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Unformatted text preview: UTI Norfloxacin Enoxacin Systemic Infections-Floxacin Gm+ (good staph, moderate strep) Gm-Excellent activity against shigella and salmonella Bactericidal Macrolides Erythromycin (bad on gut) Clarithromycin (BEST for AIDS and H. Pylori) Azithromycin Gm+ Gm-Genital pathogens (broad spectrum: Bacteriostatic, bacteriocidal at high doses (conc dependent: low con=inhibitory (best for mycoplasma pneumonia) *all for legionella part of rape kit to prevent STD) and high con= lethal) s-cycline Gm+ Gm-Bacteriostatic Misc. Agents Metronidazole Gram + Gram – (anaerobes) None listed Bactericidal Clindamycin Gram + Gram-(aerobes and anaerobes) Protozoa: toxoplasma and plasmodium B. fragilis Acne vulgaris Toxoplasmosis Bacteriostatic SMX-TMP Gram + Gram – (aerobic) Chlamydia Protoza UTI URI/LRI Salmonella, shigella Travelers diarrhea Bactericidal...
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2012 for the course PHR 338 taught by Professor Karboski during the Fall '09 term at University of Texas.
- Fall '09