Pharm test 4

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Pharm test 4
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  1. An antiviral mechanism of action. Bacterocidal
    Kills bacteria
  2. antiviral mechanism of action. Bacteriostatic
    Slows the growth of bacteria
  3. Anti-infective drugs are classified by their...
    • usceptible organisms, chemical structures, and
    • mechanisms of action
  4. Resistant to most certain antibiotics.
    60% these infection resistant to penicillen
    Most often acquired in a hospital
    infection occurs in pt's with weakened immune systems
    Therapy options are limited
    MRSA
  5. Found in wounds/pressure ulcers in hospitals and nursing homes
    Pt's with weakened immune systems most at risk
    95% of these srains are E faecium
    vancomcin only antiobiotic effective
    VRE
  6. occur when antibiotic kill's host's normal flora.
    additional sace becomes available for pathogens to grow
    Superinfections

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