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septicemia
any one (cephalosporin, penicillin, vancomycin, carbapenem) plus an aminoglycoside… tri tax zox fep … piperacillin/tazobactam, ticaricillin / clavulunate, carbapenem … or streptogramin / linezolid … carbapenem
syphilis
penicillin G or tetracycline for backup b/c it covers spirochetes
hospital pneumonia
G3 G4 cephalosporin plus clindamycin …… or …… ticarcillin / clavulunate , piperacillin / tazobactam plus fluoroquinolone or aminoglycoside ….. Or …… carbapenem
meningitis
tax tri plus vancomycin or rifampin …… or …… taz plus aminoglycoside for pseudomonas …. Or …… ampicillin plus aminoglycoside for listeria
otitis media
amoxocillin … if unresolved then fur or add clavulunate
gonorrhea
tri, fix, pod, or fluoroquinolones PLUS azithromycin or doxycycline
acute UTI
fluoroquinolone OR amoxicillin / clavulunate OR 2nd choice is TMX
chronic UTI
ampicillin plus aminoglycoside OR amoxicillin / clavulunate OR G3 ceph OR fluoroquinolone
methenamine
prophylaxis for recurrent urinary, want lower pH
nitrofurantion
prophylaxis for recurrent urinary, want lower pH, less effective than methenamine