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what drugs do not cross the BBB?
CEPHALOSPORINS ( 1& 2nd gen)

CLINDAMYCIN
what drug is commonly used with sulfonamides
Trimethoprim
What are pencillinase-resistant pencillins used for ?
S.aureus
The prophalaxis for syphilis?
Benzathine penicillin G
The Mechanism of action sof penicillin is
Inhibits the cellwall snthesis

- bactericidal
anti-pseudomonal penicillins are
CPT=carbenicillin,piperacillin,Ticarcillin.
The rifampin acts by
inhibiting the DNA dependent RNA polymerase
The vancomycin causes the following toxicities
Nephrotoxicity,Ototoxicity,
thrombo-plebitis and
red man/neck syndrome.
prophalaxis for recurrent urinary tract infections is
Trimepthoprim and Sulfamethoxazole.
The clindamycin is used to treat the
anerobes above the diaphram
Aminoglycosides are not effective on
anerobes
/genatamycin,neomycin,amikacin and streptomycin.
Nephrotoxicity,ototoxicity and teratogen.
The mechanism of action of

Floroquinolones is
Inhibit DNA gyrase ( tropoisomerase II )

Bactericidal
The elimination pathways of tetracycline is and that of doxycycline is
Tetracycline is - Renal
Doxycycline is - hepatic
What are macrolides -
ACE - code word

Azithromycin,clarithromycin and Erthromycin
The mechanism of action of clindamycin is
Bacteriosttaic and it blocks peptide bond formation at the 50 s ribosomal unit.