Top 200 (2014-2015)

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Top 200 (2014-2015)
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  1. amoxicillin
    • Brand Name(s): Amoxil; Trimox
    • Class: Penicillin antibiotic
    • Dose: 250-500 mg q8h or 875 mg q12
    • Renally dosed (moderate/severe impairment)
  2. amoxicillin/clavulnate
    • Brand Name(s): Augmentin
    • Class: Penicillin antibiotic
    • Dose: 250-500 mg TID or 875 mg BID
    • Contraindications: patients on dialysis or with severe renal impairment (ER products); history of cholestatic jaundice or hepatic dysfunction with previous use
    • Hepatic dose adjustment (should be considered in severe impairment); Renal dose adjustment (moderate/severe impairment; avoid ER products with severe impairment)
  3. ampicillin/sulbactam
    • Brand Name: Unasyn
    • Class: Penicillin antibiotic
    • Dose IM/IV: 1-2 g ampicillin (1.5-3 g Unasyn) q6h
    • Renal adjustment (CrCl < 29 mL/min)
  4. azithromycin
    • Brand Name: ¬†Zithromax
    • Class: ¬†Macrolide antibiotic
    • Dose (PO/IV): ¬†500 mg on day 1 followed by 250 mg daily for four days (CAP/SSTI/pertussis); 1 g as a single dose (gonococcal infection)
  5. cefazolin
    • Brand Name: Ancef
    • Class: 1st generation cephalosporin
    • Dose (IV): 250 mg-2 g q6-12h (12 g/d)
    • Renal dose adjustment (CrCl < 55 mL/min)

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