicho…
-Site of endotoxin(LPS);major surface antigen... -Lipid A induce…
-Site of oxidative and transport enzyme... -Phospholipid bilayer
Peptidoglycan
-Gives rigid support,protects against osmotic pressure... -Sugar…
Cell Wall
-Major surface antigen... -Peptidoglycan for support... -Lipoteicho…
326 terms
USMLE Pharmacology
MOA of Penicillin?
Use of penicillin?
Penicillin: Bacteriocidal or static?
Penicillin Toxicity?
Bind penicillin binding proteins ... Block transpeptidase cross…
G+ organisms: S pnuemo, s pyogenes, actinomyces... G(-) organism…
Cidal (kill bacteria directly)
Hypersensitivity, Hemolytic anemia
MOA of Penicillin?
Bind penicillin binding proteins ... Block transpeptidase cross…
Use of penicillin?
G+ organisms: S pnuemo, s pyogenes, actinomyces... G(-) organism…
439 terms
USMLE Pharmacology
Michaelis Menten kinetics:... Vmax is pro…
M-M kinetics:... Km is inversely related…
enzymatic rxns that have a sigmoid, ra…
an X-intercept on a Lineweaver-Burk pl…
enzyme conc [S]
affinity of enzyme for substrate... (Km = [S] at 1/2 Vmax; i.e.…
cooperative kinetics
higher Km = lower affinity
Michaelis Menten kinetics:... Vmax is pro…
enzyme conc [S]
M-M kinetics:... Km is inversely related…
affinity of enzyme for substrate... (Km = [S] at 1/2 Vmax; i.e.…
768 terms
USMLE Pharmacology
M-M kinetics:... Vmax is proportional to__
M-M kinetics:... Km is inversely related…
enzymatic rxns that have a sigmoid, ra…
an X-intercept on a L-B plot farther t…
enzyme conc
affinity of enzyme for substrate
cooperative kinetics
higher Km = lower affinity
M-M kinetics:... Vmax is proportional to__
enzyme conc
M-M kinetics:... Km is inversely related…
affinity of enzyme for substrate
768 terms
USMLE: Pharmacology
M-M kinetics:... Vmax is proportional to__
M-M kinetics:... Km is inversely related…
enzymatic rxns that have a sigmoid, ra…
an X-intercept on a L-B plot farther t…
enzyme conc
affinity of enzyme for substrate
cooperative kinetics
higher Km = lower affinity
M-M kinetics:... Vmax is proportional to__
enzyme conc
M-M kinetics:... Km is inversely related…
affinity of enzyme for substrate
2,000 terms
Usmle Step 1 First Aid, USMLE World Review for Step 1, USMLE Step 1 Mnemonics, USMLE STEP 1 Pharmacology, USMLE Step 1 Antibiotics, USMLE Step 1, USMLE step 1 - immunology, USMLE step 1 - associations, USMLE step 1 - MSK, USMLE STEP 1 Microbiology
often precedes squamous cell carcinoma
primary adrenocortical deficiency
polyostotic fibrous dysplasia, precoci…
hereditary nephritis with nerve deafness
actinic keratosis
Addison's disease
Albright's syndrome
Alport's syndrome
often precedes squamous cell carcinoma
actinic keratosis
primary adrenocortical deficiency
Addison's disease
229 terms
USMLE- Microbiology
Which type of bacteria contains Lipote…
Which type of bacteria has a Periplasm…
Which type of bacteria has a Cytoplasm…
Which type of bacteria has a Capsule?…
Gram positive
Gram Negative
Both
Both
Which type of bacteria contains Lipote…
Gram positive
Which type of bacteria has a Periplasm…
Gram Negative
439 terms
USMLE Pharmacology
Michaelis Menten kinetics:... Vmax is pro…
M-M kinetics:... Km is inversely related…
enzymatic rxns that have a sigmoid, ra…
an X-intercept on a Lineweaver-Burk pl…
enzyme conc [S]
affinity of enzyme for substrate... (Km = [S] at 1/2 Vmax; i.e.…
cooperative kinetics
higher Km = lower affinity
Michaelis Menten kinetics:... Vmax is pro…
enzyme conc [S]
M-M kinetics:... Km is inversely related…
affinity of enzyme for substrate... (Km = [S] at 1/2 Vmax; i.e.…
