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Assignment 15, BBC

C. cereus vancomycin or clindamycin
borrelia burgdoferi doxycycline
campylobacter jejuni erythromycin
candida spp miconazole or skin/vagina; fluconazole for systemic infection
Chlamydia trachomatis doxycycline (azithromycin alt)
clostridium difficile metronidazole (alt vancomycin)
corynebacterium diphtheria erythromycin
gardnerella vaginalis matronidazole (alt tinidazole)
hemophilus ducreyi azithromycin
hemophilus influenza cefotaxime or ceftriaxone
mycoplasmia influenza azithromycin
neisseria gonorrheae ceftriaxone (add doxycyline to empirically tx for chlamydia
neisseria meningitidis penicillin G
bacillus anthracis penicillin (empiric cipro or levo or doxy + clindamycin or rifampin)
listeria monocytogenes ampicillin
pasteurella multocida penicillin family drugs
samonella typhi ceftriaxone or any quinolone
shigella species azithromycin or any quinolone (alt TMP-SMX + ampicillin)
treponema pallidum penicillin G
trichomonas vaginalis metronidazole (alt tinidazole)
staphylococcus aureus oxacillin or nafcillin; dicloxacillin if on skin; if MRSA - vancomycin
streptococcus pyogenes penicillin G or V
genital warts podophyllin resin OR cryotheraphy OR trichloroacetic acid
group B strep prophylaxis for pregnant females penicillin G during labor
staph saprophyticus any cephalosporin or ampicillin-clavulanic acid
strep pneumoniae penicllin G
vibrio cholerae doxycycline or any fluroquinolone
giardia lamblia tinidazole OR nitazoxanide (alt metronidazole)
entamoeba histolytica metronidazole OR tinidazole
ascaris lumbricoides albendazole OR mebendazole
enterobius vermicularis mebendazole
mecator americanus albendazole OR mebendazole
trichinella spiralis albendazole + prednisone
schistosoma spp praziquantel
diphyllobothrium latum praziquantel
adenovirus cidovir + probenecid
influenza A zanamivir
influenza B and avian (H5N1) oseltamivir OR zanamivir
H1N1 oseltamivir
measles vitamin A (kids) OR ribavirin (adults)
smallpox smallpox vaccine (w/in 4 days of exposure) + cidofovir
Created by: rprudnick



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