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Red Man Syndrome
Vancomycin - looks like an allergic Rxn, but not a true allergy. Avoided by slowing infusion time
Serotonin Syndrome
Linezolid - occurs in pts taking SSRI's because Linezolid acts as a monoamine oxidas inhibitor. Symp: fever, agitation, mental status changes, tremors, hyper->hypotension
CPK elevations
Daptomycin
Biliary Sludging
Ceftriaxone
Hypothrombinemia and Disulfiram-like Reactions
Cephalosporins with methyltiotetrazole group.
Seizures
Imipenem
Nephrotoxicity
***Aminoglycosides***
Amphotercin B, Acyclovir, Cidofovir
CYP 450 Inhibitors
Macrolides (Erythromycin, Clarithromycin, Telithromycin, Azithromycin)

Azoles (Voriconazole, Itraconazole
Liver failure
Telithromycin
C.difficile
Almost all Abx, but especially Nitro-imidazoles,
Gray Baby Syndrome
Chloramephenicol
Liver Enzymes
Azoles, Amphotercin,Griseofulvin
Aplastic anemia
Chloramephenicol
Discolored Teeth

Discolored Urine
Tetracyclines

Nitro-imidazoles
Esophageal Irritation/Erosion
Tetracyclines
Bind to di/tri valent cations
Tetracycline, Quinolones (divalent only)