21 terms
USMLE - Pharmacology
Km
Vmax
note the effects on noncompetitive and…
bioavailability
Concentration at which 1/2 Vmax is reached. This is a measure…
directly proportional to enzyme concentration... Maximal veloci…
Fraction of administered drug that reaches systemic circulati…
Km
Concentration at which 1/2 Vmax is reached. This is a measure…
Vmax
directly proportional to enzyme concentration... Maximal veloci…
124 terms
USMLE PHARMACOLOGY
CRAP GPS
SICKFACES.com G
CHOLINESTERASE INHIBITOR POISONING
Aztropine Clinical Use
Cytochrome p450 Inducers... C- carbamazepine... R-Rifampin... A-Alcoh…
CYP450 INHIBITORS... S-Sodium Valproate... I- isoniazid... C-Cimetidin…
Farmers, organophosphate poisoning ... SLUDD symptoms... Salivation…
Anticholingergic... causes mydriasis(pupillary dilation), cyclop…
CRAP GPS
Cytochrome p450 Inducers... C- carbamazepine... R-Rifampin... A-Alcoh…
SICKFACES.com G
CYP450 INHIBITORS... S-Sodium Valproate... I- isoniazid... C-Cimetidin…
986 terms
USMLE Microbiology
tanspeptidase
lipotechoic acid induces ___ and is un…
G- outer membrane
what type of bacteria have a *periplas…
*catalyzes formation of cross-linked between peptide side cha…
TNF... IL-1... G+
site of endotoxin (LPS) and major surface antigens... *O polysac…
G-... contains many hydrolytic enzymes such as beta-lactamases
tanspeptidase
*catalyzes formation of cross-linked between peptide side cha…
lipotechoic acid induces ___ and is un…
TNF... IL-1... G+
9 terms
USMLE microbiology
Gram positive group A beta hemolytic,…
Bacitrin resistant
Optochin sensitive
Optochin resistant
Strep. Pyogenes, causes impetigo
S. Agalactiae
S. Penumonia
S. Viridins
Gram positive group A beta hemolytic,…
Strep. Pyogenes, causes impetigo
Bacitrin resistant
S. Agalactiae
671 terms
USMLE - Pharmacology
A common side effects of Interferon (I…
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for a histor…
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for Gonorrhea
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for Meningoc…
Neutropenia
TMP-SMZ
Ceftriaxone
Rifampin (DOC), minocycline
A common side effects of Interferon (I…
Neutropenia
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for a histor…
TMP-SMZ
210 terms
USMLE Pharmacology
Abciximab
Acetaminophen
Acetazolamide, dorzolamide
Acetylcholine
Monoclonal antibody to fibrin receptor (glycoprotein IIb/IIIa…
Antipyretic analgesic: very weak cyclooxygenase inhibitor; no…
Carbonic anhydrase inhibitor diuretic: produces a NaHCO3 diur…
Cholinomimetic prototype: transmitter in CNS, ENS, all ANS ga…
Abciximab
Monoclonal antibody to fibrin receptor (glycoprotein IIb/IIIa…
Acetaminophen
Antipyretic analgesic: very weak cyclooxygenase inhibitor; no…
870 terms
USMLE STEP 1 Pharmacology
What are the major functions of the α1…
What are the major functions of the α2…
What are the major functions of the β1…
What are the major functions of the β2…
Increase vascular smooth muscle contraction, increase pupilla…
Decrease sympathetic outflow, decrease insulin release, decre…
Increase heart rate, increase contractility, increase renin r…
Vasodilation, bronchodilation, increase lipolysis, increase i…
What are the major functions of the α1…
Increase vascular smooth muscle contraction, increase pupilla…
What are the major functions of the α2…
Decrease sympathetic outflow, decrease insulin release, decre…
1,000 terms
USMLE Microbiology
tanspeptidase
lipotechoic acid induces ___ and is un…
G- outer membrane
what type of bacteria have a periplasm?
