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Antibiotics, Antivirals,antifungals, Misc.meds. IV's.HIV/AIDS.

Bacteria that stain pink on a gram staining are? gram negative
Bacteria that stain violet on a gram staining are? gram positive
Antibiotics effective against a variety of different types of bacteria are called? broad spectrum antibiotics
Sulfonamide antibiotics were the first chemical substances systematically used to treat and prevent? bacterial infections in humans.
Sulfonamide antibiotics are commonly referred to as? sulfa drugs.
Sulfonamide antibiotics are concentrated in the urine before excretion and are commonly prescribed to treat ? UTI's
Staphylococcus aureus is a type of bacteria commonly found on the ? Skin or in the nose.
In healthy individuals, staphylococcus aureus usually causes : no problems or results in relatively minor skin infections.
An infection caused by staphylococcus aureus is commonly treated with: Penicillin antibiotics.
Penicillin resistant bacteria produce and antagonistic enzyme against penicillin called? penicillinase
MRSA Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus.
Created by: jse1013