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Freshman Microanatomy final continued

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Question Answer
T/F: Chlorine is stable once dilutedFalse (its not stable)
Triclosan is a phenolic compound that is used in dentrifices because....it has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties
Which is true of Chlorhexidine: bactericidal, disrupts membrane, etcAll of the above
T/F Amphoterecin B is used for oral candidiasisFalse
T/F Nystatin is used for oral candidiasisTrue
T/F Grisofulvin is used for oral candidiasisFalse
T/F Azole is used for oral candidiasisTrue
T/F Ketoconazole is a wide spectrum antifungal widely distributed including CNSFalse (does not go to CNS)
T/F Valcyclovir is a prodrug of acyclovir that inhibits DNA polymeraseTrue
T/F Indinavir inhibits protein synthesisfalse (its an integrase inhibitor)
T/F Zidovudine is a protease inhibitorFalse (NRTI)
T/F Cell wall antimicrobials are more active against Gram PositiveTrue??? (or broad spectrum?)
T/F Penicillin G is given orallyFalse (IV)
T/F The addition of procaine to penicillin increases long acting behavior and is used as a prophylaxis for rheumatic feverTrue
T/F Penicillinase resistant penicillins include methicillin and dicloxacillinTrue.
T/F its reasonably safe to give cephalosporin to patients that test positive for major determinant of penicillinTrue
T/F 4th generation cephalosporin has low resistance to B-lactamaseFalse (is most resistant of cephalosprin generations)
T/F Vancomycin has low bioavialbility because it can't be absorbed well orallyTrue
Which drugs have ototoxicity?Aminoglycosides, Macrolides, Vancomycin
which drugs have crystalluriaSulfonamides, Metronidazole, Acyclovir
T/F Sulfanamindes inhibit dihydrofolic acid from becoming tetrahydrofolic acidFalse... (inhibit PABA processing to Dihydrofolic acid)
T/F Azithromycin is more effective against strep and staph than erythromycinTrue
T/F Erythomycin decreases metabolism of co-administered drugsTrue (bc it is a microsomal enzyme inhibitor)
All of the following are side effects of aminoglycoside except: ototoxicity, nephrotoxicity, neuromuscular blockade and (something else)it's the something else... ones listed here are true
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Know all about the Antifungals Know the side effects for each antibiotic
Compare PNC and cephalosporin (especially side effects)
Macrolides: 50s Clindamycin: 50s Aminoglycoside: 30s Tetracycline: 30s