catalyzes formation of cross-linked between peptide side chai…
TNF... IL-1... G+
site of endotoxin (LPS) and major surface antigens... O polysach…
G-... contains many hydrolytic enzymes such as beta-lactamases
tanspeptidase
catalyzes formation of cross-linked between peptide side chai…
lipotechoic acid induces ___ and is un…
TNF... IL-1... G+
146 terms
USMLE Microbiology
N. meningitis
S. Aureus
S. Pyogenes, S. Agalactiae
S. epidermitis, S. saprophyticus
Gram- coccus, ferments maltose
Gram+ coccus, catalase+, coagulase+
Gram+ coccus, catalase-, B-hemolysis
Gram+ coccus, catalase+, coagulase-
N. meningitis
Gram- coccus, ferments maltose
S. Aureus
Gram+ coccus, catalase+, coagulase+
126 terms
USMLE Microbiology
Aerobes
Anerobes
India Ink
Silver Stain
"Nagging Pests Must Breathe"... Nocardia... Pseudomonas aeruginosa…
"Frankly Can't Breathe Air"... Fusobacterium... Clostridium... Bacter…
Cryptococcus
Fungi, Leigonella, H. pylori
Aerobes
"Nagging Pests Must Breathe"... Nocardia... Pseudomonas aeruginosa…
Anerobes
"Frankly Can't Breathe Air"... Fusobacterium... Clostridium... Bacter…
146 terms
USMLE Microbiology
N. meningitis
S. Aureus
S. Pyogenes, S. Agalactiae
S. epidermitis, S. saprophyticus
Gram- coccus, ferments maltose
Gram+ coccus, catalase+, coagulase+
Gram+ coccus, catalase-, B-hemolysis
Gram+ coccus, catalase+, coagulase-
N. meningitis
Gram- coccus, ferments maltose
S. Aureus
Gram+ coccus, catalase+, coagulase+
146 terms
USMLE Microbiology
N. meningitis
S. Aureus
S. Pyogenes, S. Agalactiae
S. epidermitis, S. saprophyticus
Gram- coccus, ferments maltose
Gram+ coccus, catalase+, coagulase+
Gram+ coccus, catalase-, B-hemolysis
Gram+ coccus, catalase+, coagulase-
N. meningitis
Gram- coccus, ferments maltose
S. Aureus
Gram+ coccus, catalase+, coagulase+
25 terms
USMLE Microbiology
Staph aureus... "Golden Staff of Moses"
Staphylococcus epidermidis... "Beauty an…
Staphylococcus saprophyticus... "Beauty…
Strep. pyogenes (Group A Strep)... "Pi…
GRAM POSITIVE... Pathogenesis: ... - Colonizes nares... Population…
GRAM POSITIVE... Pathogenesis: ... - Part of normal skin flora... -…
GRAM POSITIVE... Pathogenesis: ... - UTI in sexually active femal…
GRAM POSITIVE... Pathogenesis: ... Population affected:... Clinical…
Staph aureus... "Golden Staff of Moses"
GRAM POSITIVE... Pathogenesis: ... - Colonizes nares... Population…
Staphylococcus epidermidis... "Beauty an…
GRAM POSITIVE... Pathogenesis: ... - Part of normal skin flora... -…
146 terms
USMLE Microbiology
N. meningitis
S. Aureus
S. Pyogenes, S. Agalactiae
S. epidermitis, S. saprophyticus
Gram- coccus, ferments maltose
Gram+ coccus, catalase+, coagulase+
Gram+ coccus, catalase-, B-hemolysis
Gram+ coccus, catalase+, coagulase-
N. meningitis
Gram- coccus, ferments maltose
S. Aureus
Gram+ coccus, catalase+, coagulase+
355 terms
USMLE Microbiology
Anti-capsular serum is added to bacter…
Bunyaviruses get their envelope from w…
What is the mechanism of action of ama…
RSV attaches to ____ to infect respira…
quellung
golgi
M2 protein inhibitor (prevents viral uncoating)
G protein
Anti-capsular serum is added to bacter…
quellung
Bunyaviruses get their envelope from w…
golgi
312 terms
USMLE - Pharmacology
penicillin G... penicillin V
ampicillin... amoxicillin
oxacillin... nafcillin... dicloxacillin
ticarcillin... piperacillin
Class: beta lactam ... Mechanism: binds transpeptidase and block…
Class: beta lactam... Mechanism: binds transpeptidase and blocks…
