Proton pump inhibitor bid and levofloxacin for 14 days 12 Treatment failure in

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Proton pump inhibitor bid and levofloxacin for 14 days ____ 12. Treatment failure in patients with peptic ulcer disease associated with H. pylori may be because of: 1. Antimicrobial resistance 2. An ineffective antacid 3. Overuse of proton pump inhibitors 4. All of the above ____ 13. If a patient with H. pylori- positive peptic ulcer disease fails first-line therapy, the second-line treatment is: 1. Proton pump inhibitor bid plus metronidazole plus tetracycline plus bismuth subsalicylate for 14 days 2. Test H. pylori for resistance to common treatment regimens 3. Proton pump inhibitor plus clarithromycin plus amoxicillin for 14 days 4. Proton pump inhibitor and levofloxacin for 14 days ____ 14. After H. pylori treatment is completed, the next step in peptic ulcer disease therapy is: 1. Testing for H. pylori eradication with a serum ELISA test 2. Endoscopy by a specialist 3. A proton pump inhibitor for 8 to 12 weeks until healing is complete 4. All of the above Chapter 47. Urinary Tract Infections ____ 1. The treatment goals when treating urinary tract infection (UTI) include: 1. Eradication of infecting organism 2. Relief of symptoms 3. Prevention of recurrence of the UTI 4. All of the above Copyright © 2016 F. A. Davis Company
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____ 2. Sally is a 16-year-old female with a urinary tract infection. She is healthy, afebrile, with no use of antibiotics in the previous 6 months and no drug allergies. An appropriate first-line antibiotic choice for her would be: 1. Azithromycin 2. Trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole 3. Ceftriaxone 4. Levofloxacin ____ 3. Jamie is a 24-year-old female with a urinary tract infection. She is healthy, afebrile, and her only drug allergy is sulfa, which gives her a rash. An appropriate first-line antibiotic choice for her would be: 1. Azithromycin 2. Trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole 3. Ceftriaxone 4. Ciprofloxacin ____ 4. Juanita is a 28-year-old pregnant woman at 38 weeks’ gestation who is diagnosed with a lower urinary tract infection (UTI). She is healthy with no drug allergies. Appropriate first-line therapy for her UTI would be: 1. Azithromycin 2. Trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole 3. Amoxicillin 4. Ciprofloxacin ____ 5. Which of the following patients may be treated with a 3-day course of therapy for their urinary tract infection? 1. Juanita, a 28-year-old pregnant woman 2. Sally, a 16-year-old healthy adolescent 3. Jamie, a 24-year-old female 4. Suzie, a 26-year-old diabetic ____ 6. Nicole is a 4-year-old female with a febrile urinary tract infection (UTI). She is generally healthy and has no drug allergies. Appropriate initial therapy for her UTI would be: 1. Azithromycin 2. Trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole 3. Ceftriaxone 4. Ciprofloxacin ____ 7. Monitoring for a healthy, nonpregnant adult patient being treated for a urinary tract infection is: 1. Symptom resolution in 48 hours 2. Follow-up urine culture at completion of therapy 3. “Test of cure” urinary analysis at completion of therapy 4. Follow-up urine culture 2 months after completion of therapy ____ 8.
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