J uti in a pregnant woman 1 amoxicillin clavulanate

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j.UTI in a pregnant woman 1.Amoxicillin-clavulanate 500mg every 8 hours for 7 days2.Amoxicillin3.Cephalexin
3.Which antibiotic(s) is associated with each of the following adverse effects or contraindications: a.Achilles tendon rupture
b.Antibiotic-associated biliary pseudolithiasis 1.Ceftriaxone 1.Unique to ceftriaxone, due to biliary excretion, which results in high concentrations of the drug in the gallbladder bile 2.If concentration of drug gets too high, the solubility limits may be exceeded, resulting in the formation of fine, granular precipitate (ceftriaxone-calcium complex) c.Cephalosporin that can cause bleeding tendencies 1.Cefmetazole 2.Cefoperazole 3.Cefotetan d.Cephalosporin that can induce a state of alcohol intolerance (similar to disulfiram effect) 1.Cefmetazole 2.Cefaperazone 3.Cefotetan e.Disulfiram-like reaction± Cefotetanf.Hemolytic anemia (and in what patient population) 1.Sulfonamides± Sulfamethoxazole 2.African Americans and people of Mediterranean origin g.Red man syndrome± VancomycinContraindicated in patients with phenylketonuria Linezolid 1.Understand the differences in the spectrum of activity between the different generations of cephalosporins. As you progress from 1st generation to 5th generation, there is:
h.Which antibiotics on the drug list do not require dose adjustment in situations of reduced renal function?
4.Which antibiotic requires monitoring of hepatic enzymes in patients over 35 years of age?
5.Why is Imipenem combined with cilastatin?

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