omed rx list

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  1. Herpes Labialis Prevention
    • PreSun Lip Gel (OTC)
    • Disp 15oz
    • Sig apply to susceptible area 1hr before sun exposure then every hour thereafter
  2. Topical Anti-Fungal Therapies Intermediates:
    • Nystatin oral suspension 100,000 U/mL
    • Disp 60mL
    • Sig 2mL swish for 2 minutes and expectorate quid (swallow if oropharynx involved)
    • Nystatin Pastilles 200,000 U
    • Disp 70 pastilles
    • Sig dissolve 1 pastille in the mouth 5x per day
    • Nystatin vaginal suppositories 100,000 U
    • Disp 40
    • Sig dissolve 1 pastille in the mouth quid
    • Nystatin cream (for denture candidiasis)
    • Disp 15g tube
    • Sig apply a thin coat to inner surface of denture and affected area after meals
  3. Topical Anti-Fungal Therapies Potent
    • Mycelex troches 10mg
    • Disp 70 troches
    • Sig dissolve 1 troche in mouth 5x per day
    • Ovig 50mg B tablets
    • Disp 14 tablets
    • Sig place one tablet in upper gum region (canine fossa) once per day for 14 consecutive days
  4. Combination Antifungal Topical Therapies
    • Mycolog II ointment
    • Disp 15g tube
    • Sig Apply to the corners of the mouth after meals and at bed time
    • Lotrisone cream
    • Disp 15g
    • Sig Apply to the corners of the mouth after meals and at bed time
  5. Systemic Antifungal Therapy
    • Nizoral tablets 200mg
    • Disp 14 tabs
    • Sig Take 1 tab daily w/meal. Do not take with buffered meds or gastric acid blockers
    • Diflucan tablets 100mg
    • Disp 15 tabs
    • Sig 2 tabs to start, then 1 tab daily until finished
    • Itraconazole oral solution 10mg/mL
    • Disp 100mL
    • Sig 1 tsp swish and swallow bid (Warning: Itraconazole is a strong inhibitor of the cytochrome P450 enzyme system)
  6. combination tx
    • Bacteriostatic + bacteriostatic: additive effect (1+1=2)
    • Bacteriostatic + bacteriocidal: antagonism (1+1<1)
    • Bacteriocidal + bacteriocidal: synergism (1+1>2)
  7. Odontogenic infections involve:
    mix of g+, g-, facultative anaerobes
  8. Strict anaerobes are found in:
    • ~ 60% of pulp necrosis (non-intact teeth)
    • ~ 90% of pulp necrosis (intact teeth)
  9. Periodontal pocket involves
    g+ and g- organisms; g- anaerobes (Porphyromonas & Bacteroides) predominate as pockets deepen
  10. osteomyelitis bacteria
    Staph. aureus and epidermis
  11. Acute salivary infections
    S. aureus or any commensal organism
  12. Oral malodor
    mix of superficial anaerobic infections
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