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Antibotics Questions

Which of the antibiotic classes are also known as "comepetitive anatagonist"? Sulfonamides
What is the actual name for Septra(SXT)? Sulfamethoxazole Trimethoprim
These class of drugs have to be monitored for nephrotoxicity and ototoxicity? Aminoglycosides
This class of drugs inhibits DNA synthesis? Nalidixic Acid, Rifampin, and Quinolones
The combined action is significantly greater than the sum of both effects explains what? Synergism
___________________ is used for treament of amoebic dysentery and trichomoniasis and who shouldn't this drug be given to? Metronidazole and pregnant women
What effect could Tetracycline have on pregnant women and children? Teeth discoloration
What drugs are given by IV and IM? Aminoglycosides
___________ blocks biochemical pathways or may interfere with cellular structures eventually leading to bacterial death. Antibiotics
What are the 5 main ways bacteria become resistance to antibiotics? Produces enzymes, cell wall becomes impermeable, mutation, efflux pump, and acquisition of genes encoding an alternate bacteria pathway
Created by: jr1989