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Anti-Infectant Drugs

Med Review

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Allows the body's natural defense mechanisms to have time to destroy the microorganisms by inhibiting bacterial growth. Bacteriostatic
Kills the microorganisms. Bactericidal
Substance that kills or inhibits replication. Antibacterials
Auxillary label for Antibacterials. Photosensitivity
Concentrated in the urine and are used for urinary tract infections. Urinary Anti-infectives
Chemo-Theraputic agents used to inhibit or kill bacteria. Antibiotics
Effective alternatives for treating staphylococcal and streptococcal infections; and therefore are alternative for skin and soft tissue infections. Cephalosporins
Gram-Negative organism. Bacteria
Have many drug interactions-antacids decrease the absorption and should be given 2-4 hours apart. Quinolones
A particular type of antibiotic used to treat, and sometimes prevent, a wide variety of bacterial infections. Macrolides
Blood stream spectrum macrolides antibiotics derives from the Azithromycin. Ketolide
Antibiotic not made anymore. Tetracyclines
New class of antibiotics derived from tetracyclines; overcome resistance bacteria. Glycylcyclines
My brand name is Sulamyd; what is my generic? Sulfacetamide
My brand name is Gantanol; what is my generic? Sulfamethoxazole
My brand name is VoSol; what is my generic? Acetic Acid
My brand name is Betadine; what is my generic? (iodine) Providone
My brand name is pHisoHex (face wash); what is my generic? Hexachlorophen
My brand name is Macrodantin, Macrobid; what is my generic? Nirofurantoin
My brand name is Noroxin; what is my generic? Norfloxacin
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