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Pharmacology

ANTI INFECTIVE AGENTS Antiprotozoal & Antihelmintics

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Antimalarial therapy based on life cycle of _____ protozoa.
First objective of Antimalarial therapy is _____ (1) treat acute attack,
Second objective of Antimalarial therapy is ______ (2) prevent relapse,
Third objective of Antimalarial therapy is ______ (3) prophylaxis.
Amebicides & trichomonacides are used for _____ used for amebiasis, giardiasis, & trichomoniasis
amebiasis, giardiasis, & trichomoniasis are the most common ____ infections in ____. most common protozoal infections in USA.
Antimalarial therapy based on life cycle of _____ protozoa.
First objective of Antimalarial therapy is _____ (1) treat acute attack,
Second objective of Antimalarial therapy is ______ (2) prevent relapse,
Third objective of Antimalarial therapy is ______ (3) prophylaxis.
Amebicides & trichomonacides are used for _____ used for amebiasis, giardiasis, & trichomoniasis
amebiasis, giardiasis, & trichomoniasis are the most common ____ infections in ____. most common protozoal infections in USA.
Cloroquine is a drug to treat ______ Malaria
Cloroquine suppress _____ symptoms and terminates ______ attack of both types of infection. Malaria symptoms & acute malarial
Where is Cloroquine metabolized LIver
What are the adverse effects of Cloroquine? . Visual disturbances, headache, skin rash and GI distress
Primaquine is a drug to treat _____? Malaria
Primaquine is used to curative for_____ & to prevent _____in exposed clients relapses & malaria
Primaquine may cause ____ and ____ hemolytic anemia & skin rash
Metronidazole/flagyl is drug example in the _____ & _______. Ambecides & trichomonacides
Metronidazole/flagyl is administered to treat _______ & systemic _____. doc for symptomatic intestinal & systemic amebiasis
Metronidazole/flagyl is effect against_____ in males & females, and _____. trichomoniasis & giardiasis.
You should avoid drinking _____ when taking Metronidazole/flagyl. Alcohol
Pentamidine is drug used primary to treat _____ Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia.
The ____ treatment of Pentamidine is used for ______. Aerosol treatments for prophylaxis
When administering Pentamidine there are Adverse reactions with_______route which is route for ___isease control. IV & Acute disease
Antihelmintics treat _____ roundworms
Roundworms may infest _____ lumen or inhabit _____ intestinal lumen or tissues
How are tapeworms acquired? By eating undercooked beef,pork or fish
Flukes are ingested from _________ or snails. infected organ meats
Mebendazole has a ____ spectrum Broad
Mebendazole is used _____ to treat intestinal ______. broad-spectrum; intestinal helmiths.
Fatty foods favor______. absorption.
There are ____ toxic reactions for Mebendazol. few
____ infections may occur when taking Mebendazol. Superinfections
When administering Mebendazole you should assess _____ Stooling
What are the Care Implications for protozoal & helminthic infestations? Treatment of entire family Not recommendedfor use during pregnancy. Preventative malaria actions. Assessment of affective tissue
Created by: jwhite223