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What is the DOC for staphylococcal blepharitis or external hordeolum?
What is the DOC for meibomianitis and acne rosacea?
Tetracycline or doxycycline
What is the DOC for internal hordeolum?
Dicloxacillin or cephalexin
What are the drugs used for acute mucopurulent conjunctivitis?
What is the DOC for adult gonococcal conjunctivitis?
Ceftriaxone 1gm IM
What is the DOC for neonate gonococcal conjunctivitis?
Ceftriaxone 25-50 mg/kg IV or IM
What is the DOC for adult chlamydial conjunctivitis?
Doxycycline 100 mg PO bid, or azithromycin 1gm
What is the DOC for neonate chlamydial conjunctivitis and dacryocystitis?
What is the DOC for acute mild dacryocystitis and mild preseptal cellulitis?
Amoxicillin/clavulanate or cefaclor
What is the DOC doe mod/severe dacryocystitis?
What is the DOC for mode/severe preseptal cellulitis?
- Cefuroxime 1g IV
- Ampicillin/sulbactam IV
What is the DOC for orbital cellulitis?
Nafcillin IV and ceftriaxone IV or ampicillin/sulbactam IV
What is the DOC for small keratitis?
Ciprofloxacin or ofloxacin
What is the DOC for a large keratitis?
Fortified cefazolin and fortified tobramycin on alternating scale
What is the DOC for intravitreal endophthalmitis?
Vancomycin and either amaikacin or ceftazidime
What is the protein synthesis blocker acronym?
- Buy AT 30 CEL at 50
Which is to be taken w/o food 30s or 50s?
- PAT an empty stomach
What aminoglycosides are there?
What spectrum do aminoglycosides cover?
Broad spectrum, with strength being in gram (-)
What is gentamycin used for?
- Reserved for severe infections
- Infected burns
What 30s are bacteriostatic?
What 30s are bactericidal?
What are tetracyclines used for?
- Lyme disease
What is minocycline for?
Long-term management of acne
What 50s protein synthesis inhibitors are there
- Lincomycin, clindamycin
What 50s drug causes irreversible aplastic anemia?
What 50s drug can cause grey baby syndrome and optic neuritis?
What drugs are reserved for MERSA and anaerobic infections above diaphragm?
What is the MOA of fluoroquinolones?
Inhibit DNA gyrase and topoisomerase IV
What are adverse effects of fluoroquinolones?
quinoLONES hurt attachments to BONES (tendinitis)
can you use fluoroquinolones in pregnancy?
What fluoroquinolone is 1st generation?
Ciprofloxacin (least gram negative coverage)
What fluoroquinolone is 2nd generation
What fluoroquinolone is 3rd generation
What fluoroquinolones are 4th generation?
What fluoroquinolone is 5th generation
Besifloxacin (most gram negative coverage)
What is the MOA of bacitracin and vancomycin?
Inhibits peptidoglycan synthesis for cell wall prevention
What type of spectrum is bacitracin?
Excellent very narrow gram +
What ingredients are in polysporin?
Bacitracin (+) and polymyxin B (-)
What ingredients are in neosporin?
Polysporin and neomycin (broad bacterial and fungal mgmt)
What is bacitracin rxed for?
What is vancomycin used for?
- Reserved for very serious infections:
- MRSA and endophthalmitis
What are side effects of vancomycin?
- Red man's syndrome
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