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chloroquine
main drug for malaria
suramin
for tryp. b.
pafuramadine
for early stage tryp b.
amohtericin B
all fungi, leishmaniisis,
mebendazole
drug for hookworms, pinworms, nematodes
praziquantel
flatworms
metronidazole
geriardiasis
entamoeba
C. difficile superinfection
malarone
for malaria, before exposure
primaquine
for malaria, after exposure
stibogluconate
Leishmaniasis
fomivirisen
herpes, antisense olgionucleotide for eye infection
sulfonamide/trimethoprim
toxoplasma
probenicid
increases t 1/2 of antibiotics
oxacillin (3)
staph, osteomyelitis, endocarditis
levofloxacin
quinolone for gram +(strep pneum)
moxifloxacin
quinolone for anaerobe gram +(strep pneum)
Tigecyclin (excep)
pseudonomas
clindamycin
g+,anaerobic g-, bacteroides, lung absecces
daptomycin
resistant g+ infection of skin
telithromycin
for macrolide resistant S. pneumonia