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True or False? Aminoglycosides are given orally. False-poor intestinal absorption
Gentamicin, kanamycin, neomycin, streptomycin, tobramycin are all ___ ____. Natural Aminoglycosides
Amikacin and Netilmicin are ____ ____. Semisynthetic Aminoglycosides
What are the three commonly used Aminoglycosides? Gentamicin, Tobramycin, and Amikacin
Sides effects of Aminoglycosides include ____ and ______. nephrotoxicity and ototoxicity
The lowest concentration of a drug needed to kill a certain standard amount of bacteria? Minimum Inhibitory concentration
You give Aminoglycosides in once-daily dosing because of ____ _____ _____. Concentration dependent kill
With Aminoglycosides, troughs above ___ are associated with ototoxicity and nephrotoxicity 2 mcg/ml
What should a nurse be sure to measure after administering Aminoglycosides? Peak and Trough
ototoxicity damages what cranial nerve? eighth
Nurses should monitor what lab values for adverse effect of Aminoglycosides? BUN and Serum Creatine Levels
Aminoglycosides bind to what and prevents what? ribosomes and protein synthesis
Babies born with poop on them usually recieve what two antibiotics? Gentamicin and Ampicillin
What are the peak levels for Aminoglycosides? 4-10mcg/ml
What are the trough levels for Aminoglycosides? 1-2mcg/ml
Patient comes in with symptoms of tinnitus, n/v, dizziness, and rashes. He has just informed you he has been taking some antibiotic. which is likely an? aminoglycoside
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