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Staph aureus (5)
- penicillin (usually resistant)
- semi-synthetic penicillin
- vancomycin
- daptomycin
- linezolid
Group A strep (2)
- penicillin
- 1st gen. cephalosporin
Strep pneumoniae (4)
- penicillin
- 3rd gen. cephalosporin
- vancomycin
- 3rd gen. quinolone
Group B strep (1)
- penicillin or ampicillin
Enterobacteriaceae (5)
(E. coli, Klebs)
- 3rd gen. cephalosporin
- quinolone
- aminoglycoside
- carbapenem
- aztreonam
Pseudomonas aeruginosa (5)
- penicillin
- quinolone
- aminoglycoside
- carbapenem
- 3rd gen. cephalosporin
Rickettsia/Ehrlichia/Borrelia (1)
- tetracyclin
Gonorrhea (3)
- penicillin (usually resistant)
- 3rd gen. cephalosporin
- quinolone
Syphilis (2)
- penicillin
- tetracyclin (possibly)
Chlamydia trachomatis (2)
- macrolide
- tetracyclin
Atypical pneumonias (2)
(mycoplasma, legionella, chlamydia, bordetella)
- macrolide/azalide
- quinolone
VRE or VRSA (3)
- linezolid
- streptogramin
- daptomycin
Anaerobes (5)
(Clostridium, Bacteroides)
- metronidazole
- 2nd gen. cephalosporin
- vancomycin (C. difficile)
- carbapenem
- penicillin w/ penicillinase inhibitor
Enterococcus (2)
- penicillin or ampicillin
- vancomycin
- in endocarditis add aminoglycoside