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tetracyclines
oral, topical
inhibit RNA to mRNA
AE: teeth discolored, photosensitive
CI: pregnant/breast feeding
-empty stomach
-with short and intermediate acting agents
*space 2 hrs from Ca, Fe, and Mg foods (diary, laxatives, antacids...)
doxycycline
r/t tetracycline
lyme disease
longer life, better absorbed
Macrolide antibiotics
erthromycin, Z Pack
G+, pastroparesis
IV, oral, topical
*SAFE w/ PCN allergy
AE: p. colitis, cholestatic hepatitis, prolonged QT
Lincosamides
(clindamycin)
aerobic G+ cocci or anerobic G+/G- OUT of CNS
AE: p. colitis
*teach: contraceptive Ix, diarrhea
Chloramphenicol
broad spec
AE: bone marrow tox, optic neuritis, periph. neur.
*gray-baby syndrome
oxazolidinones
(linezolid)
for MRSA & VRE - need ID approval

blocks early stg so resistance cant form easy.

AE: bone marrow supp, p. colitis
Ix: MAOI, sympathmimetics
hyperTN crisis: SSRIs, meperidine
streptogramins
(-pristins)
VRE - ID approval req'd
caution w/ liver pts (water LFTs)
X saline or heparin - flush w/ d5w!!!
bacteriostatic drugs
tetracyclines
macrolides
licosamides
chloramphenicol
oxazolidinones
streptogramins