Class: beta lactam (penicillinase resistant b/c of bulky R gr…
Class: beta lactam (antipseudomonal)... Mechanism: binds transpe…
penicillin G... penicillin V
Class: beta lactam ... Mechanism: binds transpeptidase and block…
ampicillin... amoxicillin
Class: beta lactam... Mechanism: binds transpeptidase and blocks…
401 terms
USMLE Pharmacology
What are the pharmacokinetics of pharm…
What are the pharmacodynamics of phara…
Which form of a drug is water soluble?
Which form of a drug is lipid soluble?
ADME... Absorption... Distribution... Metabolism... Excretion... What the…
What the drug does to the body, mostly via receptor interacti…
The Ionized from (better excreted renally
The non-ionized form
What are the pharmacokinetics of pharm…
ADME... Absorption... Distribution... Metabolism... Excretion... What the…
What are the pharmacodynamics of phara…
What the drug does to the body, mostly via receptor interacti…
142 terms
Microbiology USMLE
Capsulated bacteria
Bacteria that do not gram stain
Giemsa staining bacteria
PAS (periodic acid-Schiff) staining ba…
Even Some Pretty Nasty Killers Have Shiny Bodies... E coli (some…
These Microbes May Lack Real Color... Treponema sp - cork-screw…
Certain Bugs Really Try my Patience... Chlamydia... Borrelia... Ricket…
Tropheryma whipplei... (PASs the sugar - Stains glycogen, mucopo…
Capsulated bacteria
Even Some Pretty Nasty Killers Have Shiny Bodies... E coli (some…
Bacteria that do not gram stain
These Microbes May Lack Real Color... Treponema sp - cork-screw…
671 terms
Pharmacology - USMLE
A common side effects of Interferon (I…
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for a histor…
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for Gonorrhea
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for Meningoc…
Neutropenia
TMP-SMZ
Ceftriaxone
Rifampin (DOC), minocycline
A common side effects of Interferon (I…
Neutropenia
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for a histor…
TMP-SMZ
671 terms
USMLE - Pharmacology
A common side effects of Interferon (I…
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for a histor…
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for Gonorrhea
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for Meningoc…
Neutropenia
TMP-SMZ
Ceftriaxone
Rifampin (DOC), minocycline
A common side effects of Interferon (I…
Neutropenia
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for a histor…
TMP-SMZ
671 terms
Pharmacology - USMLE
A common side effects of Interferon (I…
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for a histor…
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for Gonorrhea
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for Meningoc…
Neutropenia
TMP-SMZ
Ceftriaxone
Rifampin (DOC), minocycline
A common side effects of Interferon (I…
Neutropenia
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for a histor…
TMP-SMZ
671 terms
Pharmacology - USMLE
A common side effects of Interferon (I…
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for a histor…
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for Gonorrhea
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for Meningoc…
Neutropenia
TMP-SMZ
Ceftriaxone
Rifampin (DOC), minocycline
A common side effects of Interferon (I…
Neutropenia
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for a histor…
TMP-SMZ
22 terms
Microbiology USMLE
What is the mechanism for penicillin a…
What is the mechanism for aminoglycosi…
