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PNR 182 Anti-infecti - PNR 182 Pharmacology Anti-infectives Homework Chpts 6-10 R Toole/2010 Sulfonamides Used to treat mainly Pts need to increase

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PNR 182: Pharmacology Anti-infectives Homework Chpts. 6-10 R. Toole/2010 Sulfonamides: Used to treat mainly _______________. Pts. need to increase fld. intake to ________________mLs or more daily Why? List 3 reasons. 1._______________________________________________________________________ 2._______________________________________________________________________ 3._______________________________________________________________________ _________________________refers to crystals in the urine. Bacteriostatic activity is due to_____________________________________________________________. ___________________________changes can occur with Sulfonamide therapy. Sulfasalazine can cause _________________________________ to skin or contact lenses during therapy. Cranberries can help during sulfonamide therapy because they prevent ___________ from attaching to the walls of the __________ ______________. Stevens-Johnson Syndrome: There is a risk for secondary infection: _________________________is a decrease in the platelet count. _________________________is a decrease in the number of white blood cells.
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2011 for the course PNR 182 taught by Professor Toole during the Spring '10 term at Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College.

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PNR 182 Anti-infecti - PNR 182 Pharmacology Anti-infectives Homework Chpts 6-10 R Toole/2010 Sulfonamides Used to treat mainly Pts need to increase

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