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Quiz 9 Study Guide1.Common types of bacterium causing pneumonia-related infections.2.First-line treatment for community acquired pneumonia infection; first-line pneumoniaoutpatient treatment for patient with comorbidities or who is immunosuppressed (both po andIM/IV); and first-line pneumonia outpatient treatment for a pregnant patient.3.First line UTI treatment for unremarkable teen aged patient and for a 4 year-old patient; IDpatients well-suited for a 3 day UTI treatment regime; patient education to prevent recurrenceof UTIs;4.How long does it take for outpatient pneumonia treatment to occur until patient feeling better?
7.Why is there a cross-sensitivity and cross-resistance between penicillins and cephalosporins?
9.What are fluoroquinolones reserved for treatment of and why?Also, what is a Black Boxwarning for this med?10.What GI condition is a patient at risk for while taking clindamycin for an infection?11.Why are tetracyclines contraindicated in children younger than 8 years? Also, minocycline foracne may cause what neurological condition?12.What do you need to screen for prior to valacyclovir to an elderly patient; and monitor for ifpatient on long-term antifungal therapy with ketoconazole.13.Patient education concerning anti-viral meds and also Flagyl.14.Upper respiratory treatment for 3 year-old; ID reasons for caution when prescribingdecongestants;15.Length of treatment and patient education for sinusitis;16.Appropriate reasons for waiting to treat an acute otitis media (OM) in a child; parental educationfor child treated for acute OM;17.First-line therapy for a patient with acute otitis externa.Week 9 Study NotesLaura Galvan Sat Aug 29 18:07:56 PDT 2015What is the most common pathogen for typical pneumonia?
- prescribing antibiotics for viral infections - doctor shopping purchasing drugs out of the country -placement in animal feed - prophylaxis for invasice procedures - using others prescriptions for selfdiagnosis and treatment - not taking or finishing the prescription as orderedLifestyle changes for pneumoniaAdequate hydration, rest, and cessation of smokingCephalosporins cross-sensitivity:cross-hypersensitivity with penicillins in 5-10%:

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Term
Fall
Professor
Christy McCall
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Tetracycline

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