What is the mechanism for chromaphenic…
What is the mechanism for tetracycline…
Production of beta-lactamase, cleavage of beta-lacatm rings
inactivation of drug by acetylation, adenosylation, or phosph…
Inactivation by acetylation
Increased efflux out of cell
What is the mechanism for penicillin a…
Production of beta-lactamase, cleavage of beta-lacatm rings
What is the mechanism for aminoglycosi…
inactivation of drug by acetylation, adenosylation, or phosph…
283 terms
Psychiatry-Pharmacology (USMLE)
Drug of choice for management of chron…
What drugs can be used for acute treat…
Name a second-line agent for generaliz…
Drug of choice for panic disorder
antidepressants... <i>velaxafine and SSRIs preferred over TCAs
benzodiazepines
buspirone... <i>alternative agents: hydroxyzine and pregabalin
SSRIs
Drug of choice for management of chron…
antidepressants... <i>velaxafine and SSRIs preferred over TCAs
What drugs can be used for acute treat…
benzodiazepines
869 terms
USMLE STEP 1 Pharmacology
What are the major functions of the α1…
What are the major functions of the α2…
What are the major functions of the β1…
What are the major functions of the β2…
Increase vascular smooth muscle contraction, increase pupilla…
Decrease sympathetic outflow, decrease insulin release, decre…
Increase heart rate, increase contractility, increase renin r…
Vasodilation, bronchodilation, increase lipolysis, increase i…
What are the major functions of the α1…
Increase vascular smooth muscle contraction, increase pupilla…
What are the major functions of the α2…
Decrease sympathetic outflow, decrease insulin release, decre…
671 terms
Pharmacology - USMLE
A common side effects of Interferon (I…
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for a histor…
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for Gonorrhea
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for Meningoc…
Neutropenia
TMP-SMZ
Ceftriaxone
Rifampin (DOC), minocycline
A common side effects of Interferon (I…
Neutropenia
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for a histor…
TMP-SMZ
30 terms
USMLE - Pharmacology
5-flurouracil... - drug class
5-flurouracil... - indications
5-flurouracil... - SE
5-flurouracil... - CI or cautions... - oth…
S phase specific antimetabolite ... — pyrimidine analogg* → b…
Colon cancer; ... solid tumors; ... basal cell carcinoma (topical)
Myelosuppression; ... photosensitivity
Acts synergistically with methotrexate; ... myelosuppression…
5-flurouracil... - drug class
S phase specific antimetabolite ... — pyrimidine analogg* → b…
5-flurouracil... - indications
Colon cancer; ... solid tumors; ... basal cell carcinoma (topical)
146 terms
USMLE Microbiology
N. meningitis
S. Aureus
S. Pyogenes, S. Agalactiae
S. epidermitis, S. saprophyticus
Gram- coccus, ferments maltose
Gram+ coccus, catalase+, coagulase+
Gram+ coccus, catalase-, B-hemolysis
Gram+ coccus, catalase+, coagulase-
N. meningitis
Gram- coccus, ferments maltose
S. Aureus
Gram+ coccus, catalase+, coagulase+
353 terms
Pharmacology usmle
bethanechol
carbachol
methacholine
pilocarpine
CLASS: direct cholinergic agonist INFO: "Bethany call me acti…
CLASS: direct cholinergic agonist INFO: constricts pupils, re…
CLASS: direct cholinergic agonist (M3) INFO: asthma challenge…
CLASS: direct cholinergic agonist, resistant to AChE. INFO: p…
bethanechol
CLASS: direct cholinergic agonist INFO: "Bethany call me acti…
carbachol
CLASS: direct cholinergic agonist INFO: constricts pupils, re…
