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12.What is the usual regimen or antibiotic in treating the following bacteria?
13.How are vancomycin resistant Enterococci treated? 14.What are the advantages and disadvantages of using Amphotericin B for the treatment of serious fungal infections? 15.Name 2 agents used for the treatment of the Mycobacteria? Why are multiple drug regimens recommended? 16.If a bacteriostatic agent only inhibits the bacteria and does not kill it, what good is it? 17.Listed below are 3 antibiotics that have been used for treatment of N. gonorrhoeae.Which antibiotic is recommended and why?
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Fenn/Buxton/Durrant Depart. of Pathology Rev. Sp 2015 18.Name two drugs used for the treatment of anaerobes. 19.Define MIC as it relates to testing antibiotic susceptibility. 20.What is the interpretation of “S”,“I”,and “R” for disk agar diffusion? 21.What is the relationship between two antibiotics if they are said to be synergistic? What if they are antagonistic what does that mean?

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