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phytonadione
encourage clotting
penicillin-G
septicemia, meningitis, heart, pneumonia
nafcillin
staphylococci that make penicillinase
oxacillin
bacteria that make penicillinase
mezlocillin
respiratory, urinary, skin, GI, esp. anaerobes
piperacillin
respiratory, urinary, skin, GI, esp. Pseudomonas
ticarcillin
GI aerobes, aerobe-anaerobe mix
piperacillin + tazobactam
appendicitis, cellulitis, gynecological, CAP
ticarcillin + clavulanate
respiratory, urinary, skin, bone, joint, gynecological, intra-abdominal, septicemia
ofloxacin
respiratory, urethra, skin, bone, joint
tobramycin
G-, UTI, burns
minocycline
GI, urethra, pneumonia, Lyme disease
vancomycin
CNS infections, MRSA
trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole
UTI, bronchitis, otitis media, Pneumocystis carinii
metronidazole
anaerobic, giardiasis, abscesses
metoclopramide
diabetic gastroparesis, GERD, prevent chemo-induced N&V
milrinone
short-term treatment of heart failure
phytonadione
encourage clotting