312 terms
USMLE - Pharmacology
penicillin G... penicillin V
ampicillin... amoxicillin
oxacillin... nafcillin... dicloxacillin
ticarcillin... piperacillin
Class: beta lactam ... Mechanism: binds transpeptidase and block…
Class: beta lactam... Mechanism: binds transpeptidase and blocks…
Class: beta lactam (penicillinase resistant b/c of bulky R gr…
Class: beta lactam (antipseudomonal)... Mechanism: binds transpe…
penicillin G... penicillin V
Class: beta lactam ... Mechanism: binds transpeptidase and block…
ampicillin... amoxicillin
Class: beta lactam... Mechanism: binds transpeptidase and blocks…
311 terms
USMLE - Pharmacology
ampicillin... amoxicillin
oxacillin... nafcillin... dicloxacillin
ticarcillin... piperacillin
cefazolin... cephalexin
Class: beta lactam... Mechanism: binds transpeptidase and blocks…
Class: beta lactam (penicillinase resistant b/c of bulky R gr…
Class: beta lactam (antipseudomonal)... Mechanism: binds transpe…
Class: 1st generation cephalosporin... Mechanism: betal lactams,…
ampicillin... amoxicillin
Class: beta lactam... Mechanism: binds transpeptidase and blocks…
oxacillin... nafcillin... dicloxacillin
Class: beta lactam (penicillinase resistant b/c of bulky R gr…
21 terms
usmle pharmacology
fast onset action insulin its classica…
short duration insulin its classical n…
whats the peak time for lispro-humalog
whats the duration of lispro-humalog
"regular insulin" ... lispro-humalog... aspart-novolog
"regular insulin"... humulin... velosulin
30-90min
3-5hours
fast onset action insulin its classica…
"regular insulin" ... lispro-humalog... aspart-novolog
short duration insulin its classical n…
"regular insulin"... humulin... velosulin
1,048 terms
USMLE STEP 1 Microbiology
What is a special cellular component o…
What is the special component of bacte…
Where are the normal flora found? Cont…
Are there normal flora in the blood or…
Ergosterol ... A major sterol
Peptidoglycan
Location:... - found on body surfaces contiguous with outside en…
No... Sterile environment
What is a special cellular component o…
Ergosterol ... A major sterol
What is the special component of bacte…
Peptidoglycan
usmle pharmacology
current
influx
die out
conductance
prąd
napływ
wygasnąć
przewodność
current
prąd
influx
napływ
17 terms
USMLE Pharmacology
Alzheimer's disease treatment
Gonorrhea treatment
Opioid analgesics mechanism of action
Uses of opioids and examples
1. Memantadine = NMDA receptor antagonist; prevent excitotoxi…
3rd gen cephalosporin e.g. ceftriaxone ... + azithromycin/doxyc…
Agonists at opioid receptors. Open K+ channels and close Ca2+…
Pain ... Cough suppression = dextromethorphan ... Diarrhea = lopera…
Alzheimer's disease treatment
1. Memantadine = NMDA receptor antagonist; prevent excitotoxi…
Gonorrhea treatment
3rd gen cephalosporin e.g. ceftriaxone ... + azithromycin/doxyc…
296 terms
USMLE: Pharmacology
Penicillin- Pen G (IV), Pen V (O)
Ampicillin/Amoxicillin
Piperacillin/Ticarcillin
Methicillin/Nafcillin
Structural analogs of D-Ala-D-Ala... Cocci (both gram + and -)…
"AMinoPenicillins are AMPed up penicillins:" wider spectrum... S…
bind PBPs blocking cross-linking... Tx for pseudomonas & gram…
Beta-Lactamase resistant - bulkier structure... MRSA is somethin…
Penicillin- Pen G (IV), Pen V (O)
Structural analogs of D-Ala-D-Ala... Cocci (both gram + and -)…
Ampicillin/Amoxicillin
"AMinoPenicillins are AMPed up penicillins:" wider spectrum... S…
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