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CH 22 Review Questions

? is not a general metabolic or structural target for antimicrobial drugs Lipid synthesis inhibition
? is not a common characteristic used in the selection of an antimicrobial drug penetration of the blood brain barrier
The term "bacteriostatic" means that bacteria no longer can multiply
when two antibiotics are given together to increase the therapeutic effect the phenomenon is referred to as synergism
? is not a mechanism of resistance used by microbes change in ribosome composition
? is a synthetic antimictobial drug Quinolone
Cephalosporins have ? generations of developed agents 4
? is effective against mycobacteria Rifampin
? is an antiviral agent Amantadine
? is effective against Candida albicans Echinocandins
Prevent microbes from growing Bacteriostatic
Antimicrobial drugs that kill microorganisms are Bactericidal
? of a drug is its ability to cross biological barriers Efficacy
Natural products that have been chemically modified in the lab to improve effectiveness Semisynthetic
E. coli UTI
Staphylococcus aureus TSS
Streptococcus pyogenes Strep throat, rheumatic fever
Streptococcus pneumonia Pneumonia
Bacillus Anthrax
Clostridium Tetanus, gas gangrene
Corynebacterium Diphtheria
Mycobacterium TB
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